When “Fit Mom” Maria Kang came on Megyn Kelly Today on Thursday morning, she was ostensibly there to share her kinder, gentler approach to motivating others to reach their fitness goals. Megyn Kelly is facing criticism for a comment she made during Thursday’s episode of Megyn Kelly Today. “You should parlay the shaming thing into a professional business, because some of us want to be shamed,” Kelly said.
“We are exactly what each other wants, and guess what, our bodies are a part of that. It's not abnormal or a fetish."
She posed the same way as the supermodel, wearing nothing but booties, and captioned the post: “I was just wondering how a Model My Size would look on this.”
Model Ruby Vizcarra has albinism and helps others in her community love and understand the condition.
Sarah Moffat has been blogging about fashion and beauty for years, and she had surrounded herself with a supportive, body-positive community online. But when she went to plan her wedding this summer, she came face to face with the negative, fat-shaming attitude she’d worked so hard to eliminate from her life since she was a teenager.
"I wanted to show that you can still be a healthy, happy person even if you are plus-size or may have a little extra fat or curves on you. It's not something to be ashamed of or hide."
"I can remember the exact emotion that I felt at that certain time and I just remember being really unhappy and miserable."
Plus-size model and Instagram influencer Denise Mercedes, who has endured body shaming on social media, shares one simple notion to remind people why it's none of their business: because it's my body.