"I realized I'm giving up my power to each of these guys and I'm letting them control me."
"I stayed silent for a long time, hoping the pain would just go away, but it never did."
"I want both men and women to know that there is so much beauty in the mess. There is so much joy in the journey."
"Embracing a part of yourself you've been taught to hate isn't easy. It doesn't happen overnight."
The 49-year-old star flaunted her age-defying figure in a barely-there cape in the latest issue of InStyle.
The actress and singer posed in an emerald green Valentino Haute Couture cape for "InStyle" magazine's December cover, exposing the entire side of her body.
"Sports Illustrated" model Kate Wasley says you shouldn’t believe everything you see on Instagram.
Lyndi Cohen is a woman on a mission. In a bid to better understand the public’s perception of “normal,” Cohen said she was disheartened to see that every altered image made her slimmer. Cohen, who is an Australian size 10 (a US/Canada 6) shared her before and after photos to Instagram, urging others to embrace health over a Photoshopped version of perfection.
“Place confidence in things you earn, not in things you didn’t,” says Chastity Garner Valentine, co-founder of theCURVYcon.
Plus-size model Tess Holiday appears on the latest issue of Cosmopolitan U.K. and has a lot to say.
Australian sisters Alyna and Jes Rost are on a mission to show women that regardless of size, being healthy is always beautiful.
theCurvyCon 2018, to be live-streamed on Yahoo Lifestyle, will offer new features at its three-day celebration of plus-size diversity and fashion.
"Self-love is a journey, full of ups and downs...Your body is good. Your body is beautiful. Now you just have to start believing it."
Philadelphia photographer Cheyenne Gil is reminding women they don’t need to be 'skinnier, smaller, and shorter' than their partners to be loved.
Model Alessandra Garcia — who happens to be actor Andy Garcia’s daughter — had the perfect response to an Instagram user who named-called her.
McGrady is on a mission to change perceptions of what it means to be beautiful.
"I want to show my fans, and also myself, that's OK. To hide that would feel very inauthentic."