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Philadelphia photographer Cheyenne Gil is reminding women they don’t need to be 'skinnier, smaller, and shorter' than their partners to be loved.
The travel blogging world is dominated by short, size-ten women. But it’s not just women who fit into a Zara size small that are going on Instagram-worthy journeys around the world – far from it. Which is why stylist and body positive campaigner Annette Richmond has set up an Instagram account to show the world fat travellers not only exist, but are going on some of the most incredible trips of all. And to date, more than 900 women are members of Fat Girls Traveling (sic). “A self-proclaimed Fat Girl, I’m a staunch supporter of the Body Positive Movement,” Richmond writes on her blog From Annette With Love . “Traveling is my newest obsession. I’ve visited 14 countries in the last two years. “I’ve always wanted to see the world and until recently, I didn’t think that was possible. In October of 2017, I will be embarking on the adventure of a lifetime! I’ll be traveling through Asia for a year studying culture, fashion, and beauty. “I am a voice for Fat Travelers.” Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: This major plus-size calendar is what women have been waiting for Plus-size woman turned into a body-shaming meme fights back This 1 woman inspired hundreds to wear clothing they have ‘no business wearing’
To illustrate how natural it is to nurse outside, Arizona photographer Alicia Atkins recruited 27 mothers for a shoot against the backdrop of a desert sunset.
The 70-year-old man and his 67-year-old love became Instagram stars, still have plenty of passion, and are now husband and wife.
For the engagement, the photographer Photoshopped "I" on Brittney's boot, "Do" on Kody's, and "N'T" on Mitch's.
This groom posed for a hilariously sexy photo shoot for his bride-to-be. In the spirit of equal opportunity sexual objectification, dudeoir photo shoots have been around for a few years now. “One of the foundations for my relationship with my fiancee (now wife) is I’m a jokester, and I just make jokes all the time,” Dedic tells Yahoo Style.
A photo from a project highlighting the beauty of black skin is rubbing some people the wrong way on social media. The image in question from One, a series by Isaac West featuring stunning models in colorful underwear set behind brightly colored backdrops, places the most light-skinned woman front and center. In response, West, a student and fashion designer in Minnesota, says to Yahoo Beauty that “as black people, we have something very unique about us — our skin tone.
Rather than just complaining about the lack of diversity, Canadian photographer Julia Busato decided to do something. In an incredibly powerful photo series, she captured a variety of women posing naked with a mannequin.
Kate T. Parker is the proud mother of two “loud, silly, fearless” girls. Parker’s new photo series, Strong Is the New Pretty, began as a way to document her young daughters — but when a universal concept emerged, the project grew into something much more.
Photographer and plus-size model Silvana Denker is back with a new body-positive series. The series featured nude women covered from head to toe in gold and silver body paint, posing for portraits against a black background — a powerful statement to embrace your body and all its curves. One of the women in the photoshoot was Denker’s 52-year-old mother.
Lyndsay and Matthew Brentlinger received an early Christmas miracle. Sadly, the family of four did not have much time together. Knowing they didn’t have much time together, a family friend reached out to local photographer Lindsey Brown.
If you follow Channing Tatum on Instagram, you’d know he occasionally shares personal snaps of his gorgeous wife Jenna Dewan Tatum along with sweet messages that’ll melt your heart. Like this: It's not hard to take a beautiful picture of this magical creature. But I thought this one was special. #leicaQ A photo posted by Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) on Jan 18, 2016 at 12:20am PST
Albino people are often unfortunately stereotyped as “freaks” or “the bad guy” in popular culture, think “The Da Vinci Code” and “Matrix Reloaded.” But one photographer is showing a different side to the condition.
In efforts to stay close to her daughter, the young mom arranged to have Nora photographed in her wedding dress. The photoshoot would take place where Amber and husband Derek were married and be shot by her good friend and photographer, Heidi Spillane.
People with Down Syndrome are simply that — people. The Ontario-based photographer launched a campaign titled "See Me" last month, sharing 31 portraits of people with Down Syndrome over 31 days. Over just three days, Gauld-Camilleri photographed 52 individuals, ranging in ages from 3 months to 44 years.
(photo: Jillian Harris) If you follow Canadian reality star Jillian Harris, you’ll know that she was pregnant with her first child this summer. The interior designer and blogger has been sharing her personal experience since she first found out she was having a baby –and now we’ve got the birth story to go with it. Born on Aug. 5, Leo Pasutto’s arrival wasn’t exactly the picture perfect experience Harris had imagined. “For me, I feel like I envisioned a quiet night at home with just Justin and I … (and Nacho) just like in the movies, I would wake Justin up in the middle of the night with a gentle nudge ‘it’s time’ and off we would go down to the hospital.
All images via Instagram/hobbs_photoandfilm “There is little doubt that motherhood is a completely transformative experience that touches every aspect of our beings, and its mark on our bodies is no exception,” write Aimee and Jenna Hobbs, two Alberta-based photographers who have launched a social media campaign to celebrate women and their postpartum bodies. “In a society that is constantly trying to tell us that what beauty is, women are beginning to push back.” A few years ago, the pair noticed that a number of mothers were asking to be absent from their family portraits because they were ashamed of the way they looked after having children. This was heartbreaking.
Melissa Jean, a photographer based in Australia, took this post-birth photo of Alyce in just a bra and nappy - with her robe proudly open - capturing the beauty of new motherhood in the process. Jean posted the image on her Instagram along with the words: “One hour after giving birth… looks stunning… in a nappy #womenareamazing #thatisall”. “I met Alyce when she employed me to capture her journey into motherhood - and we’ve been friends ever since,” Jean told Yahoo Style UK.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely seen one of Anne Geddes’s famous baby portraits. Featuring newborns and toddlers posing in everything from flower pots and baskets to just-hatched eggs, the Australian-born photographer has sold millions of books and calendars of her images over the two decades – they’ve even been featured on hit TV shows like “Friends” and in numerous Internet memes. Now a veteran in the industry, Geddes recently stared to reveal what some of her most famous babies look like now using the hashtag #babylookatyounow. Click through the gallery above and let us know your favourite by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.