Model and body-positive advocate Tess Holliday shared a photo of her body on Instagram and described the importance of self-love, even though it isn't easy.
Tess Holliday is done defending herself, after critics question why the body positive advocate stars in a new beauty campaign.
“This is unhealthy. She is slowing dying. Her heart will not be able to keep up very soon,” read one user’s comment.
Piers Morgan continues to troll the plus-size beauty over her weight, and she's not having it.
Tess Holliday wrote a revealing post on Tuesday about suffering from postpartum depression, a condition that affects up to one in seven women.
“Hot mom” Maria Kang, seen here in her original viral image, is back with a new message. The image went absolutely viral, evoking widespread rage from people who claimed that Kang was body-shaming women with her “unattainable” body type. At the time, Kang insisted her message was about health, not beauty, and that she was being “fit shamed” in response to the photo by size-acceptance advocates.
Plus-size model Tess Holliday's social media presence ran the gamut this week, from promoting a new book to celebrating her children to supporting good causes.
When Holliday shared her take on a man whose Instagram post celebrating the curvy body of his wife went viral on July 31, Kang didn’t hold back.
Holliday wore a sheer orange top over a black bra, pants to match, and strappy sandals. Holliday, 31, loves to show her fans and followers how to embrace their bodies no matter what their size or shape.
The 31-year-old, who gave birth to son Bowie a year ago, suggests that society needs to stop letting other people determine their beauty standards.
Model Tess Holliday attended the Women’s March in Los Angeles on Saturday, along with an estimated 750,000 who stood in solidarity for women’s rights. She brought her husband Nick and their 7-month-old son, Bowie, along to the event.
Danielle Brooks, who's been an advocate for full-figured women in entertainment like herself, wants to see 67 percent of women in America represented in modeling.
Plus size model Tess Holliday boldly strutted down the catwalk in racy lingerie, joining other women of various ethnicities, sizes and shapes as part of BuzzFeed’s recreation of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. “I walked the runway in my diiiiiivine @catherinedlish dressing gown & my undies!” The size 22 model wrote on Instagram, alongside a photo of her in a sheer red Catherine D’lish dressing gown and a black matching panty and bra set. So, I did a thing ????????????????????@buzzfeed recreated their version of the #victoriasecretfashionshow & I walked the runway in my diiiiiivine @catherinedlish dressing gown & my undies! ????
Earlier this week, plus size model, Tess Holliday took to Instagram to share an intimate snap capturing that exact scenario. In an image which echoes a similar iconic shot of supermodel Gisele Bundchen way back in 2013, the 31-year-old is seen breastfeeding her one-month old son, Bowie while a stylist and make-up artist get her photo-shoot ready. “[Nick] captured this photo of me getting ready yesterday to shoot the next installment of my #mblmxtess @penningtons collection, and it reminded me of @gisele’s iconic photo breastfeeding on set,” Tess captioned the image.
The advert, to promote an event called ‘Feminism and Fat’, featured a picture of the model in a bikini but was banned by the social media site because it “depicts a body or body parts in an undesirable manner”. “The image depicts a body or body parts in an undesirable manner,” a message from the Facebook Ads team read.