A Cornell University student gave an entire presentation in her underwear after a professor said her shorts were "too short."
In her first TV interview since her fall, the singer shares new details about the incident that resulted in 40+ stitches to her face.
Alongside a few young men in black and grey suits, Donyell Meredith II was rocking a short-sleeved jacket and cropped pants, which have garnered a lot of attention on Twitter.
Maternity photos are powerful and intimate, but perhaps none moreso than those belonging to Christa Couture. The 39-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter and storyteller is adding “trailblazer” to her list of credits thanks to her powerful maternity photos representing women with disabilities. In a recent piece for CBC Parents, Couture, who’s leg was amputated as a teen due to bone cancer, says she was toying with the idea of a photoshoot to celebrate her third pregnancy. “There aren’t a ton of one-legged people out there, true, but it wasn’t just that I didn’t see any amputees in maternity photos — I didn’t see any kind of disability.” Couture writes. “It turns out maternity photo shoots, like the rest of the depictions of women readily available, abound with thin, white bodies.
One blogger is fighting back against the change room narrative after trying on a pair of pants that look great while standing up, but, according to her, not good at all while sitting. Kenzie Brenna is a Toronto-based blogger and YouTuber who has amassed a large following because of her focus on body positivity and mental health. Brenna recently posted a side-by-side photo of herself in a change room, highlighting a thought process many of us have experienced before.