Lizzie Miller in the 2009 Sept. issue of Glamour. I remember reading this article as a teenager and being so inspired by seeing a healthy, happy, beautiful woman over a size six in a national magazine.
These days, it’s nearly impossible to scroll through social media without seeing some celebrity talking about body positivity or inclusivity. It’s great, of course—the more we talk about these issues, the more likely we are to inspire change—but sometimes, it can feel a little inauthentic (especially when 90 percent of the posters are average size, conventionally beautiful, white women). British model Emily Bador, however, is different.
'Plus-Size'<<< I hate this! Are you aware how many models die from not eating enough so they can be a 'normal' size? I hate it<<she's not even plus size wtf I'm like a size depending on the brand and I look like that
Its NEVER been about being skinny babe -Just be HEALTHY ! If you want to have a healthy heart, you have to learn how to eat a healthy heart diet. All of the food you eat affects the health of your heart. bod-e-squad-motivation-inspiration-dedication-educ
A wonderfully exfoliated and also moisturized bust, not falling open but naughtily peeking out between the unbuttoned shirt, can make a huge difference and this will effectively hide some of the problem areas from the onlookers.