A high school senior writes a love letter to the many parts of herself.
four stories of advocacy in the healthcare system
More and more Black leaders are taking their rightful positions within the Body Positive movement.
The challenges facing queer people when they want to start a family are one of many injustices in a system that doesn't honor diversity.
For many, loving their bodies seems impossible. But what if love were the default and acceptance the challenge?
Does the expression of unique gender identity have a place in Body Positivity? Associate Director of The Body Positive says absolutely!
Jessica Diaz France, board chair of The Body Positive, describes the joy of self-love that she has been experiencing during her pregnancy
Guest blogger Angie Siebert, a former corporate wellness professional, finds peace and healing with The Body Positive and nature.
In our own words: THE Body Positive's definition of Body Positivity and why we want people to do less talking and more living.
We thought "Change the world, not your body" was a powerful catchphrase - until we realized how it excludes trans people, among others.
Inspired by her experience at the Women's March in Washington, DC, author Connie Sobczak is motivated to support young women leaders.
President Obama’s farewell speech inspires reflection on the ways negative body image prevents young people from stepping into their power.
Grieving is a necessary part of healing. My thoughts on healing and action during this difficult time.
Banter about "morbid obesity" and donuts overheard in a cafe leads to a brave moment of activism.
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