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Curls, Army Fatigues, and Heels 🤔

Monday was a big day for me I had an event at Denison University. The Event was focused only on natural hair care and makeup, two things I can take about for hours. 276 more words

Fashion

Spring 2017 Revved Up Women on Wheels

 

We can’t stress enough how much we love Spring. Why? Well first off, it is a time when everything in nature becomes pretty again! And with that, pretty women get pretty again (haha!). 104 more words

Body Shaming. Size doesn't matter.

Body shaming isn’t limited by shape and size, it affects everyone without discrimination. I recently posted a picture on Instagram with the #lovetheskinyourein, which brought some attention from a few body positive accounts. 1,056 more words

Body Positive

Zara “Curvy” Campaign Causes Backlash On Twitter

Spanish based clothing company, Zara has made a lot of people upset with its most recent campaign. The add features two slender models posing side by side with the words “Love Your Curves” posted in the picture, assumingly in an effort to boost a campaign for curvy women. 218 more words

News One

Zara “Curvy” Campaign Causes Backlash On Twitter

Spanish based clothing company, Zara has made a lot of people upset with its most recent campaign. The add features two slender models posing side by side with the words “Love Your Curves” posted in the picture, assumingly in an effort to boost a campaign for curvy women. 218 more words

Zara “Curvy” Campaign Causes Backlash On Twitter

Spanish based clothing company, Zara has made a lot of people upset with its most recent campaign. The add features two slender models posing side by side with the words “Love Your Curves” posted in the picture, assumingly in an effort to boost a campaign for curvy women. 218 more words

Entertainment News

Zara “Curvy” Campaign Causes Backlash On Twitter

Spanish based clothing company, Zara has made a lot of people upset with its most recent campaign. The add features two slender models posing side by side with the words “Love Your Curves” posted in the picture, assumingly in an effort to boost a campaign for curvy women. 218 more words

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