My size is always weighed over my qualifications.
Project your endless disappointments into the mirror, which is where I’m quite sure it all starts.
I am done feeling like a bad person because the number on the scale is higher than it was a year ago.
But here’s what happened when I opened up about it on Facebook …
Body shaming women is no way to make money and the marketing department should be ashamed.
Do we really want our daughters to grow up thinking they’re not good enough because of their size?
I never thought a guy like him would be interested in me.
Why should I apologize for my size?
She’s creating her body image based on the things you say.
The path to self-love was fraught with second guessing.
This show is everything that’s wrong with the world.
Yet another depressing example of everything that’s wrong with the way this world views women.
Skinny-shaming is not okay, but neither is dismissing fat-shaming.
I’m not gonna be my own enemy anymore.