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What is P.S You’re Beautiful?
PSYB is more than a blog; it’s a self-acceptance movement!
This is a body-positive space where folks can connect and discuss everything from body image and fatness, to politics and pop culture, to beauty and plus-size fashion.
This week, we’re all smiles about ModCloth and Eloquii’s new models, @Feministontinder, the Adipositivity Project and Fat in the City’s Jill Andrew.read more
I love the concept of trading a skill for something you really need, especially if it involves your small business. True story: Just last week, my best friend just swapped her amazing website-building skills for some sweet photography props.read more
This week we’re pumped about the stars of the Ghostbusters remake, stars turning down the mani cam and Gabi Fresh’s new swimsuit lineread more
What’s making us smile this week: The We Give Consent campaign, Tess Munster aka Tess Holliday and Fat Girl Food Squad.read more
I’m a perfectionist, especially when it comes to upholding traditions, and I’ve driven myself to exhaustion with all the parties, shopping and baking all day long. So this year, I’m trying to do things differently.read more
NSFW breaks down and pokes fun at the ridiculous lengths these types of consumer magazines will reach to “empower” women, all while photoshopping thigh bulges and tummy rolls to create the perfect image of a woman.read more
Last Tuesday, September 9, I was honoured to celebrate the International Day of Beauty at the second annual Body Confidence Canada Awards (BCCAs). In a room with a killer view 51 floors above the city at Toronto’s Panorama Lounge, we toasted this year’s four winners and listened to some incredibly moving and inspiring speeches about body positivity.read more
In my story I am lucky – I am not a survivor of rape and I couldn’t confidently say it was an attempted rape either, I can confidently say I was attacked/assaulted quite brutally and am still standing with (luckily) just a few scars. It’s hard to use the word ‘lucky’ in this situation, but I am. My attack was minor in comparison to the many women who have faced assault, sexual assault, harassment and rape in their lives.read more
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