I have seven crop tops. They’re hanging in my closet next to shape-hugging skirts, skinny jeans, fitted blazers and other things I used to think I wasn’t allowed to wear.
London, Ont.’s Piper Kearney on what it means to identify as intersex, learning to love herself and the therapy of poetry.
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.
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.
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.