So why am I telling you this? I suppose the point of this article is to actually encourage you lovely readers to check out the body acceptance movement. On the whole it is wonderful, and while it doesn’t help me to accept my body, that is because of deep seated issues that I have to work through myself, and not the fault of the movement. There are many body acceptance accounts that share wonderful content and it is always refreshing to see unedited images. You may not gain the confidence to dance on the internet in your pants, but normalising diverse body shapes can’t be a bad thing right?
I’m an Atheist. But if there is a God. I know the reason they put me on this Earth was to watch Space Jam 2 at the cinema. Most of my time […]
nstoppable train that is Love Island worries me most because, to me, it means one of two things. Either the progress we have apparently made as a society in reducing the stigma around mental health and improving attitudes is all fake and is nothing more than a trend for people to get more likes and clout on the internet and no one really wants to fight for genuine change. Or protecting people’s mental health, preserving someone’s life, is simply not as important to people as some low-rate evening entertainment.
On a Tuesday morning stroll around the park, you’d normally listen to the laughter of small children playing and the birdsongs painting the fresh air around you. Occasionally, one dog would bark […]
The one-drop rule is a historical concept that means anyone with a black ancestor is considered black. After hearing a member of the Royal Family question how dark Meghan and Harry’s unborn […]
We all know that depression can result in people taking their lives. Even if we are still alive, we die inside, we start to walk in the darkness, and that is when […]