On October 13th, we hosted the Proud2Bme summit. The day was filled with honest talk and lots of ideas for how young people can be body image activists and changemakers.
By Taylor Kirkham--From an extremely young age, we are taught that our self-worth is based upon other’s perception of us.
Taylor Townsend, 16, is the best girls junior tennis player in the world. But now the United States Tennis Association says they won't back her until she loses weight. We don't get it.
By Taylor Kirkham--As I arrived on my beautiful college campus three weeks ago, there was not a doubt in my mind that freshman year was going to be excellent.
By Patrycja Klimek--Perfect, written by Ellen Hopkins, follows the individual, intimate stories of four troubled teens.
When the First Lady was asked what she tells Sasha and Malia about weight and body image, she said her message is that "eating healthy isn't about how you look; it's about how you feel."
"Yeah, we're all wonderful, wonderful people. So when did we all get so fearful? Now we're finally finding our voices. So take a chance, come help me sing this..."
What’s missing in the media? YOU! Join us at the Proud2Bme Summit next Saturday, October 13th and help start a media revolution! Tune out body hate. Turn up the confidence!
"Our generation has to be the change. And when we all come together, anything is possible." NEDA Walk NYC is this Sunday! Find out how YOU can do your part to end eating disorders.
"When you feel life coming down on you like a heavy weight. When you feel this crazy society adding to the strain. Take a stroll to the nearest water's edge. Remember your place."