Entertainment & Celebrities

Fired Up: 3 Hunger Games Stars Talk Body Image

By Kaitlyn Oberg--Twilight, 50 Shades of Grey, Divergent—the litany of blockbuster movies that have come out over the past couple of years have featured women in compromising positions.

In Defense of Kylie Jenner

By River Zain Ceballos--If you're familiar with anything Hollywood, you've heard of the Kardashian clan.

Demi Lovato’s Unretouched Photo Shoot Was Inspiring, Not a ‘Humblebrag’

By Dana Land--After receiving treatment for an eating disorder and other mental health concerns, Demi Lovato has made it her mission to speak up for body positivity and recovery.

Ronda Rousey: Femininity in the form of muscles

By Kaitlyn Oberg--This past week, mixed martial artist Ronda Rousey has flooded the headlines for not only winning multiple entities, but for her body positive remarks. Unfortunately, like many other female celebrities, Rousey's rise to popularity in the media has been accompanied by critiques and criticism of her body. However, Rousey is standing up to the body shamers and letting them know who's boss! 

Amy Schumer's Unique Approach to Body Positivity

By Pooja Patel--By now you have probably heard about the star of the movie Trainwreck and the television show Inside Amy Schumer, Amy Schumer. Exploding in the past several years, Schumer has become a breath of fresh, honest air.

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