Entertainment & Celebrities

Lauren Conrad Bans "Skinny"

By Pooja Patel--Lifestyle blogs are becoming a popular way for celebrities to get on our collective social radar. Every celebrity from Gwyneth Paltrow to Blake Lively to Olivia Palermo aims to tell us how to live, through top ten lists and GIF-filled advice columns.

Yet, the ‘advice’ showered upon us is not always accurate and body positivity often falls to the wayside, as celebrities endorse beauty products and fad diets.

For example, Gwyneth Paltrow’s top hits under the nutrition section of her blog named ‘goop,’ are as follows: 

Lena Dunham and the Body Positive Workout Selfie

By Pooja Patel--It’s not uncommon among celebrity’s social media to see actresses flaunting workout pictures on Instagram or speaking endlessly about their ‘healthy’ lifestyles (kale juice and pilates.)

Queen Bee's Mixed Messaging

By Laura Porter--Beyoncé sparked a swirl of media attention since she appeared in a killer dress at the Met Gala on May 4. The thing every news outlet is now discussing? Her diet. Actually, not just her diet, but the diet book and meal-delivery service called the “22-Day Revolution,” which she co-created with her trainer, Marco Borges.

"Kylie Jenner Lips" and People of Color

No shot glass or CandyLipz suction needed here.

By Kimberly Neil--As someone with naturally big lips, everything about the “Kylie Jenner Lip Challenge” feels…bizarre. Let me take a step back to explain. As a biracial girl, I experienced puberty in a strange way. Since I have the features of both my mom and dad’s side of the family and I’m an only child, there was no one I could look up to in order to attempt to predict how my body would change. Everything was a surprise!

Kelly Clarkson Brushes Off Fat-Shamers

By Kaitlyn Oberg--Are you a woman of childbearing age, who is carrying or has recently had a baby?

Congratulations, your body is now public domain!

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