Media Influences

It’s Time to Stop Labeling Women’s Bodies

By Carla Roman--Recently, Refinery 29 published a piece entitled, “The Medium-Sized Woman Problem” by Kelsey Miller.

Match.com Ad Misses the Mark

By Kaitlin Irwin--While traversing through the London Underground, people have been confronted with some interesting Match.com ads.

Comedy: A Tool for Spreading Eating Disorders Awareness?

By Dana Land--Back in December, I wrote a piece for Proud2Bme covering the joking comments made by The View cohost Joy Behar.

The Problem with Glamour Magazine's Plus-Size Issue

By Kaitlin Irwin--Amy Schumer recently posted on social media about Glamour’s inclusion of her in their plus-size issue.

Is This the Body-Positive Superhero We’ve Been Waiting For?

By Emily Benko--NowThis, a news and media website, created a comic clip starring Faith Herbert, a seemingly body-positive superhero with optimistic intentions—but she is far from the body-positive superhero we all need.

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