Teen Activism

Activists Ask H&M to Use Plus-Size Mannequins for Their Plus-Size Line (Makes Sense, Right?)

By Brittany Posey--Diversity is a beautiful thing. Seriously, it’s gorgeous. As autonomous members of society, we do ourselves a service by embracing diversity.

Victory! Abercrombie & Fitch to Carry Plus Sizes

Proud2Bme Ambassador and activist Benjamin O'Keefe reacts to Abercrombie's announcement that they will add plus sizes to their line this spring.

Tell Michelle Obama Not to Appear on "The Biggest Loser"

Michelle Obama is on a mission to promote healthy eating and exercise. But her upcoming appearance on The Biggest Loser is the wrong way to do that. Join the protest!

Awaken the Star Within You: Take this Pledge to Live Your Dream This Year

Brie Mathers recalls last year's trip Down Under to inspire girls to love their bodies.

Really, Abercrombie & Fitch? Why Aren't You Making Your Anti-Bullying Shirts in Plus Sizes?

By Benjamin O'Keefe--October 1st marked the start of National Anti-Bullying Month, a month that brings awareness & helps to prevent the harmful bullying that takes place every day in this country.

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Proud2Bme is an online community created by and for teens. We cover everything from fashion and beauty to news, culture, and entertainment—all with the goal of promoting positive body image and encouraging healthy attitudes about food and weight.

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