Pregnancy body image struggles are yet another example of how the body positivity movement fails to boost women’s self-confidence.
You can be thin again after a baby without spending a lot of money or time. I know because I do it, without weird diets or self-torture. And I’m not the only one.
Strangely, I feel as comfortable in my own skin now as I ever did, stretch marks and all.
The natural-at-any-cost movement excludes women who want or need bras and makeup, and guilting those who do more than brush our teeth in the morning is a step back for all women.
Behind its kind of weird whining about cheeky baby clothes, Ms. Magazine has a bit of a point.
My little daughter doesn’t need to fear her body this young, NPR.
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