From GlamourSeptember Lizzi Miller is going to be all over the news this week. Like a very pretty girl you would meet at a party. Lizzi was hired for a gig at Glamour Magazine - one photo to go along with an article in the September issue about having a healthy body image.
News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. They dared to bare — and be judged on their look — and talked openly about their bodies. So for all those fretting about flabby stomachs — and the four in ten who feel too embarrassed even for their own partner to see them in the buff — read on for an insight into what blokes really think.
In the movie, a middle-aged man conjures a fantasy of a thin, blonde, teenaged girl. The result is stunning. The women look confident, strong, and beautiful, even if they aren't what mainstream media usually shows as beautiful.
Open your average women's magazine and the majority of pictures will be of women who are white, size and under 40 years old. So Australian actress Caitlin Stasey's new website for women herself. The site is designed by women for women and aims to empower ladies of all shapes, sexualities, gender identities and ethnicities.
Icelandic Glamour is only on its second issue and it's already heating up the nation's frozen tundra! This time its with plus-size models Ashley Graham, Marquita Pring, Julie Henderson, Inga Eiriksdottir, and Danielle Redman, who appear in an eight-page spread looking too hot for words. Like, it was hard for me to type that sentence and not just drool over these photos, but a girl has gotta do what a girl has gotta do!
Emily Nolan's weight has fluctuated over the course of her life, but she is finally learning to accept and love her body. The year-old shared images of herself posing nude on MindBodyGreen. Working as a model for most of her life, Emily says that she has been 16 different sizes in recent years.
Those are just a few of the comments I hear on-set, because I happen to be a plus-size model who weighs around pounds. But these stereotypes aren't true; I'm not lazy or sedentary and I don't appreciate the assumptions that I am. People think that because I'm bigger, I don't work out; but I'm quite strong. I take a lot of pride in that.