It’s All About Perspective – Accepting Your Body one Hmmm! At a Time.

I grew up with two (not just one) skinny siblings who could eat anything in any quantity any time or all the time and never seem to gain on ounce. I, on the other hand, am certain I was born a size 16 (see my earlier blog about that) and it seemed I absorbed even an extra sip of water

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DRESSING YOUR CURVES – BEING CONFIDENT MAKES YOU FEEL SEXY

The Difference Between Sexy and Seductive. That is the question. The answer is simple. Sexy is obvious. Seductive is subtle. Each in their own way are effective but sexy leaves little to the imagination and seductive is cloaked in mystery. We think there is an opportunity to combine the best of both and be seduxy.

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Body Shaming is Sizeless

One thing we have in common with our straight sized sisters is we are both targets for body shamers. If you read the gossip magazines (which I personally devour every week) you frequently see snarky comments disguised as concern over how thin Angelina has gotten, or how worried everyone is over the health of Kate Boseworth, or why we should

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At Last.

You are becoming more aware of how slim and curvy ladies are speaking up about body shaming. Acknowledging it’s not only not politically correct; it’s offensive, insulting and plain ridiculous.

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And in This Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated Comes Another Group of Positive, Plus Size Body Images

Bravo to SI for realizing their audience both female and male has a great appreciation for what a real woman actually looks like and has decided to wade into the new reality full force.

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Hello Curvy Barbie!

Mattel, maker of Barbie Dolls since 1959, has announced the introduction (available now on the internet, in stores in March) three new ‘Barbie dolls’: Curvy Barbie, Petite Barbie and Tall Barbie.

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Look Around And Look At Us Now

Yikes! Who would have thought 5 years, 2 years ago that the curvy woman would have stepped into the front row to hold a commanding presence in entertainment, politics, in virtually every facet of our lives.

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It’s Not Much, But It’s a Start

The February issue of IN STYLE magazine boldly headlines LOVE YOUR BODY but when you finally locate the companion story for the headline, it focuses primarily on an ample chest, a tiny bosom, crankles, big bootie, pancake butt, little me, a baby bump and finally (last but we hope not least) curves.

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Don’t Be Afraid You’re Not Alone

France recently passed a law which purportedly will try to change the reality of the runway model from a size 00 to a 2, or maybe a 4. I guess any attention to a serious problem is better than no attention.

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Diversity

We’ve put our money where our mouth is. Take a look at the three exquisite women we picked as our launch faces (and bodies). They represent who we are on many levels. And they were picked not because we were consciously looking for a politically or socially correct diversity but because they are all beautiful and represent the variety of

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