We got to speak with Tess Holliday about parenting, feminism, body-positivity, & self-care. And about her book, The Not So Subtle Art of Being A Fat Girl
The first thing he said with a big smile was, “These aren't dolls, they are real people!” (Image courtesy of the author.)
I'm giving my son dolls that look like actual people. He has no idea that they are revolutionary or how different they are from the dolls I grew up with.
“Introducing Nexsey! No more shall we hide our necks as we age!” Hold the phone, people. Something else to make us feel inadequate has been invented. It’s called Nexsey and it’s a piece of medical grade TAPE used to rein in neck wrinkles.
I always thought that once I had my perfect body that this ideal perfect life would manifest, but once I reached my goal body it was the exact opposite.
How much time and energy could you save by loving yourself as you are, right now?
Can we petite women follow Holliday's lead using the hashtag #effyourheightstandards?
Holliday says she's defying modern day beauty standards. I'm not so sure.