Body Politics

Body Politics, breaking news, photos, comments, social media posts on this topic.

Criticism

Criticism is on the rise, but why? Stylist investigates the age of negativity

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Hannah Keegan
  • Gwyneth Paltrow
    People

    Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop faces fresh criticism for “leanest livable weight" advice

  • Plus size supermodel Emme
    People

    Emme has some brilliant advice for anyone who’s been body-shamed by social media trolls

  • Tess Holliday
    People

    Tess Holliday reveals how “exhausting and isolating” it is to be a body positivity icon

Latest Stories

Woman walks through town streets wearing a jumpsuit and brown backpack
Life

Catcalling: “Why does shedding one item of clothing give men the right to objectify you in summer?”

One woman questions how the removal of a coat can have such an effect.

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Sharon Rooney
People

Body Politics: Sharon Rooney on not giving power to the word “fat”

"You will never please everybody. You need to please yourself and as long as you are happy, it doesn’t matter."

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Michelle Elman
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Jada Sezer talks catcalling, societal pressures and sweaty hot yoga sessions
People

Jada Sezer talks catcalling, societal pressures and sweaty hot yoga sessions

“I feel the most sexy that I’ve ever felt after a hot yoga class, it makes me feel super confident and like I’ve got my life all together”

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Michelle Elman
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Emily Atack
People

Emily Atack gets real about dealing with fat-shaming bullies on Twitter

"I won’t bow to a stranger who felt a desire to call me out on my double chins”

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Michelle Elman
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Michelle Elman
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Iskra Lawrence gets real about being fat-shamed as a 14-year-old model

“I learned there was something wrong with my body and the size of it,” explains the model. “I didn’t like it and wanted to change it”.

Nicola Roberts
People

Nicola Roberts recalls being bullied as a child by her dance teacher

“I used to be hugely insecure about being pale,” says the Girls Aloud star.

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Michelle Elman
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Poorna Bell
People

Poorna Bell is sick and tired of the fitness industry’s sexist stereotypes

“Everything tells us that the main goal of fitness is to lose weight. It doesn’t tell you anything about ability or strength.”

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Michelle Elman
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Life

How Stylist is working to change the representation of women in media

Our new Love Women initiative promises to change the way we show and talk about women

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Alix Walker
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bryony Gordon - Stylist Loves Women
People

Body Politics: Bryony Gordon on the one thing we can all do to reach self-love

“We need to stop feeling like we have an obligation to find bits about our bodies that we dislike”

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Michelle Elman
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