True ways to a strong woman or man.  1. Do not fat shame. 2. Do not skinny shame. 3. Do not shame those who do no wrong. 4. Do not in-between shame  5. Be kind and have manners to those around you and be a friend.

True ways to a strong woman or man. Do not fat shame. Do not skinny shame. Do not shame those who do no wrong. Do not in-between shame Be kind and have manners to those around you and be a friend.

Keep the body positive movement inclusive!

I Had A Weight Loss Surgery, But I Am Part Of The Body Positive Community

Cateyes doesn’t focus solely on negative commentary, however; she’s also inspired by the body-positive community, with much of her work offering kindness and support to others.

Stop fat shaming! Be happy, confident, and beautiful!

It's also not worse than addiction, alcoholism, suicide, mental illness, and drama seekers who want any form of attention whether it's good or bad. It's time for adults to take responsibility for their actions. The truth will always prevail.

Stop ALL body shaming: fat, skinny, short, tall, tan, pale, curvy, or no curves at all.  We're all people and we're all deserving of respect. Is putting others down really making you feel better about yourself?

Everyone Is Beautiful: Why Body Shaming Needs To Stop

Applies to all people, actually. For gosh sakes people! Just start with eyes clothes with love and we will all start to look a little more beautiful. -with love, Jo

I am so sick of body-shaming. "You're too fat" "You're too thin" Well you're too much of an asshole so STFU.

anyone can look & feel good about themselves at any size if you put effort.

Ambivalently Yours girl power illustration

The anonymous artist leaving empowering notes for women

As a visual artist, she creates deceptively sweet-looking drawings around the theme of body positivity — centered largely on, but not limited to, fat bodies and reactions to them.

Meet The Body-Positive Artist Who's Giving Trolls A Taste Of Their Own Medicine

Rachele Cateyes' 'Glorifying Obesity' Illustrations Fight Fatphobia, One Adorable And Body Positive Step At A Time

This month of October we practice #TalkGood. Bronze Pink & You tell us to speak positively about ourselves , increase body image and not engage in "fat talk" or body shaming

This month of October we practice Bronze Pink & You tell us to speak positively about ourselves , increase body image and not engage in "fat talk" or body shaming

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