40 years

  40 years of treading. A few years of digging in.     40 years of support. 27 years of pirouetting. 6 years of swaying and rocking.     40 years of participating… of caressing, gripping, and letting go.     40 years of reaching and pulling. 7 years of jiggling. […]

The Not So Curious Case of Renee Zellweger

  Famous actress Renee Zellweger attended the Elle Women in Hollywood awards on Monday, October 20th. After she attended, the Internet exploded because OMG SHE LOOKED DIFFERENT. Many people are speculating that she’s had some botox and cosmetic surgery done. Several online magazines have called in their Hollywood plastic surgeon […]

Thoughts on Body Judgement and Body Shaming. AKA – I Fell Down the Rabitt Hole of HuffPo Comments

  Last week a post I published here called Don’t Make the Thin Girl Ugly was republished on the Huffington Post.  I knew when I wrote the post that some people wouldn’t understand where I was coming from.  I knew that I could potentially be putting myself in the path […]

Don’t Make the Thin Girl Ugly

  I stumbled across a petition on Change.org started by a fellow blogger, whom I happen to adore.  I’ve met her.  I’ve laughed with her.  I’ve slept in the same hotel room with her.  I find her intelligent and quite glorious. I don’t like her petition…. though I may be […]

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project, and The Censoring of Unsavory Mothers’ Bodies.

  Sometimes I love the Internet because I can randomly come across something like The 4th Trimester Bodies Project and instantly fall in love…   This is taken from their website: The  4th Trimester Bodies Project is an ongoing photo documentary created by photographer and mother Ashlee Wells Jackson. This […]