Tag: body

Ariana Grande Addresses Body-Shaming Trolls

Ariana Grande Addresses Body-Shaming Trolls

This a response to a recent photo of the pop star wearing an oversized pink jacket and white high-heeled boots; many fans online became concerned with Grande’s weight loss. She immediately made a 3-minute Tiktok stating that others should be “less comfortable commenting on people’s bodies,” even if it’s “something good and well-intentioned.”

Dance: Good for the Body, Good for the Soul

Dance: Good for the Body, Good for the Soul

Dance is something that I have always admired. From my childhood, I watched dancers in my town’s annual christmas parade in all their sequined spandex glory. In middle school my best friend was a dancer, and I was always impressed by the things she would show me. By high school I had landed a spot in an art school as a member of the vocal department, but despite being a member of the choir, I always admired the dance department. They gave the best performances at our monthly recitals. I finally tried pursuing dance during my sophomore year of high school in the form of an after-school tap-class, but then that infamous pandemic struck and quickly put a stop to that. Thus squashing my plans of being in a flashy recital myself.

How Jade Rollers and Gua Sha Help More Than Just Your Skin

How Jade Rollers and Gua Sha Help More Than Just Your Skin

The popularity of skincare over the last decade has skyrocketed, with an increased focus on self-care and prioritizing wellness every single day. However, establishing a skincare routine using jade rollers or gua sha doesn’t only help the appearance of your skin, but also your health. While these skin tools have been advertised as methods to massage products into your face, or simply destress at the end of the day, gua sha is actually one of the oldest traditional Chinese medicine treatments.

Can You Handle “Too Hot to Handle”?

Can You Handle “Too Hot to Handle”?

From hot steaming six packs to bodacious bodies, Too Hot to Handle is a reality tv show that has turned a lot of heads for Netflix watchers. In this show, young singles meet in a tropical island to mingle (without having sex at all) for a chance to take home $100,000. The thought of abstinence is the challenge for these sex-driven people, but the cone-shaped technology named Lana brought retreat activities to allow these guests to look deeper into their hearts and understand what they need in a relationship.

Why Everyone Loves Euphoria and Why You Will Too

Why Everyone Loves Euphoria and Why You Will Too

“Euphoria” is a show that has the world in a serious choke-hold. The depth and beauty the shows hold is such a crucial part to the success of the series thus far. Euphoria is actually adapted from the Israeli show that is also named “Euphoria.” This show gives a whole new meaning to teenage angst and passion by showing each character’s journey through a cynical lens. There are so many things to love about “Euphoria” and if you haven’t fallen in love with the show yet, we’re going to share some reasons why you will!

For the #BodyPositive movement to be successful, thin women need to stop co-opting the movement

For the #BodyPositive movement to be successful, thin women need to stop co-opting the movement

Over the last few months, I’ve had an interesting ride with the social media app TikTok. While
it’s been fun to post my personal workouts in my feeble attempts of reaching TikTok fame, I’ve
also found myself in the ‘body positive movement’ algorithm of the app. Now, like many other
men and women, I’ve had my fair share of time spent growing up uncomfortable in my skin.
However, watching the body positive movement get co-opted my much slimmer, white women
over the past few months has been nothing short of irritating yet completely predictable.

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