• This Model is Curvy Confident and Comfortable in Her Skin

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    Aerie, a lingerie retailer and intimate apparel sub-brand owned by American Eagle Outfitters, is putting an end to unrealistic body expectations by featuring women who represent many body types.

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  • Overcoming Insecurity: Two Friends Open Up on Camera

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    Everyone has insecurities. Often times we say things to ourselves that we would never say to our closest friend whom we love and care for. In this video, two women, and best friends, show us just how damaging the thoughts and comment we make about ourself can be. 

    Best friends, Alyssa and Tiffany, sat down and wrote down all thing negative thoughts and feelings they believe about themselves. Then both women swapped notes and read the comments aloud. 

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  • What Dark-Skinned People Will Never Tell You

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    Buzzfeed has released an amazing video with powerful stories from both genders about using bleaching creams, struggling with self esteem, lack of representation in media, and being taught beauty has only one color, this is an amazing video you do not want to miss.

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  • The No-Makeup Trend: Loving the Skin You're In

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    No, your eyes are not deceiving you. More and more celebrities are choosing to go make-up free at high profile events and on social media. At this year’s MTV VMA Award Show, Alicia Keys appeared on the red carpet completely make-up free and fresh faced. Keys, who is credited for being the first celebrity to start this movement away from make-up, claims that she made the personal decision to stop wearing it when she realized that every time she would leave her house she would panic if someone saw her without any on. The public scrutiny Alicia received made it nearly impossible for her to feel confident without any make-up on. This realization caused Keys to take action, and present her struggles to the world.

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  • People area all beautiful because they are different

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    Beautiful. It’s a word we’ve all struggled with. Whether it’s our hair, our skin, our body, or even our age, some days it’s hard to get up, look at ourselves in the mirror and say “I am beautiful.” When you think about it, media plays a large part in what is beautiful and more often than not most of us don’t fit that example of ideal beauty. But how many times have we really stepped back and stopped to think about how other countries see beauty and what other cultures perceive as beautiful?

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