Anorexia Nervosa: Collecting Pieces of You

By Mae Lewis anorexia collects pieces of you. chips away at you. sculpts and morphs and kneads you into a mould of someone you are not. my ponytail always needed three loops of a hair bobble. now it needs four. the clothes i once wore hang illusively at the back of my wardrobe, untouched. a... Continue Reading →

Bras. They can go. Or can they?

By Europe & Me‘s MythBuster It’s confession time. I’ll be honest, when my office opened after the height of the lockdown, I was rather relieved: seeing colleagues, stepping out of my house, having a physical work-life divide and therefore balance — these are all causes for celebration. What was really difficult though was having to start... Continue Reading →

Polish The Soul

By Sasha Yes, it’s my body, and your image is not my body image. Body shammers need to wrap that around their heads. I’ll repeat it. What you see in my body is your perception - your representation of my body. It is my body and what you see is not my reality. If you... Continue Reading →

Finding La Dolce Vita From Within

By Mila Ellen Yehl For my whole life, I grew up listening to people comment about my looks. From classmates to people in my family, it seemed to me like everyone had something to say about my appearance. Some comments were about my race and height, which are two things I have absolutely no control... Continue Reading →

Draw Your Flaws

By Emma Hart #DrawYourFlaws #DrawYourFlaws is an idea I came up with to engage with body positivity. Every summer, I have felt very insecure about my body. I was never that skinny girl back in school. I had a lot of stretch-marks whilst growing up. I have a condition called Keratosis which make my arms... Continue Reading →

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