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Incels Spend Hours Telling Each Other What Plastic Surgeries to Get
Men who are “involuntarily celibate” flock to online forums for self-improvement tips.
Even Giant Fish Can’t Ignore the Siren’s Call of Plastic Surgery
Not everything is better down where it’s wetter.
No-Makeup Julianne Moore Tackles Unreal Beauty Standards in Pirelli Calendar
Peter Lindbergh said it’s about “calling out the terror of perfection.”
Lupita Nyong’o Talks About the ‘Lording of Lighter Skin’
She discussed the importance of seeing darker-skinned women represented.
Kerry Washington on Not Conforming in Hollywood
“I was often told to fix things, like,
fix your teeth, wear your hair differently, or dress differently
. Or I was too ethnic or I didn’t speak black enough.”
they've created a monster
These Pictures of the Ideal Male Body Prove Photoshop Is Hard
But not as hard as living under patriarchy!
Amy Schumer, Barbie, and the New-Era Playmates Are More Than Just a PR Stunt
Beauty is a whole mess of contradictions.
A Model’s Righteous Letter to the Agency That Called Her ‘Too Big’
“I cannot miraculously shave my hip bones down.”
Topshop Will Ditch Dubiously Sized Mannequins
The latest retailer to concede that its fiberglass models are unreasonably proportioned.
Unrealistic Beauty Standards Making Dogs Fat
Fat-shaming your dog is the new fat-shaming your kid.
Viola Davis: I Didn’t Want to Be the
The actress explains her choice to “woman up.”
Allison P. Davis
Read Laverne Cox’s Essay About Caitlyn Jenner and Trans Beauty Standards
“Most trans folks don’t have the privileges Caitlyn and I now have.”
Allison P. Davis