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Mejores campañas curvy de 2015

Redefiniendo la belleza

24/11/2015 | Autor: @Revista20s
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Este año pudimos ver varios movimientos que promovían la aceptación de todo tipo de formas, cuerpos y colores. Podemos decir que 2015 fue el año de las curvas.

Aquí te dejamos un recuento de las 5 mejores campañas de este tiempo:


1. Adipositivity Project

Es en un calendario que se publica cada año y que incluye a mujeres de talla grande. La fotógrafa es la aclamada Substantia Jones. 



2. Thank You For Staring

Trata de una colección de ropa plus size diseñada por Alysse Dalessandro, que también promueve la inclusividad de distintas razas.


The new collection and website are both FINALLY live at readytostare.com! I don't think I've ever worked this hard on...

Posted by Alysse Dalessandro on Viernes, 16 de octubre de 2015


Body Positivity, lo que necesitas saber del cuerpo curvy


3. All Bodies are Good Bodies

Es un movimiento de la diseñadora Mallorie Dunn, de Smart Glamour, que ha impactado mucho. Asimismo, tiene la iniciativa #SameSizeDifferentEyes, que intenta retratar la belleza en diferentes complexiones, estaturas y pesos. Con el hashtag #AllBodiesAreGoodBodies encontrarás más de 28 mil posts en Instagram.


When people ask, "How are you?" I often don't know how to respond. I dislike lying; however, if I tell them the truth, they'll get uncomfortable. Most of the time I respond with the placid, "I'm good" and smile, but in reality I'm struggling. I'm so depressed that it's clouding the way I see everything. A person can say, "Look how pretty her hair is!" And to me it sounds like, "Your hair is so tangled and gross, don't you wish you could look like her, so I wouldn't be embarrassed to be seen with you?" or "My dogs are so cute" and I interpret that as "My dogs are so much cuter than your dogs." How ridiculous is that? I'm actively fighting these overwhelming feelings, but everytime someone talks to me, what they say is immediately translated into something negative. This is just one of the many facets of my depression, but it weighs on me daily. However, I'm not giving in to it. I'm not going to allow these issues to become who I am. I will be open about how I'm feeling, reevaluate situations before reacting, and seek out the good in myself and others. I will not succumb to the blanket of insecurities that wrap around me. I will practice therapeutic methods to work through my anxiety and show others we stand together in the fight to recovery. It's not easy, but it can be done. We are strong, and we can choose to find joy. We can choose to find peace. We can choose to fight. And I do. #LoveYourself #Encouragement #BoPo #Feminist #AlternativeCurves #effyourbeautystandards #celebratemysize #bodypositive #pizzasisters4lyfe #dietdropout #allbodiesaregoodbodies #imnoangel #mybodymyrules #Empowered #riotsnotdiets #Confident #LoveYourself #NobodyShame #SelfLoveWarrior #Happy #edrecovery #Empowerallbodies #Inspiration #GoddessVibes #Inspire #Beautiful #Girlgang #BodyPosi #BodyPositivity #BeautyisNotGeneric

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My Bopo Journey The photo on the left was taken around 9 months ago, the one on the right, last week. I remember feeling anxious about uploading the first photo as it was my first full-length 'body' photo out there on social media. Upon rediscovering the first photo, the biggest difference I notice between the two is not any weight loss or gain, not what I'm wearing, but the way I am holding myself. My body positive journey hasn't always been easy, but looking at these photos side by side confirms for me, indefinitely, that my relationship with my body has become so, so much more positive than I ever thought possible. My rounded, protective shoulders have gone, my arms no longer want to fold around my stomach to disguise it, I don't feel that I need to wear black to disguise my figure, my smile is not nervous, I am more open, more honest, the way I feel about my body is 100% more raw and true than the hate that I let fester inside me for so long. I do sometimes have to overcome obstacles, when certain thoughts creep in. But, in spite of this, I can fundamentally say that finding body positivity has changed my life, the way I look is no longer at the forefront of my mind and I can honestly, truly experience things free from my own judgement. If you are at the beginning of your journey and find that you doubt yourself, that you can't look in the mirror without questioning your body, then I promise you that it will get better. You will find body love and you are worthy of all the love in the world - you just need to believe it

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#MyFatSexStory, defendiendo el sexo curvy




4. I'm No Angel

Probablemente, la más famosas de estas propuestas. Fue lanzada en abril de 2015 por Lane Bryant, con 5 modelos curvy como imagen principal.  Es una contrapropuesta a los ángeles de Victoria's Secret.



5. #BeautyBeyondSize

Una de las etiquetas más utilizadas por chicas plus size. Es muy fácil encontrar referencias buscándolo internet. Sin duda, una idea que quiere revolucionar la percepción que tenemos de belleza.



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