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Hemos escuchado miles de veces acerca de esta nueva tendencia de sana aceptación a nuestro cuerpo, sea como sea. Muchas veces, cumplir con los estándares de belleza impuestos por la televisión y las revistas es imposible. Las mujeres curvy hoy en día buscan un lugar dentro de la moda.

Últimamente han salido a la luz pública varias chicas fashionistas que están marcando fuerte esta nueva ola de aceptar y disfrutar tu cuerpo, disfrutar la moda. ¡Nos encantan!

A pesar de que aún existe un idiota rechazo, ellas han sabido anteponerse a situaciones que podrían acabar con la autoestima de muchas personas.

Así que en este post te vamos a compartir algunas cuentas de bloggeras súper curvy y súper fashionistas que nos enseñan a usar lo que nos gusta sin miedo a presumir nuestro cuerpo tal y como es. Recuerda que todas somos hermosas, no importa si eres grande, pequeña, alta, gordita, muy delgada, pecosa, pálida… lo importante es amarte.


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I’m currently navigating what this platform will look like going forward, and honestly, I don’t think there will be such a thing as “going back to normal” as some have suggested; “normal” was not enough, so as I look ahead, things might look & feel a little different for me. Though I’m still figuring it out and re-evaluating many parts of my career and *especially* how I use social media, I wanted to share some of the commitments and goals I am making:⁣ ⁣ I will continue sharing resources.⁣ ⁣ I will continue amplifying marginalized voices. ⁣ ⁣ I will continue to redistribute a portion of my income through mutual-aid funds and organizations that center Black, Indigenous, POC + LGBTQ individuals. ⁣ ⁣ I plan to focus MORE on amplifying small business, especially those from Black-founders, especially those that are mission-driven. ⁣ ⁣ While I have some existing contracts I am obligated to see through, I am going to continue holding brands accountable to engage influencers with equity & inclusion as a priority, and specifically address issues around pay parity. ⁣ ⁣ I do not take for granted, at all, that many brands use influencers like myself and my peers to give the veneer of inclusivity (as it relates to size diversity, LGBTQ inclusion, racial diversity, and more) – and that we also lend further credibility to these brands. While I’ve always had a fairly stringent vetting process, especially as it relates to fair labor practices, I plan to take this further, and hold the brands I’ve had the privilege of working with accountable to doing more, and better, both within their corporate structures and in how they play external optics. ⁣ ⁣ I’ve prided myself on being outspoken & using my platform for good for a long time – but the truth is, I need, and want, to do more. I owe that to my community, to my peers, and to myself. The very fact that I am white-passing makes me complicit in many of the ways other talent have been mistreated in my industry, and knowing that, I intend to continue using my privilege to advocate for my peers. I invite other influencers, creative consultants, editors and contributors in media to stand together on this; we’re stronger together 🖤

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