By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. A plus-size model is hitting back at the perception that a lb woman like herself doesn't work out while showing off her curves in a stunning nude shoot. Tabria Majors, 29, bared all for a spread featured in Women's Health's ' Naked Strength ' issue as she continues to fight the negative stereotypes associated with larger bodies. I take a lot of pride in that,' Tabria wrote in an essay for the magazine. Nude shoot: Tabria Majors, 29, bared all for a stunning spread featured in Women's Health. Perception: In an essay she wrote for the magazine, the model said people on set often assume she doesn't work out or eats unhealthy foods because she weighs lbs. She explained that people often assume that she lives a sedentary lifestyle or doesn't eat a healthy diet because of her size. When she is on set, she is often told she is 'lucky' she doesn't have to work out, and some even go as far as saying they wish they could 'eat junk food all the time' like she does, which is far from the truth. That takes a lot of calculated nutrition and specific workouts,' she said. Meanwhile, I'll be told to walk.
News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. They dared to bare — and be judged on their look — and talked openly about their bodies. So for all those fretting about flabby stomachs — and the four in ten who feel too embarrassed even for their own partner to see them in the buff — read on for an insight into what blokes really think. She says:. I get lots of compliments.
Beauty standards are fleeting, arbitrary, and often impossible to reach. Our wonderfulness is in our difference. Francesc photographed people who have been bullied for the things that make them different — from a prosthetic eye to their weight — but have learned to embrace and love their bodies. Someone told her to not show her back to anyone, because no one wants a misshapen girlfriend. The experience of photographing these people allowed Francesc to hear their stories of discrimination and bullying. The series features Imelda, whose application to rent a room was denied due to racism, Guille, who was bullied for alopecia, and Abel, who was harassed simply for dressing outside of traditional gender binaries. MORE: Plus size woman explains why she feels more confident than she did as a size MORE: Six mates of all sizes pose for nude body positive photo shoot in nothing but rainbow glitter. MORE: How to deal with vacne. The Fix The daily lifestyle email from Metro.
Nothing like the sight of two beautiful naked women in an embrace to get attention. And the message is powerful. In a pictorial for Plus Model magazine, the lushly gorgeous Katya Zharkova entwines with a far thinner female whose face is obscured. The caption reads, "Most runway models meet the body mass index physical criteria for anorexia. There's more. As the magazine asks, "What's wrong with our bodies anyway?