Not everyone finds empowerment by going makeup-free. Sha’Condria “iCon” Sibley shares her struggles with acne, eczema, and more – and proves how makeup can be a powerful tool for survival.
Wanting support from loved ones is a really smart step toward taking care of yourself. But when you’re struggling, it can be hard to know where to start. This plan can help you get the help you deserve.
When you’ve grown up with toxic parents, it’s hard to predict how you’ll feel around holidays like New Year’s. Whatever you feel, it’s okay and valid – and this author has some great tips to help you get through the holidays.
You’ve probably heard how important self-care is. But if you’re in college – especially if you’re a marginalized student – you also know it can be hard to juggle self-care with school. These tips can help.
Is it okay to call someone fat? Can you tell what a healthy body “looks” like? Marie Southard Ospina how the body positive movement is taking on these questions – and why that matters for you.
Can you relate to this woman’s struggles? Anna Binkovitz struggled through sexual violence, objectification, and self-doubt. This gorgeous poem is a wonderful story of how masturbation helped her.
Are you one of those people who finds a new “body hate site” and posts it everywhere to validate your outrage? We understand – but here’s why that might not be the most effective strategy, with tips for better ways to deal.
If you can relate to the awful lessons people taught this author about his hair, you’ll love the affirmations he has for fellow Afro Latinxs.
“Sometimes, it is all you can do to keep yourself breathing.” If you’re a trans woman of color who’s thinking about suicide, you’re not alone. Here are the lessons that helped this author keep breathing, even on the hardest days.
This author once believed the toxic messages that feminine gay men are undesirable and unlovable. These strategies helped him love himself – and they can remind you that you’re worth loving, too.