“I thought, if people knew I played sports then it wouldn't matter how big my body is. Turns out that's not the case.”
As a report exposes Instagram’s harmful impact on teenage girls, we ask local teens about their own complex relationships with the platform.
The beauty standards of influencer culture are damaging and unrealistic, but there are some advocating for visible change, writes Amy Blair
Ruby and Liam GM Emily Miller-Sharma gets honest about clothing sizes - and offers easy tips for finding your correct measurements.
Marc Jacobs' transparency about his recent facelift was shockingly refreshing. But one wonders if a woman would be treated in the same way?
Elite sportswomen are expected to be faster, stronger, fitter, and leaner than ever before. But at what cost to their health?
An honest, and deeply personal, take on diet culture and existing in a world designed to make us feel less than.
The NYT bestselling author sits with Jess Molina for a thought-provoking discussion ahead of her appearance at the Auckland Writers Festival
A longtime Gwyneth apologist on why she’s finally had enough.
"While we’ve been together for, well, ever I can’t really think of the last time I was particularly nice to you."
Grassroots arts festival FATFEB is looking to destigmatise the fat experience, in life, pop culture, and fashion.