By Rosie Molinary on May 5, 2008
What I love about myself: My hair and my brain. My biggest challenge in accepting my body and beauty: Trying not to compare myself to others and accept that my body is perfectly imperfect and capable of so much! I participated in my first sprint triathlon last Sept and that put me back in my […]
By Rosie Molinary on February 25, 2008
Since I don’t have A Body Warrior to Meet for the week (want to be a Body Warrior?), we’ll all have to be today’s Body Warrior(s)! Below I’ve started a Body Warrior pledge, and I want you to sign it—and offer any of your own mantras. You can sign off on it by hitting the comment bar and […]
By Rosie Molinary on February 22, 2008
On Wednesday, I traveled to Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina to give a talk on some of the things that I learned while writing Hijas Americanas. It is always good to be back on a college campus, engaging in thoughtful discussion with young people who really understand that if they engage their bright, vibrant minds, the possibilities are […]
By Rosie Molinary on February 1, 2008
For 10 years, the National Organization for Women has been engaged in the Love Your Body Campaign: looking at ways that Hollywood, the fashion industry, and the media project images that impact the confidence and self esteem of girls and women. Check out their slideshow for an interesting look at The As, Bs, Cs, and […]
By Rosie Molinary on January 30, 2008
I mentioned a few weeks ago that I felt a revolution was in the works with regards to pop culture beauty standards, so imagine my delight when I came across this article in Newsweek (which includes truths like: “People would like to see somebody up there who reflects how people on the street really look”).
By Rosie Molinary on January 23, 2008
Just came across this article about a movement down under to change the images that young women see in the media. Cheers to another great step in the revolution to celebrate the beauty in all of us!