Every body is a yoga body. Every body is a bikini body (just add bikini). And every body, most importantly, is your vehicle for experiencing your one and only life. Diverse, ever-changing, and incredibly complex, *all* of our bods are worth celebrating in all of their glory. That’s why we’ve profiled and photographed a range of women to explore the relationship they have with their bodies and what “body positivity” (the 2019 version) means to them.

Come on this journey to seeing heart-eye emojis of gratitude when you look in the mirror with us. And the first step: Please give yourself a great big bear hug. You’re incredible.

  1. THIS WOMAN IS REFRAMING THE POST-PREGNANCY BODY CONVERSATION—AND WE’RE SO HERE FOR IT

  2. HERE’S WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU’RE BEING BODY-SHAMED AT WORK—FROM SOMEONE WHO’S EXPERIENCED IT

  3. Why working out without a mirror helps me love my body more

  4. How fitness gave this 26-year-old the confidence to have a preventative double mastectomy

  5. We asked 6 women to share their thoughts about body positivity. They didn't hold back.

  6. These 7 activewear brands are cute, comfy, and come in sizes up to *at least* 3X

  7. Quiz: How to find your new favorite bra without stepping foot in a dressing foom

  8. The most important thing I ever did for my self-esteem was to stop wearing pants

  9. How sharing old pictures of myself changed how I felt about my chronic illness

  10. Something to ink about: The body-positive healing power of tattoos for many women

  11. We asked you for your biggest issues with size-inclusive fashion—here are the top 3

  12. Facebook made me want to bury my past—and in doing so, I almost lost sight of myself

  13. After hating my arm hair my whole life, I've come to love it

  14. More fashion brands are jumping on the size inclusive bandwagon, here's how to tell which ones are legit

  15. Why we need to stop conflating weight with self-worth

  16. Before fashion can fix it's size inclusivity problem, we all need to understand what's causing the issue

  17. How an ancient Jewish ritual helped me conquer my body image fears