Jen McLellan, blogger, body-positive advocate and mentor to plus-size mothers-to-be, recently conducted the Cardboard Courage Project, encouraging women of all shapes and sizes to denounce distorted body standards by stripping down and holding up signs of empowerment.
“Recently women of all shapes, sizes, colors, and ages came forward to participate with the Cardboard Courage project. This project aims to redefine the beauty standards that the media keeps pushing upon us. By stripping down, these women were empowered to stand courageously behind the messages they held up. Messages of body love, beauty, and strength. This is Cardboard Courage…”
Because of my own body-positive advocacy and continued determination to extinguish fat prejudice, I decided to join in on the project, emphasizing the Enchanted Zaftig motto, “Embrace Your Curves.” I am proud to be amongst such strong, beautiful women!
If you’d like to participate in the next Cardboard Courage Project, sign up for Jen’s newsletter here.
And remember: Your curves do not hinder you ~ they enhance you!
2 responses to “The Cardboard Courage Project”
Thank so much for participating and spreading the word. You are stunning and inspiring!!
Thank YOU so much, Jen, for creating the Cardboard Courage Project and supporting the body-positive lifestyle! You rock!