HUFFPOST PERSONAL 11/28/2018 12:00 pm ET Updated 20 hours ago By Jamie Feldman The internet can play wildly contradictory roles in the body-positive movement. On one hand, social media has allowed demand for inclusivity to spread quickly and broadly ― increasingly, the people in media and on runways more closely reflect what consumers and audiences actually look like. It has never been easier to find and follow people on social media who advocate for self-love and inspire their audiences to do the same. But the internet can also be, to put it mildly, a hellscape. Those who have made a career of being open and vulnerable with their followers about issues of body image and activism are no doubt familiar with the vitriol and bad behavior that come from trolls. It’s hard to imagine what being on the receiving end of that kind of hate ― and that kind of love! ― might feel like to a person who promotes inclusion and advocates for self-love. So we reached out to those very people to find out. Below, eight women who blog, model, write, advocate and are making a difference in their communities and beyond talk about what putting themselves out… Read full this story
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