Body positivity is a social movement that promotes equality and acceptance for bodies of all types and sizes. “One of the goals [of body positivity] is to challenge how our society, particularly all forms of media, presents and views the physical human body,” says Kristen Fuller, MD, in her article on Verywell Mind. It is probably the most well-known out of all three concepts. The body positivity movement was started in the 1960s and was created by and for those in marginalized bodies, including larger bodies, Black, queer, and disabled bodies. Body positivity was created in order to advocate for people who experience discrimination based on how they look.
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