If you believe you need a tummy tuck, finding the right person with the right expertise is critical. Dr Michael Yunaev is very much that person.
I was mostly untouched by beauty standards until I had a daughter. We know it’s more than appearances, but having to force that upon her is a Herculean feat.
As we creep closer to summer, our attention again turns to body standards. It is, in effect, the perfect illusion of exclusive inclusivity.
The standard equation that we women are told is: If you love our body we should buy x to take care of it. But I’m wondering why we can’t break the cycle of tying body positivity with retail excess.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? In our TBS Next Gen program, we publish content by Australian students mentored by TBS writers. This week, Charlotte, 15, explains the body image that is expected of her.
I’ve recently discovered that I have fat on my vulva, but that reductive surgery is a popular option. Too much information? Yeah. I’m living it.
Ahoy rabid Reddit fans! The most meaningless day of the week slips around so fast, doesn’t it? Check out this rubbish we brought back from the internet dump…
TBS spoke to The Nude Nutritionist Lyndi Cohen about her least favourite things on social media and why she decided to go Photoshop free.
If you reckon that individuality is defined by fashion, Polly Chester thinks perhaps it’s you who needs to take a good hard look in the mirror.
Richard Jackson’s weekly long reads cover BIID (Body Integrity Identity Disorder), music, defence lawyer Judy Clarke and those who police political correctness.
Tom Caru found the secret to good health is accepting the best version of yourself, not the best of everyone else – face it, there will always be someone who is stronger, faster or “hotter”…
Barbie’s new competition, “Lammily”, is imperfect, average. Normal. But Bronte O’Brien says branding Lammily as the arbiter of “normal” is more damaging than the Barbie illusion.
Change.org have started a petition slamming Victoria’s Secret for a less-than-perfect marketing campaign, but April Davis is wondering if it’s not as harmful as it appears.
Lyndi Polivnick isn’t surprised by the connection between the rise in obesity and anxiety, but finding a solution to the issue must be stress-free…
Mark Chu identifies the real challenge in “The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia” – we must all stop hating society’s overweight.