First Person is a series of personal essays exploring identity and personal points of view that shape who we are. CNN You've met me before. I'm the fat, funny girl who is often hailed for my confidence and self-esteem.
Sorting Last Post on Top Message:. I am a chubby girl and this post is the exact reason I Dont wear a bikini. I am chubby.
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Many people in real life have body image issues that lead them to obsess about food and think of themselves as fat even when they're not, or even if they're trim or underweight. Like Hollywood Homely characters, if you took the Hollywood Pudgy character out of her movie and plunked her down among a representative sample of real women, she'd fit in because she looks normal, even good in comparison. As an average-sized person, the Hollywood Pudgy character is or appears to be overweight by medical standards but not nearly obese.
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Since its inception inThe Studio Museum's mission has always been to support and show artists of African descent; Bearden, who is arguably the greatest African American artist of the 20th century and who was instrumental in the museum's founding, is an icon at the museum. To honor Bearden in the centennial year, The Studio Museum enlisted an impressive range of artists all of African descent to celebrate him, asking each to contribute a work inspired by his legacy. Such a show would be inconceivable at almost any other museum in New York -- it's hard to imagine a show of painters coming together to commemorate Jackson Pollock for his upcoming centennial, inwithout also imagining most of them ditching the task altogether -- but "The Bearden Project" is a family affair, featuring some of the most prominent African American artists working today Glenn Ligon, Alison Saar, Faith Ringgold alongside equally exhilarating efforts by younger artists Kamau Amu Patton, Wangechi Mutu and Njideka Akunyili, among them.
Remember Me. In November, I had my last cancer-related surgery. My temporary tissue expanders were replaced with permanent breast implants, and I was instructed to give my body six weeks to recover, after which I could return to my usual activities. After five weeks and 6 days, I gave in and started exercising.