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How being attractive for a living can impact body image.


Hi friend,

Happy 4th of July!

Personally I’ll be spending the afternoon with my family, and leaning into the restorative and self-care side of the social justice journey… because you can’t keep the fight for liberation going without filling your own tank, right??

Before that, though, I wanted to take a moment to tell you about the podcast episode that just dropped!

First of all— in case you haven’t heard about it yet— my podcast is called This Is (Not) About Your Body, and it’s a place where I bring on guests to talk about all the real things body image issues are actually about, because they’re never just about how you look. ;-)

And while I’ve had some incredible conversations with my guests so far this season, I’m particularly excited about today’s episode, featuring a woman named Isabelle Miller. Isabelle is a curve model and content creator who runs her own business through social media and OnlyFans, and her accounts are full of sexy-glam photos of herself in bikinis and lingerie.

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I was already interested in talking to Isabelle, because she makes her living by essentially being attractive and desirable to men, and I wanted to hear more about the impact a business like that has on a person’s body image.

But on top of that, Isabelle has also gone through the experience of gaining a significant amount of weight while running this business in the public eye, and used that experience to find her way from body insecurities to body acceptance.

The episode is called Gaining Weight in the Public Eye with Isabelle Miller, and in it, Isabelle shares her unique story with us, including:

  • What it was like to face the “worst case scenario” in her line of work, and not only survive it, but actually see her business steadily grow.

  • How she was able to detach from people’s judgements of her body, and decide that the only person she needs to please is herself.

  • Tons of nuanced insights about confidence, self-worth, and how to overcome body image issues.

If you’ve ever thought that gaining a significant amount of weight would be your “worst case scenario,” or worried that having a bigger body means people won’t find you desirable or attractive, then this episode is for you.

Wishing you a day full of joy,


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