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Robyn Lawley, who made serious waves earlier this year as the first 'plus-size' model to grace the pages of Sports Illustrated, is creating another body positive movement: renaming the term 'stretch-marks'.The model and new mother took to her Facebook to celebrate her body changes during her pregnancy; instead of hiding her stretch-marks she decided to embrace her post-baby body: 'As for my stretch marks, I knew they were coming and as they're fading into white (like all my others) I thought I might capture them," she wrote. And I earned them.' The model went on to say: 'And to anyone who feels bad about your body especially after a baby, you are a warrior, you created a life inside of you, that's no easy feat.' Well said, Robyn.
Thanks to competing business interests and the differing needs of users, it’s a problem that’s unlikely to be solved anytime soon, if ever.
As if we didn’t have enough logins and passwords to remember, or enough digital pathways to communicate with our fellow human beings.
Will there ever come a point when we look at this digital detritus and say, “Enough is enough”?
Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter are some of the biggest names.
Then there are hybrid social/messaging platforms like Snapchat, and business-focused ones like Linked In, and hobby-based ones like Pinterest.
Beyond that, you also have to decide which devices you want to play your music on before subscribing. Do you have enough of those around, and are they in the places you typically listen to music?