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The Body Protest is a podcast hoping to uncover the hidden journey of the relationship you have with yourself. Exploring the individual obstacles that makes everyone’s journey of self-love complicated and occasionally treacherous, we hope to unify people with the common understanding that the struggle to love ones self, is very real. We hope to explore themes of race, toxic masculinity, eating disorders and general pressures put on us by the media and how these factors altered the journeys o ...
 
Welcome to Unsubscribe - a new podcast that is honest, raw, relatable - with an aim to empower people to unsubscribe from the negativity and resubscribe to patterns of behaviour that will help them be the best version of themselves. Unsubscribe is hosted by @JadaSezer, mental health and body positive activist, and @LouiseTroen, International VP Marketing & Communications for Bumble. Unsubscribe is brought to you by @ Bumble_UK, and powered by @4thFloorCreativeGroup.
 
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Have you ever felt like you’re sick of social media? But then you can’t stop using social media? Do you feel like going out makes you anxious but staying in makes you depressed? Do you feel like your body is changing and you have no idea what to do about it? Do you panic over choosing which emojis to use? Do you feel like you peaked at 18 and it’s been downhill from there? Have you ever felt like... You’re Over It?
 
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Body protesters! We are back! Well almost.... S4 is coming soon but we wanted to pop and say hi. We talk about some reflections on food and bodies from the past 18 months or so as well as 'fat fishing' and fashion. ALSO! Come see us IRL at Cheltenham Festival, Montpellier Gardens on October 9th at 2.30pm - tickets are FREE - just show up. https://w…
 
Hi Body Protester! It's the season finale, and of course, we had to go out with a bang. We are talking to Lena Dunham, Writer, Director, Actress - and of course, Creator and star of the HBO hit Girls which Nadia and I both rewatched during the start of the pandemic and nearly 10 years on since it's debut, it still resonates just deeply. This conver…
 
Hi Body Protesters! This week Honey and Nadia speak with the incredible activist and writer Henna. Henna speaks with us about her experience as a South Asian Woman, telling us about the pressure and beauty ideals one faces when straddling two cultures. We also talk about mirror work, affirmations and self care. Henna is a really wonderful ray of li…
 
Hey Body Protesters! This week we're joined by writer and activist Scarlett Curtis - Co-founder of The Pink Protest and one of the OG driving forces behind the Body Protest Podcast, so it felt very fitting to have her back and chatting with us! Scarlett shares with us her story of chronic pain in her teen years, learning to trust her pain receptors…
 
CW. Drug use. Eating Disorders. Hi Body Protesters! This week Honey and Nadia speak With the founders of Sick Sad Girlz Rosa and Kenzie. They tell us about the cosy corner of the internet they’ve created with nearly 20,000 people sharing their experience of SSG life, and the importance of community and friendship. We discuss accessibility and the p…
 
Hi Body Protesters! This week we're joined by the radiant Becky Young, The founder of Anti Diet Riot Club! We talk about the importance of community, the joy of abundance - and meeting yourself and your needs newly each day. It's a real treat and we hope you enjoy! Register for the Body Riot Weekender: https://antidietriotclub.co.uk/event/the-body-…
 
Hi Body Protesters! This week we’re joined by divine dynamic sister duo, Bebe and Jessie Cave. These Renaissance women shine in comedy, illustration, animation, writing and acting – but most recently have been bringing the most wonderfully honest sisterly magic to ears across the globe, with their podcast, We Can’t Talk about That Right Now. Featur…
 
On this week's episode of I'm Over It, I sit down with Jillian Mercado. Jillian Mercado is an actress and model, currently acting on The L Word: Generation Q. She is one of the first models with a visible physical disability (due to muscular dystrophy) and has continually challenged beauty standards in the fashion industry. Throughout her career, J…
 
Hi Body Protesters! We speak with our first straight male guest, an NHS surgeon and author of Food is Not Medicine, Dr Joshua Wolrich. We talk with Josh about weight stigma, food insecurity and disordered eating, and Josh tells us why some of today’s popular diets are what he calls ‘nutribollocks’. STRAP IN. Also kudos to our pal Laura Thomas who J…
 
Hi Body Protesters! We have another HUGE episode this week – we speak with Professor Bryn Austin, ScD, is an award-winning researcher, teacher, and mentor. Bryn is a Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and in the Division of Adolescent and…
 
Hi Body Protesters! So…it’s official, we are B A C K and are launching S3 with a bang! We speak with the one and only Virgie Tovar – author, podcaster and OG body positivity advocate. We are such big fans of Virgie’s and when you listen you will hear why. She oozes energy and is so smart – her analogy game is next level. Diet culture is a scrub – n…
 
Hi Body Protesters! We have another bonus for you as we are gearing up for S3. We speak with our very first guest of The Body Protest, life coach and author Michelle Elman – who you may know as @scarrednotscared on social media. We talk about themes from her new book: The Joy of Being Selfish so cover BOUNDARIES in depth. We needed this and took no…
 
On this week's episode of I'm Over It, I sit down with Yrsa Daley-Ward. Yrsa is a writer, performer, and storyteller whose powerful poetry is a comment on life and self-appreciation. Her writing tackles issues dealing with all parts of the human condition, such as mental health, sexuality, love, grief, and addiction. H&M has collaborated with Yrsa …
 
On this week's episode of I'm Over It, I sit down with Charlotte Zoller. Charlotte Zoller is a writer, digital creator, model, and creative consultant based in Los Angeles. Her Teen Vogue column, Ask A Fat Girl, explores living life in a larger body. She began her career as a music photographer, which led her to digital and social strategy for bran…
 
Hi Body Protesters! How you doing?! Some good news - we are coming back for Series 3 in a few short weeks!! In the meantime, while we are slowly emerging from our winter hibernation, we thought we’d pop up to say hi and have a little chat, just us. We talk about what carried us through the first few hellish months of 2021 and how we intend to look …
 
***TRIGGER WARNING SEXUAL ASSAULT & SENSITIVE TOPICS*** On this week's episode of I’m Over It, I sat down with producer, writer, advocate, and survivor of D.O.S & NXIVM, India Oxenberg. You most likely have heard about NXIVM as it’s been in the news quite a lot this past year! You may have even watched a documentary or two. The Vow, an HBO document…
 
Hi Body Protesters! In the final episode of Series 2, Honey and Nadia speak with the Comedian and creator of Netflix's the Duchess, Katherine! Ryan! Katherine speaks to Nadia and Honey about: Dating Abuse (CW) Domestic Abuse/Homicide (CW) Pregnancy Loss (CW) Plastic surgery Autoimmune diseases Stress management We hope you enjoy listening! Honey an…
 
Hello Body Protesters! In a very dark week, we hope to bring you all a bit of light with this delightful conversation we had the pleasure of having with Grace Campbell, Comedian, Activist and Author! With her debut book, Amazing Disgrace fresh off the press and two changed laws under her belt, Campbell is quite the powerhouse, and we hope you enjoy…
 
Hi Body Protesters! This week we hear from Nadia's colleague, Dr Emily Matheson. Emily is a research psychologist at the Centre for Appearance Research, UWE Bristol, with experience working in both research and therapeutic settings, and is an expert in cognitive biases and eating disorders. Emily talks to Honey and Nadia about: · Risk factors assoc…
 
Hi Body Protesters! Over zoom we were joined by the prolific podcast Queen, host of the Guilty feminist, Deborah Frances White. It was a beautiful, uplifting conversation and an utter joy to record. Deborah talks to Honey and Nadia about: Dancing through lockdown Growing up around Australian Beauty ideals Being kind to yourself Self validation Hope…
 
Hi Body Protesters! This week's episode is our final pre-covid recording! We speak to the wonderful Women of Hotter: Mary Higgins and Ell Potter! They're the brains behind critically acclaimed Soho Theatre shows Hotter and Fitter, and most recently, the voices behind the Queer fairytale Lem n' Ginge! Ell and Mary speak to Honey and Nadia about: Que…
 
Hi Body Protesters! Another episode recorded before the apocalypse: a conversation with the extraordinary Chidera Eggerue, best-selling author of What a Time to Be Alone and How To Get Over A Boy, also known for #SaggyBoobsMatter. This episode was a joy to record and prompted a long follow-up discussion. Podcast club anyone? Chidera speaks to Honey…
 
Hi Body Protesters! On this episode, Honey and Nadia speak to the wonderful Jamie Windust. We recorded this episode back in February, which feels like three lifetimes ago, but the conversation is just as timely and important. Lean in. Jamie speaks to Honey and Nadia about: Being non-binary The "Jamie" face Pros and cons of trans representation Sett…
 
Hi Body Protesters! We speak to Nadia’s boss (!) and pal, Professor Phillippa Diedrichs. Nadia and Phillippa work together at the Centre for Appearance Research – the world’s largest group of researchers specialising in body image and appearance psychology, based at the University of the West of England in Bristol. Phillippa is a force, you may wan…
 
Hi Body Protesters! Opening series two of The Body Protest is the brilliant plus-size style blogger and writer Stephanie Yeboah! Make yourself comfortable and be prepared for the range! Stephanie talks to Honey and Nadia about: The lasting impact of bullying Dating & rejection The body positivity movement The fetishization of Black bodies Colourism…
 
On this week’s episode of I’m Over It, I sat down with writer, activist, and journalist Scarlett Curtis. At only 25, Scarlett has published two books: Feminists Don't Wear Pink and Other Lies, and It’s Not Okay to Feel Blue & other lies, wrote a weekly column for The Sunday Times Style (she’s currently a contributing editor), and has co-founded the…
 
On this week’s episode of I’m Over It, I sat down with THE go-to expert when it comes to skincare, makeup, and all things beauty, Rio Viera Newton. As a beauty writer for The Strategist, Rio has not only tested it all when it comes to beauty but also gives consistent top tier expert advice when it comes to navigating breakouts, serums, foundation d…
 
On this week's episode, I sat down with the queen of handbags and accessories, Susan Alexandra! If you don’t happen to own one of Susan’s handmade beaded bags, you’ve most definitely seen them around town. Although it’s only been a few years since Susan posted the first bag she made on Instagram—with Opening Ceremony quickly contacting her to order…
 
On this week's episode of I’m over it I sat down with Alexis Williams, a 19-year-old computer science student at New York University. A little bit more than a month ago, Alexis created PB Resources, an online platform that connects people to BLM focused petitions, organizations, customized emails (which you’ve most likely used in recent weeks to se…
 
On this week's episode, I sat down with ~Serena F*cking Kerrigan~ AKA SFK! After working at Refinery 29, with a background in being a digital creative and video producer, Serena decided to leave and pursue her own personal brand as the Queen of Confidence. Though going solo may have proved to be difficult during these times, Serena truly found her …
 
On this week's episode of I’m Over It, I sit down with Aliza Kelly—celebrity and resident astrologer at Cosmopolitan Magazine, fellow podcaster, and author! Before finding herself as a professional astrologer, Aliza was once an art gallery owner and technology co-founder of a dating app based on your star sign called Align! Listen to us talk about …
 
On this week's episode of I’m Over It, I sat down with recording artist and Paper Magazine’s Culture editor, Michael Love Michael. When Michael isn’t writing profiles on individuals like Hayley Williams and introducing new music you need to have on your weekly playlist, they’re producing their own musical jams. Recently, Michael released their seco…
 
If you didn't know already, May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Each episode this month has been closely tied to mental health, so I decided to add to the conversation and share my personal journey. I'm so excited to release my first SOLO episode! Listen to me talk about emotional storms, my medication journey, and accepting my diagnosis. ~*~ Be …
 
This week on I’m Over It, I sat down with Bethany C. Meyers, an American fitness and lifestyle entrepreneur and LGBTQ+ rights activist. Bethany is the founder and CEO of the be.come Project (@thebecomeproject), an incredibly popular online fitness service that offers a body-neutral, I-can-do-it, go-on-and-love-yourself approach to boutique fitness …
 
Live from our bedrooms, it’s I’m Over It Season 3! To kick off the first episode of I'm Over It, I sat down with teen-extraordinaire—although soon to be 20 year old—Emily Odesser. At just fourteen, Emily co-founded and eventually became Editor in Chief of Teen Eye Magazine, an art, culture, and fashion publication COMPLETELY run by, and for creator…
 
On this week's episode, we have the live recording of the I'm Over It Holiday Party. The I’m Over It Holiday Party consisted of a live panel recording of a podcast episode. The overarching theme of the panel was self-care over the holidays and the pros and cons of our social media-driven reality. After the panel discussion, we opened up the room to…
 
CW. metal health/suicide This week, Nadia and Honey speak with Montana Rose Brown, co-founder of the swimwear brand Swim Society and star of Love Island 2017. She talks to us about the pressure of being looked at, Love Island, body confidence, Instagram and being a girls’ girl. We also speak about the responsibility of ITV to provide aftercare and …
 
Natalia Mantini is an LA-born photographer based out of New York City. Entirely self-taught, Natalia has photographed for The New York Times, Viceland, Converse, and Paper Magazine. At just 31 years old she has shot an extensive list of people including J-Lo, Kim Gordon, Karen O, Barbie Ferreria, Oscar-nominated actress Yalitza Aparicio, Ashley Tis…
 
This week, Honey and Nadia speak to feminist icon Susie Orbach, psychoanalyst, writer, activist, and broadcaster about body politics, feminism, and activism. We also hear about the inspiration and response to Susie’s seminal book published in 1978, Fat is a Feminist Issue. (FYI: Susie refers to this book affectionally as ‘fifi’) and Susie tells us …
 
Chrissy Rutherford is the special projects director of HarpersBazar.com. Having always been passionate and involved in the fashion world, Chrissy has also been vocal about her struggles with anxiety. Listen to us talk about self-sabotage, the "chill-girl" narrative, and overcoming fear of flying. Find her work at Harper's Bazar US and follow her at…
 
This week Nadia and Honey talk with Comedian and writer Jack Rooke. We talk about dating while fat, gay culture and body ideals, toxic masculinity, enjoying fashion as a plus size guy and worrying less. Follow Jack: https://www.instagram.com/jackdaverooke/?hl=en Subscribe for new episodes every Monday! Follow Honey: https://www.instagram.com/honeyk…
 
This week Nadia and Honey talk to actress, comedian and star of Shrill, Lolly Adefope. We talk about being black in comedy, navigating weight gain and being plus size in the public eye and filming the show Shrill. Follow Lolly on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lollyadefope Follow Lolly on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lollyadefope Subscribe fo…
 
This week Nadia and Honey talk to two of our favourite Instagram mums; Kelly Maxine Ford (@BookOfMum) and Natalie Lee (@StyleMeSunday). We talk about raising body confident kids, social media and everything in between! Follow Kelly: https://www.instagram.com/bookofmum/ Follow Natalie: https://www.instagram.com/stylemesunday/ Subscribe for new episo…
 
Yuna is an amazingly talented Malaysian pop superstar, with a newly released album entitled “Rouge,” featuring artists including Tyler the Creator, G-Eazy, and Jay Park. But, for those who aren’t familiar with Yuna, there are a couple of things that set the artist apart from the rest. Yuna doesn’t necessarily fit the typical Hollywood mold for what…
 
This week Nadia and Honey talk to consultant dermatologist and author of 'The Skincare Bible', Dr Anjali Mahto BSc MBBCh FRCP about the link between diets and spots and what you should actually do when you get a spot! More about Anjali: https://www.instagram.com/anjalimahto Subscribe for new episodes every Monday! Follow Honey: https://www.instagra…
 
This week Nadia and Honey talk to model and activist Naomi Shimada. We discuss whether fashion really is becoming more inclusive, what it means to be a plus size model, beauty standards in Japan and mixed feelings about social media. Naomi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/naomishimada Mixed Feelings Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mixed-Feelings…
 
****THIS PODCAST EPISODE MAY BE TRIGGERING FOR SOME**** Mattie Larson is a former American artistic gymnast. In 2010 she was the national champion on floor exercises, and later that year at the World Championships was awarded a silver medal for competing with the USA in the team competition. Mattie continued to compete at UCLA college from 2012 to …
 
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