It’s strange when a song you love becomes a social media sensation.
For months, the song ‘Soldier, Poet, King’ has consistently popped up on my Instagram feed. With its folksong feel and catchy chorus, it’s captured the imagination of the internet, getting 140 million streams on Spotify. It’s even inspired a personality quiz revealing whether you’re a soldier, a poet, or a king. The custom is to broadcast your results on TikTok or Instagram, singing along to the verse dedicated to your archetype.
To mark International Women’s Day, the award-winning Loose Women Body Stories campaign is back, and it’s back with a bang.
With a focus on ‘Celebrating Every Body’, it puts older women, disabled women, and women from ethnic minorities in the spotlight. It’s empowering. It’s relatable. It’s necessary.
How do you see your body? How do you feel about your body? How do you behave towards your body?
In a recent survey, 75% of women said they avoid mirrors because of negative body image, and 58% that they have no body confidence. Whether we wish our thighs were smaller or our skin was smoother, we all have our insecurities.
Lent is a significant season in the year for Christians – a time of solemnity and self-reflection where they confess their failings and resolve to live a more godly life based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. It lasts for just over six weeks leading up to Easter.
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