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"molly forbes" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast

Body Cons Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"molly forbes" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast

"Welcome to body cons. Thank you so much for listening. I'm Molly Forbes. And this is usually the part of the podcast when my co-host Loti says I'm Lottie story except Lahti is actually sitting here with me today during the pandemic were actually recording this slightly different days. So if you're listening to this thinking why is molly on her own whereas Lottie gone? This is not some sort of salacious gossip. There's no drama. It's not like when Jerry left the spice girls or I don't know when Robbie went solo leaving tape that no not at all. Laci is very much here. She's done the interview this week and next week it will be me during the interview. And we're basically taking in tons so if you've listened to previous episodes of body cons previous series. You'll know that usually it's very much a conversation between me and Lottie together around our kitchen table and then we go off together and we travel around the country and we interviewed various different experts. Oviously that is not possible at the moment. Lachey lives in Bristol. I live in Devon so. We're recording the POKU separately. I'm putting it together and hopefully you will still appreciate this. Glorious Mishmash the brilliant different people that we're speaking to and you'll be kind to us and not be to cross the audio. Might not sound as polished as you used to so normally we shy going up or going down but we thought for this emergency series of party cons. No one needs to head the going down going down around us everywhere the moment so we thought instead we would just take it in turns to chef from that. We both love so this week. It's my turn and I wanted to share something that I saw Ruby Tondo tweets last week there was a TV show on BBC solely problematic TV. Show I'm not gonNA name it because I'm not going to be negative but I was not a fan and Ruby. Tondo is not a fan either and so she wanted to chef some loveliness and joyous stuff about eating and food and kind of a healthy relationship with food even looks like and this is actually something that I read in tally. Reis Book recently. It's a quote from Ellen. Sata from her book which is a one thousand nine hundred. Eighty three book called secrets of feeding a healthy family. Ellen Sata is a Dietitian and psychotherapist and I just saw the way that she talks about eating and what normal eating in inverted commas is. I just saw. It was just really lovely so I'm going to read it to you. Normal eating is eating competence. It is going to the table hungry and eating until you are satisfied. It is being able to choose foods you enjoy and eats it and truly get enough of it. Not just stop eating because he thinks he should normally eating is being able to give some thought to your food selections so you get nutritious food but not being so wary restrictive that you miss out on enjoyable food. Normally eating is giving yourself permission to eat. Sometimes because you are happy sad or board or just because it feels good normally ting is mostly three meals a day or four or five or it can be choosing to munch along the way. It is leaving some cookies on the plate. Because you know you can have some again tomorrow or it is eating more now because they taste so wonderful. Normally eating is over eating at times feeling stuffed and uncomfortable and it comes under eating at times and wishing you had more normal eating is.

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"molly forbes" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast

Body Cons Podcast

14:56 min | 3 years ago

"molly forbes" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast

"Welcome to body cons a collection of conversations about buddies. I'm not brighter training. Counselor and Psychology Geek. And I'm Molly Forbes. Brewed Kosta UH campaigner and body image. INFLUENCE ACE UM They hello welcome back or hey you're oh doing okay and have a lovely week and have you had a lovely weekend. I'm excited about this week's interview I'm so excited about it it because I wasn't there and I've never heard I basically the person that we're interviewing in this episode is TERI waters. Who is behind a an online magazine? Kazini could be on edit and Terry what the journalists in the fashion industry for a while. She's very much in the body positive space on lying and and she has some proper good stuff to say so. I went along back in the summit retirees flat in London and we just had this really lush big chat. You had to go back and get trained in easy and I remember taxing you off dude. That was so good. You aw excited to hear particularly interested in this one solves law that I couldn't be there because back in the day. That's what I did my dissertation on for my undergraduate degree which was about the impact of women's magazines on self esteem. And so I really wanted to to meet Terry and have a chat with her about her experience both in the magazine industry and now doing something very different. Say Keep listening listening for some proper insider gossip stuff that you will not believe stuff that you'll think no that only happens on TV films. I love with me. I'm not I I'm the hyping. Is it listening to that. So it's that time of the show where we find the things that we d love and we love so much around foot image. It's going up going down so molly this week. I got a OH positively I. I know what's what's become of me so my coming up. This week is an instagram account. The I love you know when you scrolling and you're kind of like whereas the number one thing that I want to look out today and said you know and she scroll her name is less raw you'll going going on there and you're like what am I looking at and you just Y- and then and then you see it and then you see that little nugget of goodness and I am really picky with people that I follow and I like to think I have a really lovely diverse feed and I've got some good stuff on there but some days as you get an empty scroll in. It's just like yeah you need to follow the mind. Geek is so mad. Now sorry are you okay. So this is a therapist who works in Dublin. And what she does though is she kind of reduces reduces down some really complex ideas things like imposter syndrome procrastination the way. We put people on pedestals and she does. Was it in this kind of like a sticky note kind of format so she draws sticky notes and they are you know when you read something almost like a horoscope or something. That's me that's me. I identify with it so much and so her her actual images are very direct. Things that speak very clearly ability because they're posted basically but then within the comments she goes into a little bit more detail around unpicking some of that stuff and helping ping to kind of make it clearer and she does them in series so is like four posts that are you know what is this thing. How do you identify hi it what can you do about it? It's amazing I love her so much I've she's gone online mace recent one. She's obviously done a little series about something called the Ma wound. Oh Wow we may have a mother wound up being our full selves around her risked punishment. We weren't unable to turn to our the mother support. We felt she competed with us. A mother was physically or emotionally abusive. She was volatile or absent we had two parent para I and then she goes on to the next pays she says signs of the mother wound down player achievements and abilities. Suspicious of others intentions could be described as is a people pleaser confused about who we are and it goes on. I know from reading that the I definitely don't have another way and I think that the mother. Oh my God. That's a new thing that I've learned today. Love it interesting. Yeah the mother wind is quite a Gosh they say much in its brilliant. So her name is Sarah. Jane crosby she goes under the name of the Mind Geek and I just feel like she's got a really clever way of love breaking some of that stuff down to really really accessible ways that we can all start to understand some of our behaviors. That's really what it's about whereas the stuff come from. How does it play out in our lives? Now what can we do to maybe make some changes. If we're not happy with the way that you know certain aspects of our lives applying our. Oh my Gosh I love it. Thank you for sharing that on gifts GonNa kiss is a tricky one because it's not directly related to body image but then it's all related tamers ourselves exactly but it's also. I think a lot of stuff said the things I listed out like imposter syndrome placing other people on pedestals and stuff procrastination in those three areas very directly affect the way you feel about your body all the way that you treat your body or hundred percent that's a massive Overlap with all this stuff is it's not just about looking in the mirror and liking what you say or not this week. I've got a and it's kind of I just I just want to do is low. Shout out nor really lack of proper big one. But a ted talks felicity hayward who is a curve model one the host on Naked Beach. She is doing something so cool this week. She's doing her I had no way that's amazing. NFL She's doing at Leamington Spa. And it's in a series called outside Ismay. The outside is series. The blurb says. Let's go outside. Buxom trends ends stray from our lanes. Skew off you celebrate. The shunned embraced the Tabu. The names of the written off up in lights. They didn't conform. They opted for the fringes. They did it that way. Outsiders who's in and felicity is speaking all about the what she's done in. The process is industry Being being a trailblazer in pushing for change within the fashion industry says how she's one of the host on Channel Four's Nike Beach Talks About Self Love. Diversity esotique confidence. I'm excited to see what she's going to say. I can't think of anything. Many things in life more intimidation than having to do a Tedtalk is going to be intimidated by name. She's been practicing practicing. You have to be properly trained for ECON just like rock up and be like hi I really want. They called the Ted Commandments. You have to follow I was watching one with Amy Tan. Recently the author and she was saying that she wanted to recall of those so she sort of list them up on the screen which which I thought was quite interesting so she's worth watch. Stop that one's definitely worth watch. I have watched a tedtalk recently. By which spy model Cameron Russell. I see that one. Yes look on everything believe me. I'm a model yet. That's that was a while ago and it awhile ago. Yeah I mean you could probably watch that one alongside than felicity relevant is really relevant. I think the two together would be really interesting. What maybe like a playlist of all the all the ones image? I feel like Ted talks that I if you're in a bevere rock if you're having one of those days where you're doing empty scrolling thing and then you could just go what attack Canadian nourishing garnish like. Yeah the scrolling to me feels like when you've just eaten too much white bridal applying. Yeah and you just need to just put something a bit more juicy yeah. I think that we've done some good tips this week. It's nourishing which leads us on very going to say I was just GonNa say what mortar. I'll the Ted podcasts. There's some really beautiful discussion with Elizabeth Gilbert. I would definitely I have listened to that. Is it's lovely. It's about grief but it's really really worthless. Is Elizabeth Gilbert the journalist. Who she's the author of eat? Pray Love Hey so. She realized that she was in love with her best friend a couple of years back. She left her husband was quite a kind of you know. It was covered quite law on the media because her work in her previous books and everything and rail was diagnosed with cancer. Sir and Elizabeth was very kind of there with her the whole time like the throughout her journey to death. And it's just this like like a lot of insight into how that was for her. How that was what it was like when she actually died like how Elizabeth life has been since? Then it's it's a proper kind of life-affirming listen really recommend what brought you John. Lewis and Logan. I'm just waiting my stomach to rumbling the guy here if I get my stomach rumbling on the Po cost mazing in this week's guest Harry waters. He's a woman behind the unedited which is a website and online magazine using proving to women that life is for living not for shrinking navy standards. No bullshit she says it like as she. It was a fantastic interview. She has amazing experience of working as a fashion journalist. She's got. She's inside a gossip from within the industry she tells US y she sets out the and what she's hoping to do with it and you're GonNa love this interview Lottie. I'm sorry that you couldn't be that. I did ask one of your questions in the interweave and we did talk about. You have listen. I'm in the hiring of Terry waters. Who is editor of the UN edit which is a very exceptionally cool website Ontario head to shine a light on some really interesting stuff and we're talking fashion industry and why the unedited exist? Welcome to body Cons Terry and thank you for having me that was a really long rambling. Introductions is probably more concise than. I could've come out with SARS all right. Sorry about the unedited. Anyone who hasn't come across the website what is it. What is it that you guys do? I like to think of. It is just a space on the Internet A- As being curated in mind to sort of go against the grain of modern mainstream media so all the things a Mainstream media will either not tell you all be too scared to tell you or we'll tell you more palatable way we're basically packaging real real stories and real harsh truce in some ways and some really tough topics. It mainly focuses on body positive self love self care mental ends who health but it does so of course the boundaries of fashion beauty basic women's lifestyle Peoria and that was sort of how it began. We wanted something that was a middle ground. That could the fantasy is. I feel really conflicted when it comes to magazines and stuff league is something I hear a lot and I one of these people of new thing if I I. It's all the fault of the fashion in magazines. And it's all the fault of the media. We all feel bad about our bodies because this and that but I actually really quite enjoy like looking at the fashion fashion pages and then I feel guilty. Because I'm like I should. I'm contributing to the talk. Your website still has an offering. I like clothes I and like like peachy ducks or skin care products. Whatever like that stuff but I don't want to be presented it in the way that makes me feel bad in a way that you you have to buy say you'll still offering that lifestyle element? Yeah it's only a small as marginal. I mean in the beginning. It was something that I wanted to focus marks on like quite solidly with just trickles in if body positively and that's one of the things but I think it's grew with my past snoop journey into body positively my journey in terms of accepting myself. Because I found that the content from so of very editorial editorial from like how I would have done work at my previous jobs to all of a sudden like complete opposite end like nothing I would have been then I would get away with where I end when word from previous companies. Sorry it was Sort of like a weird therapy thing for me. It was like being now now I can actually off of sperm owings and talk about things that actually matter. Tell me about what it was that you did. Before and Talat went why the unedited was born where it where it came from so long story short. I graduated after interim with some high-inflation magazines and basically went straight to work for a very like known. Hi In fashion magazine so I worked with probably any sort of super model that you can name off the top of your head..

"molly forbes" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast

Body Cons Podcast

13:11 min | 3 years ago

"molly forbes" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast

"Welcome to body cons a collection of conversations about buddies I'm not brighter training counselor and Psychology Geek and I'm Molly Forbes Brewed Kosta UH campaigner and body image influence ace Um they hello welcome back or hey you're oh doing okay and have a lovely week and have you had a lovely weekend I'm excited about this week's interview I'm so excited about it it because I wasn't there and I've never heard I basically the person that we're interviewing in this episode is Teri waters who is behind a an online magazine Kazini could be on Edit and Terry what the journalists in the fashion industry for a while she's very much in the body positive space on lying and and she has some proper good stuff to say so I went along back in the summit retirees flat in London and we just had this really lush big chat you had to go back and get trained in easy and I remember taxing you off dude that was so good you aw excited to hear particularly interested in this one solves law that I couldn't be there because back in the day that's what I did my dissertation on for my undergraduate degree which was about the impact of women's magazines on self esteem and so I really wanted to to meet Terry and have a chat with her about her experience both in the magazine industry and now doing something very different say keep listening listening for some proper insider gossip stuff that you will not believe stuff that you'll think no that only happens on TV films I love with me I'm not I I'm the hyping is it listening to that so it's that time of the show where we find the things that we d love and we love so much around foot image it's going up going down so molly this week I got a Oh positively I I know what's what's become of me so my coming up this week is an instagram account the I love you know when you scrolling and you're kind of like whereas the number one thing that I want to look out today and said you know and she scroll her name is less raw you'll going going on there and you're like what am I looking at and you just Y- and then and then you see it and then you see that little nugget of goodness and I am really picky with people that I follow and I like to think I have a really lovely diverse feed and I've got some good stuff on there but some days as you get an empty scroll in it's just like yeah you need to follow the mind Geek is so mad now sorry are you okay so this is a therapist who works in Dublin and what she does though is she kind of reduces reduces down some really complex ideas things like imposter syndrome procrastination the way we put people on pedestals and she does was it in this kind of like a sticky note kind of format so she draws sticky notes and they are you know when you read something almost like a horoscope or something that's me that's me I identify with it so much and so her her actual images are very direct things that speak very clearly ability because they're posted basically but then within the comments she goes into a little bit more detail around unpicking some of that stuff and helping ping to kind of make it clearer and she does them in series so is like four posts that are you know what is this thing how do you identify hi it what can you do about it it's amazing I love her so much I've she's gone online mace recent one she's obviously done a little series about something called the Ma Wound Oh wow we may have a mother wound up being our full selves around her risked punishment we weren't unable to turn to our the mother support we felt she competed with us a mother was physically or emotionally abusive she was volatile or absent we had two parent para I and then she goes on to the next pays she says signs of the mother wound down player achievements and abilities suspicious of others intentions could be described as is a people pleaser confused about who we are and it goes on I know from reading that the I definitely don't have another way and I think that the mother Oh my God that's a new thing that I've learned today love it interesting yeah the mother wind is quite a Gosh they say much in its brilliant so her name is Sarah Jane crosby she goes under the name of the Mind Geek and I just feel like she's got a really clever way of love breaking some of that stuff down to really really accessible ways that we can all start to understand some of our behaviors that's really what it's about whereas the stuff come from how does it play out in our lives now what can we do to maybe make some changes if we're not happy with the way that you know certain aspects of our lives applying our oh my Gosh I love it thank you for sharing that on gifts GonNa kiss is a tricky one because it's not directly related to body image but then it's all related tamers ourselves exactly but it's also I think a lot of stuff said the things I listed out like imposter syndrome placing other people on pedestals and stuff procrastination in those three areas very directly affect the way you feel about your body all the way that you treat your body or hundred percent that's a massive overlap with all this stuff is it's not just about looking in the mirror and liking what you say or not this week I've got a and it's kind of I just I just want to do is low shout out nor really lack of proper big one but a ted talks felicity hayward who is a curve model one the host on naked beach she is doing something so cool this week she's doing her I had no way that's amazing. NFL She's doing at LEAMINGTON SPA and it's in a series called outside Ismay the outside is series the blurb says let's go outside Buxom trends ends stray from our lanes skew off you celebrate the shunned embraced the Tabu the names of the written off up in lights they didn't conform they opted for the fringes they did it that way outsiders who's in and felicity is speaking all about the what she's done in the process is industry Being being a trailblazer in pushing for change within the fashion industry says how she's one of the host on Channel Four's Nike Beach Talks About Self Love Diversity Esotique confidence I'm excited to see what she's going to say I can't think of anything many things in life more intimidation than having to do a Tedtalk is going to be intimidated by name she's been practicing practicing you have to be properly trained for ECON just like rock up and be like hi I really want they called the Ted Commandments you have to follow I was watching one with Amy Tan recently the author and she was saying that she wanted to recall of those so she sort of list them up on the screen which which I thought was quite interesting so she's Worth Watch stop that one's definitely worth watch I have watched a tedtalk recently by which spy model Cameron Russell I see that one yes look on everything believe me I'm a model yet that's that was a while ago and Komo while ago yeah I mean you could probably watch that one alongside than felicity relevant is really relevant I think the two together would be really interesting what maybe like a playlist of all the all the ones image I feel like Ted talks that I if you're in a bevere rock if you're having one of those days where you're doing empty scrolling thing and then you could just go what attack Canadian nourishing garnish like yeah the scrolling to me feels like when you've just eaten too much white bridal applying yeah and you just need to just put something a bit more juicy yeah I think that we've done some good tips this week it's nourishing which leads us on very going to say I was just GonNa say what mortar I'll the Ted podcasts. There's some really beautiful discussion with Elizabeth Gilbert I would definitely I have listened to that is it's lovely it's about grief but it's really really worthless is Elizabeth Gilbert the journalist who she's the author of eat pray Love Hey so she realized that she was in love with her best friend a couple of years back she left her husband was quite a kind of you know it was covered quite law on the media because her work in her previous books and everything and rail was diagnosed with cancer Sir and Elizabeth was very kind of there with her the whole time like the throughout her journey to death and it's just this like like a lot of insight into how that was for her how that was what it was like when she actually died like how Elizabeth life has been since then it's it's a proper kind of life-affirming listen really recommend what brought you John Lewis and Logan I'm just waiting my stomach to rumbling a guy here if I get my stomach rumbling on the Po cost mazing in this week's guest Harry waters he's a woman behind the unedited which is a website and online magazine using proving to women that life is for living not for shrinking navy standards no bullshit she says it like as she it was a fantastic interview she has amazing experience of working as a fashion journalist she's got she's inside a gossip from within the industry she tells us y she sets out the and what she's hoping to do with it and you're GonNa love this interview Lottie I'm sorry that you couldn't be that I did ask one of your questions in the interweave and we did talk about you have listen I'm in the hiring of Terry waters who is editor of the UN on edit which is a very exceptionally cool website Ontario head to shine a light on some really interesting stuff and we're talking fashion industry and why the unedited exist welcome to body cons terry and thank you for having me that was a really long rambling. Introductions is probably more concise than I could've come out with SARS all right sorry about the unedited anyone who hasn't come across the website what is it what is it that you guys do I like to think of it is just a space on the Internet a- As being curated in mind to sort of go against the grain of modern mainstream media so all the things a mainstream media will either not tell you all be too scared to tell you or we'll tell you more palatable way we're basically packaging real real stories and real harsh truce in some ways and some really tough topics it mainly focuses on body positive self love self care mental ends who health but it does so of course the boundaries of fashion beauty basic women's lifestyle Peoria and that was sort of how it began we wanted something that was a middle ground that could the fantasy is I feel really conflicted when it comes to magazines and stuff league is something I hear a lot and I one of these people of new thing if I I it's all the fault of the Fashion Kazini and it's all the fault.

"molly forbes" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast

Body Cons Podcast

16:49 min | 3 years ago

"molly forbes" Discussed on Body Cons Podcast

"Welcome to body cons a collection of conversations about bodies I'm Lottie Story Writer Training Counselor and Psychology Geek and I'm Molly Forbes broadcaster compaign and body image influence Hello welcome welcome ah we recording this today in Sunny Devon is actually Sundays we're sitting I'm going to pitch if you were sitting in my dining room the sunny streaming in through the windows actually a little bit overly Bright Benoy and we've got a herbal tea because I didn't have any soy milk the in my house SUPICCI recod- viewers with magical power. How you doing this week anyway welcome to Vince Geraci down here definite my muse I wanted to tell you before we start properly this isn't going up going down but I wanted to tell you about that look I just finished just because it's just fresh in my mind yeah it doesn't were in its own going down but I'm gonNA give recommendation is relevant body cons so it could have you heard of power by name name me Alderman it was the birth of twenty six hundred twenty seventeen everyone was talk no art it is power is very good want everyone was hailing it as the next Margaret Atwood's doll Hamedan's tail thing say this is an earlier book by the author Naomi Alderman it's called disobedience Lou and it's already intrigued about the Orthodox Jewish community in hidden in London and fully story of three people a woman who was raised by her father was the rabbi and she the left the community very tweet net close knit community and she saw to the left and went off to New York and then she has to come home when her father dies it's how the community comes together and relationships but the reason I'm mentioning hair is because I was really interested in the conversation shins between some of the characters and that Nintendo kind of dialogue talking about the way they feel about that body and how religion has affected the particularly the women the way the present themselves to the world and the close at a wide the buttoned-up shots having to wipe tight not showing anybody lack of each menstrual cycle they go unwash- in a particular place and the whole rich mystic process and it was really interesting it talks about sexuality and late big stuff that we talk about here saying interesting it was written in two thousand and stakes is not only burke okay go to out from the library try if you live report I'm reading yeah so I got you know those shops where you can buy like all the books like three quid just kind of like now it's like I'm like old stock Kurt bargain-basement yeah yeah those sorts of again if we have these in depth do you know Next time we take you so I I bought Anjelica Huston memoir from that and it's so interesting who chapters in Anjelica Huston the one he played the head witch in which yes yeah yeah and it's all about like when she moves to Hollywood and start hang out with Jack Nicholson and she's a model at that time she's not an actress and yet it is extraordinary because obviously like it's like seventeen Hollywood lives and it is so about appearance and she she named the most ridiculous number of people you could ever imagine and it's just she throws you right in the pens she's off like being shot by David Bailey in Europe she's meeting like Grace Coddington from vogue like it's everyone and it is so kind of she's got really good way with words I'm really enjoying it does it talk about time the headline today telling coma when she was filming wishes or haven't gotten there yet but I hope it does I hope I hope she'll touch him with Atkinson's different vise in the whole like it's that time of the show we shot off from what's going on in the world of body image could be pain that we've loved an ad campaign it could be something been in the news it could be a Po- 'cause we found Wang on for our favorite but so you want a guy I yeah I've got a so I had a message last night from do people who follow forty cons and they were sharing press release about campaign that they've just launched and then I'm Leah Carly Lia is an eating disorder survivor and carly as a fitness instructor kind of very positive kind of Anti Diet yes type yeah yeah tally right yeah that campaign is cooled worked out and it's about the facts that there's currently no you professional or legislative guidelines in place to upscale fitness professionals were in working with clients with a history of eating disorders basically trying to kind of find a way to empower fitness professionals to understand a bit more about eating disorders too you're out what is appropriate when you're working with someone who's got history of eating disorders to tighten up the regulations a little bit and to make it easy yeah for people who have had a very difficult relationship with pathologically difficult relationship with food and exercise as well to to enter into that world in a really safe way which I think is pretty awesome yeah that's really awesome that whole space can be quite an intimidating space and only if you're able that it can be tricky space will this is what they say actually they kind of say eating disorders within the fitness industry are an unspoken taboo language used in fitness supplements can often are on the side of being fear based marketing strategies can focus on body transformation weight-loss and quick calorie burners this often means those struggling with a recovering from eating disorders find the fittest environment difficult and scary place another guy so you've put your finger on that and individuals are often at risk as a result and I think what's really sweet is that they've they've perfume videos on youtube just talking about how they came to kind of work together so lear came to doc with carly and she said she wanted to kind of be very open about her history and colleagues that the she's obviously worked with hundreds of mainly women in her work as an instructor and this was the first time that anyone had said to her this is my history in had been quite so direct about that but she said the bounds of people that she's worked with before who have had history but have not foul able or wanted to kind of speak about it the Toronto really open that conversation up to take away some of the some shame around it was some fear I think it's really tricky as well because like I think Tall Shaw touched on this in the episode that we did without a lot of people why can the fitness industry and lot people who walk in nutrition a lot of people who work in mental health there's a reason that people have gone into these roles and they've often got previous lived experience with sometime tossed carrying that writing struggles with food body image dieting over Exerci- and sometimes people whack in that space have gone into those jobs and they use that knowledge that they've got as justification and validation for continuing on healthy how mess at the address off his healthy holidays and there is research around that this is just me kind of saying that the researcher and I think that that can be quite tricky because lead you to the line between what's healthy and what is potentially and healthy and especially with eating disorders where although the kind of threshold is very high if getting professional help if you do meet those criteria you are fast tracked through because eating disorders are so they can unravel very rapidly they're taking very seriously and I suppose if your fitness instructor and you spots some of the signs of that in a client then is is wants ability that you hold to try and kind of get that person the right help because if they don't the the implications of very serious oh that sounds career campaign modeling tonight in the show yeah worked out work out okay work it work it out when my son saw did we talk about this before Lincoln Dan when offer linked in written down he thought it was pronounced Lincoln no one really knows Efi says teacher she taught me this today I have for you is a new poll cost discovered I died nowadays really your thing yeah it's called the model podcast and Wiki the blood it's an insider's look at the fashion industry past and present it's hosted by Robin bright WHO's a model presented ten scouts at models one the weekly series sees bright and gas explore the fashion industry's key challenges from diversity and representation three to safeguarding models and creativity in a globalized industry so I think it's quite interesting because I feel like fashion has definitely got more work in the last couple years we are seeing more and more brands being aware of diversity represents tation trying to make sure that they've got a good range of different types of body shapes and ethnicities and not campaigns and different types of people I think that the Kalonzo campaign recently is a really good example of that featuring fully st hayward naked beach she was in that off of naked and rain dove the model and I think that a Stephanou kind of becoming buzzy thing and hopefully it's not just a trend they don't just jump on a bandwagon listen to the episode with Olivia and that way he's a twenty two year old Nigerian American model and the episode was about diversity in the industry and I found it really interesting to listen to this twenty two and she was thrust from she was scouted thrust into the limelight were working are denied she did something ridiculous like a crazy number of catwalk runways inner various fashion weeks but also she's been quite outspoken on social media about diversity within the industry and there was one particular time she talks about y she felt like there was no she was a show and she was being dressed for this you know catwalk show and she was a carbon behave the brand was but she was just left there sitting there they didn't give enough time to do her hat and she felt when they came to do ahead they didn't know how to do her and there was no expertise around it says she was so to sent out onto the runway not feeling not not feeling seen I'm going to insert the segment hayward talks about that while being backstage at a show and noticing kind of the looks that I was receiving and also yeah just the lack of attention listen to me as a person in a hair chair waiting for me to get my hair done and then refusal of doing the proper style and then having a nail artist actually have to complete the hair job Brian and then I think what really stuck out to me was a girl ride me was like this is ridiculous like never seen anything like this before and I was like Oh no this happened yet it's not really shocking to me which is really upsetting yeah but it really pointed out from her reaction mainly that I needed to speak out about it because there are people similar to her who had never even heard or seen on my head out well this was something that Riley existing yeah all right so I felt the need to kind of voice in a positive way as in there should be changed or there should be wanting to learn wanting to grow from the I think it's that much it's not being afraid to like silver so this week we are catching up with the two women who were behind naked each which is if you haven't seen show on Channel Four it's still on all four now I was in a basically a show to help people learn to love that bodies experiment kind of show their episodes on offer at the moment it's coming out in Australia on the thirtieth of October or perfect and raise see Bri and Lucy golding all the two women behind Baff as TV which is a production company which made the show so we went along too officers in London and we had a chat with them about diversity and representation and what made them want to make the show and some of that prices behind but we also talked to them about the wider issue in general of bodies on TV it's real easy to blame the major and as the media's the media's foe so let's put that to to people who are working in the media and this is what they had to say these are the two ladies responsible for naked beach welcome Rosie at least say hey do you want to introduce those forced to anyone who may not have seen Naked Beach I'm lucy i Razi and we setup barefaced TV off edgy and our first idea around the block is pretty much was naked beach at the beginning it was called Bopha beach but nobody knew what was at that point and we just knew we wanted to make something about bunny positively so it was pretty much as ended up being sought from the beginning it's just something we thought on the first day right what we wanted to make a show about what we interested in what do we think sort of fits with what we love doing which is kind of national staff and but still kind of fun and poppy and relatable and broad and yet so we thought body positivity was having a company called end mo who make big brother and numerous other rudy successful shows and we were making a show called snuck Mary avoid for BBC three and Basically we gave me job I gave you a job yes commute into me and I think I got the job largely because I talked.

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