Tess Holliday Chats About Her Book, "The Not So Subtle Art Of Being A Fat Girl: Loving The Skin You're In"
Tess Holliday is many things and perfect is not one of them. But she loves her imperfections—after all, they’ve formed the woman she is today. Tess’s number one rule in life is to love yourself no matter who you are, what your faults may be, where you come from or what dress size you wear! It’s this discovery that has helped her through life—from being abused and bullied about her weight, to raising a kid alone and fending off social media trolls. In her new amusingly candid book, "The Not So Subtle Art of Being A Fat Girl: Loving the Skin You're In," the woman at the forefront of the body positive movement—who has been credited with transforming the fashion industry—explains why you should be happy to make mistakes but how to properly learn from them, as well as how to love your imperfections and be comfortable in your own skin, no matter how much you have.