Amy is a full time nanny from Nashville, TN & enjoys reading, dancing, hiking, traveling, being a plant mom and finding joy in simple things. Amy reminds us that societal norms do not have to be followed to be happy, acceptable and loved. We can find our own paths toward a more loving approach to … More Be Heard: Amy
Meet Ashley: QPOC artist, public health grad student and nature lover. Whether outdoors alone or with others, Ashley reminds us that self care through nature is important. Even if we don’t feel represented in outdoor media, we can find outdoor communities that are inclusive. What were your outdoor experiences like as a kid? … More Be Heard: Ashley
Meet KT & Heather: dancers, teachers, creators of Fat-Centric Dance. KT teaches Body Home Fat Dance, a contemporary & jazz class. Heather teaches Zaftig Dance in Plus size, a modern ballet class. Together, they are creating inclusive fat positive, body positive dance spaces. What’s your dance experience/background? KT: Childhood was full of dance … More Be Heard: KT & Heather
Medusa. That’s what they called me in 4th grade. Apparently, I was so fat & ugly that I could turn my classmates to stone if I looked at them. I grew up in small-town Minnesota, wore garage sale clothes, red Sally Jesse Raphael glasses, and a home perm. Being bullied had a huge impact on … More Be Heard: Sumr
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