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3 Best Books about Body Positivity

Discover a collection of empowering books about body positivity that will inspire and uplift you on your journey to self-acceptance.



by Jessamyn Stanley

4.7 (494 reviews)

What is Yoke about?

In this empowering memoir, Jessamyn Stanley shares her transformative journey towards self-acceptance through the practice of yoga. With refreshing honesty and vulnerability, she explores the intersections of body image, race, and society's expectations, while offering practical advice and inspiring anecdotes. Through her personal experiences, Stanley encourages readers to embrace their bodies, challenge societal norms, and find inner peace through the power of yoga. A must-read for anyone seeking self-acceptance and a deeper understanding of the mind-body connection.

Who should read Yoke

  • Individuals seeking self-acceptance and empowerment through the practice of yoga.

  • Yoga enthusiasts looking for a fresh perspective on self-acceptance.

  • Those interested in exploring the transformative power of yoga and self-acceptance.


The Beauty Myth

by Naomi Wolf

4.5 (1081 reviews)

What is The Beauty Myth about?

"The Beauty Myth" by Naomi Wolf explores the societal pressures and expectations placed on women to conform to narrow standards of beauty. Through extensive research and analysis, Wolf reveals how these images of beauty are used as a tool to control and undermine women's progress in various aspects of life. This thought-provoking book sheds light on the harmful effects of the beauty myth and calls for a reevaluation of society's perception of women's worth.

Who should read The Beauty Myth

  • Women seeking to understand societal pressures and beauty standards.

  • Feminists interested in exploring the impact of beauty ideals.

  • Individuals interested in the intersection of gender and media.


Vagina Problems

by Lara Parker

4.5 (310 reviews)

What is Vagina Problems about?

In this empowering and informative book, Lara Parker fearlessly tackles the often stigmatized and misunderstood topic of women's reproductive health. With a focus on endometriosis, painful sex, and other taboo subjects, Parker provides a compassionate and relatable exploration of these "vagina problems." Through personal anecdotes, expert advice, and a touch of humor, she sheds light on the experiences and challenges faced by many women, offering support and guidance for those seeking understanding and solutions.

Who should read Vagina Problems

  • Women suffering from endometriosis seeking understanding and support.

  • Healthcare professionals looking to expand their knowledge on women's health.

  • Individuals interested in breaking the stigma surrounding taboo topics.