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This is a site dedicated to all things that say I'm 'NotPlayingTheGame'...So have a look around, stick on a brew and fill you senses with some good news! :)

If like us you are tired of the media and society dictating what we 'should' be and promoting only one stream of what beauty and strength is, then join with us and our campaign...

Being different is AMAZING. It is far better to be yourself than be a cardboard cut-out of the media mold, sure what they promote can be good but it's not the only thing of worth. That's why we are saying if you don't have the 'right' look or size or age or muscles, well then... you're more than ok with us! In fact don't change a thing! You're perfect just as God made you.

Yes definitely it's ok to be into fashion and make-up and enjoy the creative expression that those things bring but as long as you know that it doesn't have to define you. Coming from someone who used to go NOWHERE without being fully made up it's been a challenge but that's what this is about..challenging ourselves to BE ourselves.  That's why we want your #NoMakeUpSelfie and #LOLPics (let's be less serious about the superficial things and more serious about the important things right!) So go for it and we will reply with something we like about each photo!

Guys, you too! We want you to join our campagin..let's see your #NoHairGel Selfies and know that we are proud of you guys everytime you become the bigger man and step down from a silly fight...Ok it is great when you save those in need, but let us know about a time when you've shown true strength in being the bigger guy instead of reacting like you think you have to! Go on, dare you guys to share...

Big Love, Fern and Adrienne xxx

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In the wake of the industry backlash about diversity in the fashion industry, a new shoot published by American Vogue yesterday celebrates bodies 'in all shapes and sizes'.

You'd be hard-pressed to have missed the controversy that surrounded Myla Dalbesio, a Calvin Klein underwear model who appeared in Elle magazine described as 'plus sized.'

The interview with the model instantly sparked a huge internet response with consumers taking issue with Dalbesio at a UK size 14, being considered as 'plus size.'

Now it seems Vogue has waded in with what is a very well-timed shoot featuring models in a broad range of sizes.
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