Roxie In The Media

(Video) True Life: Happy to be Fat

http://www.mtv.com/videos/true-life-im-happy-to-be-fat/1579759/playlist.jhtml

LGBTQ Work

http://kentwired.com/pride-remembers-matthew-shepard-at-vigil/

http://kentwired.com/lgbtq-students-share-art-at-queer-voices/

http://thewittenbergtorch.com/?p=2336

http://www.ohiofusion.com/pride-kent-honors-matthew-shepard-during-coming-out-week/

Performance

http://voices.yahoo.com/springfield-ohios-hidden-talent-10176795.html?cat=33

5 thoughts on “Roxie In The Media

  1. Dear Roxie,

    What your doing is incrediable! Your actions in the community for self-image are absolutely inspiring. As a recovering bulimic, when I saw your show on MTV I almost cried. Keep it up! Your doing miracles everyday.

  2. I just wanted to leave you a note and thank you for your courage. I saw the True Life episode on Logo, and I really admire your courage. Life is a daily battle to not be discouraged as a bigger girl, and it’s encouraging to see people like you out there. Thanks for being you…

  3. I saw what you did on True Life and was amazed! I am a plus size girl who loves her body. I know how you felt in highschool and being the “big girl” but I’m glad theres other women out there who can be proud of being bigger than whats expected. I wish you the best of the luck! And hope the best for your club and your message.

  4. Roxie, I saw your idea and project featured on True Life, and I really appreciate what you’re doing. I see so many people (especially on the internet) say the most horrific and degrading things to people who are overweight and it is completely unwarranted. I am slightly overweight myself, but I am a person and my husband of two+ years absolutely adores my body. It was him that helped me see that I don’t have to be ashamed of myself, because everybody is vibrant and important to the world.

    Thank you for helping the fight against hatred and ignorance!

  5. Dear Roxie,

    What your doing is amazing, and i know a lot of beautiful girls that are so insecure about themselves. It makes me so sad to see girls talk about themselves in such a bad way. I want to start a Body Beautiful Club at my own school and I was wondering if you had any tips on how I could get started. Your inspiring!

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