A few things inform my work: being somebody who's mixed-race, who's racialized, who's non-binary and intersex but who walks through the world with people reading me as a woman, who's experienced trauma. As a survivor of trauma, learning how to be okay being sexual on my own terms and how to have boundaries has been a big part of my work. But when I went into some sex-positive spaces, it was hard to say, "I'm coming with a lot of trauma, so this is scary for me. A lot of nuance gets lost. When I started working with Silence Is Violence [a survivor-led feminist collective tackling sexual violence and rape culture on campus] at U of T, it was one of the few spaces where I could do work that was sex-positive but also remain open to experiences of survivorship. I've been naked in other ways in my work, but I've never done anything like [this shoot]. Here, I wanted to hold myself accountable to the work I've done, taking a step toward embracing my body, sharing my story, holding myself up in a really vulnerable way. It was a beautiful experience, but also really uncomfortable.
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Michelle Da Silva, an online news writer for the magazine, also thinks the issue is about how beauty and strength come in all shapes and sizes. Each year Now Toronto puts out a call for volunteers who would be interested in posing nude and talking about their relationship with their body. Heidi Hawkins. Hawkins, a mother and voice-over actor, used her photo shoot to explore how pregnancy changed her body and how she views that change. Catherine Hernandez.
Every January , the publication publishes pictures of diverse nude models to promote body positivity. This year, the selection of Torontonians included Heidi Hawkins , a mother and voice-over actor; Jasbina Justice , an activist and feminist porn performer ; and Prince Amponsah , an actor and social worker. Hawkins, a new mother, has been angered by media pronouncements that women should cover up when breastfeeding in public or refrain from it completely because it might make people uncomfortable.