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It’s been a dynamite couple of years for Aerie, American Eagle’s lingerie and intimate apparel sub-brand. Their Aerie Real campaign, launched in 2014, has received almost universal accolades, with a number of media outlets praising the brand’s “refreshing” approach and “realness.” TLA covered the Aerie Real campaign back in January of last year. While I commended the campaign’s ethnic diversity (always a welcome sight in the lingerie world), my general […]

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A week or so ago, American Eagle’s lingerie division, Aerie, launched a new marketing campaign named “Aerie Real.” The campaign is all about Aerie’s new stance on retouching — the company says they’re no longer airbrushing or editing photos of their models (some of you may recall that Debenhams did something similar last year). I’d actually heard about the campaign through Tumblr a day or so before it launched, and […]

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Disclaimer: All lingerie in this review was provided by Aerie. Opinions are my own. Just before the holidays, I received a very special delivery from Aerie Lingerie — their entire holiday lingerie collection. Though I’ve purchased Aerie bras on my own before, I was looking forward to trying out the complete range: push up, demi, multi-way, etc. (plus the matching panties). This also seemed like a great opportunity to share […]

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Disclosure: This article contains affiliate links. In February, I underwent a total laparoscopic hysterectomy and salpingectomy. This means that my surgeon used small incisions and a laparoscope to cut and remove my uterus, cervix, and fallopian tubes, leaving behind my ovaries. This was very much a wanted procedure to fix chronic period-associated pain. However, the six-week-long recovery period did require some planning – not least in the area of underwear! […]

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Figuring out gender is not always an easy, fast, or singular process. For some of us, understanding our relationship to gender takes years, shifts through different labels, or is defined by fluidity rather than a fixed identity. Personally, genderqueer feels like the most correct description of how I experience my gender identity. My gender lives in big, amorphous shapes that encompass but are not limited to “woman.” Though gender identity […]

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