Here are all the places I’ve been fat, loud and shouty in the media
Fashion editor Odessa Paloma Parker chats with body image advocate Amanda Scriver and asks how can people learn to be ‘body positive’ when they are suffering from dressing room anxiety
Ahead of IWD 2019, we asked the top Toronto feminists what were the most important issue facing gender equality in Canada.
Ontario Morning from CBC Radio with Wei Chen
Journalist Amanda Scriver chats with Wei Chen about why diet culture and the whole "New Year, New Me" mantra is bullshit. Plus why more people need to subscribe to body neutrality.
AMI - Voices of The Walrus
Journalist Amanda Scriver believes The Walrus relates to readers on a level that other publications simply can't.
Fat Club podcast
Ama Scriver sits down with Becky and Danielle to talk all things mainstream feminism and where fat women and other folks outside the binary fit into the conversation
New zine collective, Femme Folio, plans to tackles issues of language, fat-shaming and what body positive really means
She Does The City
The team speak to Alex (Monster Cliche), Jessica Laforet (This Woman I Know) and Ama Scriver about their zine collective, Femme Folio and the project which plans to honour the voices of marginalized folks
CBC Life - The Succulent Six
Body image activist, Amanda Scriver, joins the squad as they model nude for a real figure drawing class in episode one of their series. The S6 bare all and prove to themselves and the public that EVERY body is beautiful.
Just Ask David podcast
Toronto-based journalist and body image advocate Amanda “Ama” Scriver joins Just Ask David to discuss what it really means to love yourself and your body. What does body positivity mean and how can we incorporate it into our daily lives?
Ama Scriver is featured as one of eight Torontonians on Valentine’s Day to explain what self-love means to them
The Toronto Star
Maija Kappler of The Canadian Press sits down with Ama Scriver to talk all about her experience with stand-up comedy and how it’s helped her cope with her trauma
A Quarter Young
Leviana Coccia sits down with Ama Scriver to ask her why she uses the title ‘fat, loud and shouty’ to empower and encourage others around
Ama Scriver spoke to journalist Arti Patel about why some women might stay stay single to focus on their careers and how she relates
Ama Scriver sits down with freelance journalist Christina Estima to discuss the friendships she lost after she gave up drinking and drugging.
JOE Fresh 'Fresh Edit'
Ama Scriver was asked to model alongside five other influencers were asked to model for top Canadian brand, JOE Fresh in their latest spring/summer collection. Find all the details on their blog!
Be The Next Her
This modern day career blog for modern day women sat down with Ama Scriver to discuss why she chose her career path and the challenges she faces being a woman in today's media landscape.
Ama Scriver alongside three other activists are interviewed in the article, “Body Language” about how the term body positivity is being
co-opted in today’s media landscape.
The Toronto Star
Ama Scriver and her partner Simon Gilbert chat with Sofi Papamarko about how having an honest and smart discussion about finances can be the key to a healthy relationship.
Ama Scriver makes an appearance in the brand new Alessia Cara, “Scars to Your Beautiful,” which focuses on self-love and self-acceptance through a body positive lens. The video features Ama sharing some stories of her own journey.
National Magazine Awards
Thanks to their incredible cover for NOW Magazine’s Love Your Body issue in 2015 which landed Ama Scriver and Yuli Scheidt on the cover, their cover won NOW Magazine a National Magazine Award for People’s Choice Award.
This Woman I Know
Ama Scriver was selected to be a part of a photo series that features self-identified women who show support and empower other women in the Toronto community.
In Megan’s first ever ‘Girl Crush’ column, she features Ama where they talk what it takes to be a boss bitch in business and what it means to be a part of the body positivity community.
CBC’s The Candy Palmater Show
Ama Scriver is live in-studio with host Candy Palmater to discuss body positivity and posing for the 2015 NMA People’s Choice Award Now Magazine cover for their Love Your Body issue.
The Toronto Star
Ama Scriver is included as one of nine leaders in Toronto’s body positivity movement telling the Toronto Star what she’s fighting for, what she is proud of and what the body positivity community needs to change.
Global News National
An Addition Elle worker in Edmonton was fired over the use of the word ‘fat’ and Global News chats with Ama Scriver about her thoughts on body positivity and the politics of the word ‘fat’.
Anastasia Barbuzzi sits down for a candid discussion with Ama Scriver on her re-brand after Fat Girl Food Squad and launching into the life of a full-time freelancer.
Food Psych The Podcast
Writers Ama Scriver and Kirthan Aujlay discuss with Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN the intersections of food, fat, and feminism, why it’s important to be part of a body-positive community, how to handle online trolls, and lots more!
The Signal Halifax
After a sold-out workshop on body image at Venus Envy in downtown Halifax, Ama Scriver chatted with The Signal and talked about getting individuals to embrace a more positive outlook and focus on loving themselves year round.
Navabi, the leader in plus-size fashion chats with Ama Scriver on her New Year’s style fashion revolutions alongside other noted plus-size bloggers Cathy Bouris, Stephanie Yeboah, Bethany Rutter and Charlotte Curtis.
Ama Scriver is named one of the top 15 feminist and body positive social media accounts you need to follow in 2016 by Bustle.
The Crimson Wave Podcast
Ama Scriver rides the wave with Jess Beaulieu and Natalie Norman where we talk all things periods, sex, gender fluidity, feminism, body positivity and more.
Writer Jodie Layne features a photo of Ama Scriver in this powerful article about what to do when you see body shaming go down.
Writer Amanda Richards features Ama Scriver as one of 7 plus-size women who looks stylish in glasses.
Writer Amanda Richards features Ama Scriver as one of 15 women in a #fatkini prove that body diversity is beautiful and inspiring.
The first ‘Love Your Body’ issue put together by NOW Magazine features Ama Scriver of Fat Girl Food Squad on the cover discussing what it means to love your body, day in and day out all year round.
CBC Metro Morning
Ama Scriver appears on CBC Metro Morning to chat about the Fat Girl Food Squad art gallery show, Fat in Public – exhibit features works of photography, fashion, craft and embroidery that normalize fat bodies.
An interview with Ama Scriver on her blog, Fat Girl Food Squad and why it’s okay to be ‘fat in public’.
Ama Scriver is named a Media Darling on Rock-It’s blog, On the Fourth Floor. She answers a few questions including about what it’s like to work in media and who she would invite over for dinner (hint: it’s Kanye and Kim Kardashian)