Jaime King: Body Image, Bullying, and the Importance of Being Kind
Jaime King is a mother, actor, filmmaker, writer, and activist. She joins the latest episode of Sorry Not Sorry to discuss the impact of starting her career at such a young age, the shame surrounding body image, bullying, her miscarriage, and much more.
Alyssa and Jaime reveal the moment they each got their periods for the first time, the qualities that really make women so beautiful, why we need to be kinder online and in real life, and raising kids to be strong and happy.
This episode is sponsored by brooklinen.
Sources for audio clips
Jamie King: 2017 Moms +SocialGood | Global Moms Challenge
Jaime King Comes Out... | GLAAD
A special message for National Best Friends Day. @Jaime_King
Thank you to all of the journalists who risk their safety and make countless sacrifices for us. | @Jaime_King
One Model Exposes Sexual Abuse in the Fashion Industry | Glamour Women of the Year 2017 | Glamour
#InternationalDayOfPeace #Peace | @Jaime_King
Cyberbullying | Vincent Parsons | TEDxPascoCountySchools
Lili Reinhart’s Revealing Speech About Body Image | Glamour WOTY 2018
Body Positivity or Body Obsession? Learning to See More & Be More | Lindsay Kite | TEDxSaltLakeCity
Host: Alyssa Milano
Executive Producers: Alyssa Milano, Sim Sarna
Supervising Producer: Allison Bresnick
Editor: Josh Windisch
Music by: Josh Cooke & Eleisha Eagle