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More To Love teaches plus size women how to learn body-acceptance and end dieting for good. 

Announcement! Whitney Thore "A Fat Girl Dancing" star to join MTLClass kick-off!

Rachel Estapa

I am excited and honored to share with you that the inspiring and beautiful Whitney Thore of No Body Shame Campaign and star of "A Fat Girl Dancing" is joining the More To Love Class as guest speaker on the live kick-off call on Monday, March 31! 

You've seen Whitney's dance moves from "A Fat Girl Dancing", her charismatic persona and inspiring body-empowering movement all over the internet, TV & radio - but by joining the More To Love Class you get to actually TALK with her! 

Whitney is a dear friend of mine and it's been so exciting to see her work and passion help inspire millions of men and women to ditch shame and start loving who they are. Because she so passionately believes in the body-positive movement, she will be returning to the More To Love Class kick-off call as our special guest speaker. This intimate and personal opportunity is an AMAZING way to begin your body-acceptance adventure with the MTLClass and YES she will be taking direct questions from you! 

Only those registered for the MTLClass can join the call. Check out the Q&A page if you still have questions

Whitney proves two things so perfectly: big girls are gorgeous too and they've got moves. Whitney's sexy photos have been shared thousands of times and her delightfully fun Fat Girl Dancing videos have been viewed by MILLIONS. She has been on TODAY, Steve Harvey, and CNN just to name a small few. Through her website, No Body Shame Campaign, Whitney is detailing her story with weight and body-image, inspiring millions of men & women to no longer live in shame around their body. 

Whitney is the embodiment of confidence and courage, and on the MTLClass call will share thoughts on how she works through body-insecurity and stigma around openly sharing her passion for dance and photography. Her energy and passion to helping people of all shapes and sizes love who they are is infectious and inspiring -- it's going to be an amazing call and class!