If you look up “glamazon” in the Urban Dictionary, you’ll read that, in order to be considered one, you need to be either tall and/or thick.
Excuse me, UD—I AM a glamazon even though I’m a slender 5’2’’. In my world of wonderfulness, the word and concept is much more inclusive than that.
I believe it comes down to two simple questions:
Do you consider yourself a woman?
It doesn’t matter what body parts you have or what gender you were assigned at birth. If you consider yourself a woman, you are (and you might be a glamazon, too).
Do you unapologetically love glamour?
This applies to more than just your personal style. Maybe you’re obsessed with glamorous architecture and design. Or you might be devoted to the glamour of perfectly plated food. You can find glamour wherever you like—and you definitely like it.
If you answered yes to both, congratulations! You are a GLAMAZON.
Do you need to be a glamazon to be healthy? Of course not. But it can make the process more fun. It also can be motivating when you’re trying to press yourself up from your tenth push-up or resist eating the coffeehouse scone that’s going to leave you feeling lousy. Ask yourself: What would a glamazon do?