Toronto Caribbean Carnival dancers going topless to promote healthy body image

Toronto Caribbean Carnival dancers going topless to promote healthy body image
Toronto Caribbean Carnival dancers going topless to promote healthy body image

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The annual Toronto Caribbean Carnival, long known for its costumes, will be taking that tradition a step further during Saturday’s parade. For the first time in the event’s 52-year history, some of the dancers will be topless. The idea is the brainchild of Toronto celebrity photographer Yvonne Stanley. She said she wants to get a public conversation started about the way women view their bodies, and especially women of colour.
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