"I can't stand it when I read comments that say, 'Finally, a real woman,'" the curvaceous model said after being praised for unashamedly displaying her cellulite in swimwear.
Bridget Malcolm, who has walked the runway for Victoria's Secret and Ralph Lauren, has shared her story about feeling "humiliated, fat, and ugly" after her body was scrutinized on a shoot.
In the photo, Jenna Kutcher is walking on the beach with her husband, Drew Kutcher, a health business coach, and both are in their swimsuits. But while the visual is charming, the caption is what really makes an impact.
Whether you've followed her throughout her career or more recently discovered her through her role on the E! hit show "The Royals," it's evident that Elizabeth Hurley is confident with what she's got. But she doesn't want people to mistake her for having a "mad ego."
Following the lead of inclusive runway shows in the New York area, Italian blogger Laura Brioschi kick-started a body positive catwalk during Milan Fashion Week.
Though much of the fashion industry still favors thin white women, the Fashion Institute of Technology recently hosted a symposium on how body ideals originated and have shifted over two centuries.
Not everyone can pull off the bold hue, but the model rocks red, which experts say is the color of confidence.
Transgender and plus-size individuals walked the runway, along with a model with visible breast scars, an amputee, and a hijabi woman.
The 23-year-old plus-size model Kate Wasley is a fierce body-positive activist and will be part of this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
She posed the same way as the supermodel, wearing nothing but booties, and captioned the post: “I was just wondering how a Model My Size would look on this.”
Emily Ratajkowski defended her sexy Love Magazine Advent video, saying any judgment over it is a case of "classic sexism." Meanwhile, Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima says she'll no longer pose nearly nude for "an empty cause." Whose case for feminist empowerment is more on target?
"It’s important to love yourself regardless of your size. I loathed how I looked on the left, and yes that is ME in both pictures."
While Sophie and Abigail Hall have the same parents, similar facial features and DNA, the sisters did not grow up sharing clothes. But they both were and are equally beautiful, which was recently proven in a series of posts shared by Sophie, a stunning blonde Instagram star with curves to kill. To be honest having a sister that’s always been much slimmer than myself, along with a mother that always questioned “should you eat that Soph?” Then with nearly every girl being super slim in the magazines etc, It really did make me question my beauty and even my worth at times. ...
“Body positivity to me means full on inclusivity — it’s not just about curvy women, but about every woman."