After appearing in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue for the third year in a row, McGrady is reflecting on what it means to be the curviest woman to appear in the magazine to date. In addition to shutting down the misconceptions that comes with that title.
Tyra Banks became the oldest person to grace the cover of 'Sports Illustrated' swimsuit issue at 45 years old. But, she was apprehensive after having not reached her goal weight.
More than 3/4 of Canadians report feeling consumed by their weight.
The Nike ad features Nigerian-American singer Annahstasia posing in a Nike sports bra with one arm raised over her head, displaying her natural armpit hair.
"In the last five days, I’ve had a woman ask if I’m pregnant, and another tell me I have a gut."
After struggling to maintain a size 0 for New York Fashion Week, model Lauren Hill reveals that the highlight of her career was becoming the second plus-size model to be featured in Vogue Australia.
When Jamil made a guest appearance on the podcast "Sooo Many White Guys," hosted by comedian Phoebe Robinson, she really let it rip.
The supermodel-turned-bathing-suit-designer posted a photo on Instagram of her "beach buns" alongside Caitlin King while both were sporting designs from Ratajkowski's line, Inamorata.
"I worked hard to retrain my brain that a little extra weight means curves, shinier hair, and more energy," she wrote.
While Rexha looked like a princess, she had a message for the designers who wanted no part in making her feel like one.
Featuring sustainable fabrics, an amazing lineup of models and serious nods to the woes of our planet, Chromat’s show pretty much won fashion week.
"I’ve been dainty-skinny, soft and curvy, athletic, and all those places in between. No one type is better than another."
The “Modern Family” star is no stranger to body shaming. But this time, the usually curvy actress is being called out for looking like she lost weight.
Blogger Lauren Curtis has shared an honest photo to help encourage women to love their bodies no matter what. Admitting it can be “crippling” to worry about our supposed “flaws”, Lauren posted three photos for her Instagram followers. “I usually only post photos of my best angles with the best lighting because I look at those photos and they make me feel good about myself,” Lauren wrote alongside the first photo showing off her pert derriere. “But it doesn’t mean I’m also not proud of my body when it doesn’t look like that.” She went on to share a side-by-side comparison photo of her bum – cellulite, stretch marks and all. “In the second photo I’m clenching my butt cheeks to demonstrate that I still have my fair share of cellulite….my stretch marks and lil spider veins,” she wrote. “I used to be so worried people would notice all these ‘flaws’ and it’s honestly crippling. “In reality we ALL have them to some degree and they do not matter.” Her fans have applauded the influencer for her truthful post, saying more people on social media should be this authentic. “I love this post so much,” one person commented. “This is going to help so many women feel more confident in their own skin. We need a lot more of this authenticity on social media.” “Thank you for sharing and also making myself and others realise to love our body no matter what shape,” another wrote. And she’s not the only one reminding us that behind every envy-inducing snap is real life , as the gallery below shows. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Jameela Jamil apologises to fans for airbrushed photographs Nigella Lawson isn’t here to be edited: ‘Don’t airbrush my sticking out stomach’ Woman edits her image to show how the ‘perfect’ body has changed