A nail salon employee refused service to a woman she believed was "too big" to fit in the salon's chairs for a pedicure.
One woman is calling Instagram out for "body shaming" after one of her weight loss photos was removed because of concerns about "suicide or self-injury."
A community center is under fire on social media for displaying a sign that some think "perpetuates body-shaming culture."
Meteorologist Lauren Linahan responded to a woman who shamed her for wearing the "same" dresses on air.
"The sad part is the second I found out I was pregnant, I knew I would have to deal with criticism of my body by viewers," says Ashlee Baracy.
A 19-year-old girl tweeted about getting body-shamed at church, attracting the attention of body-positive activist Jameela Jamil.
While many applauded the "fearless" ad by razor company Billie, it was a little too personal for others.
“The staff reminds us to love ourselves every day, but if you want us to love ourselves so desperately, then why tell us to cover ourselves when you see us?” one student said.
A North Carolina mom is speaking out about the incident, in which the driver reportedly made a joke about 'My 600-Pound Life' to the middle-schooler.
When Jamil made a guest appearance on the podcast "Sooo Many White Guys," hosted by comedian Phoebe Robinson, she really let it rip.
Current and former dancers open up to Yahoo Lifestyle about what it's like to represent billion-dollar teams — and what they would change if they could.