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Ashley Graham is among a host of pregnant celebrities who have embraced their evolving bodies, sharing it on social media to inspire a more normalized journey to motherhood.
Katie Holmes shared unedited photos from a shoot with Vogue Australia — and her followers are applauding her for keeping it real.
Ashley Graham says she's trying to embrace her "new body" while showing off her growing baby bump on Instagram.
Stretch marks are one of the most-talked-about skin characteristics among women. Men? Not so much. Enter Sam Smith.
"I'm trying to teach people that it's more than just a mark. I'm trying to teach people that it's absolutely beautiful."
People online are happy to know that even the most beautiful women in the world have flaws. A new example: the Brazilian model and mom who wore the Champagne Nights Fantasy Bra but also showed her imperfections.
"It's important to show young women it's not about striving for perfection," says 20-year-old Canadian model Amanda Sheosanker.
Digital collage artist Sara Shakeel wants to shine a new, positive light on stretch marks. So, she’s turning them into glitter marks.
Her art “started as a form of expression, but it quickly turned into social commentary of the male-dominated culture we live in,” says Cinta Tort Cartró.
Stretch marks around the abdomen are quite common for women during pregnancy, and many women tend to look for ways to cover them up. “I went 8 months with only two or three little stretch marks and then BAM! Woke up like this,” wrote the mom, known as _healthy_fit_mama on Instagram. I went 8 months with only two or three little stretch marks and then BAM! Woke up like this .
When shopping for swimwear online, we’re usually faced with shots of young models with taut bodies, zero body hair, and no sign of any blemishes.
Fitness mom talks about the time she was insecure about her body with its stretch marks and how her husband helped her overcome these feelings.
Abagail Wedlake and her four-month-old daughter Aubrey are going viral after the new mom shared a slew heartwarming pics to Instagram, promoting self-love in postpartum bodies. The young mom’s body-positivity attitude is something she hopes will continue to “encourage other mommies to love their bodies and embrace those stripes!” she said.