"I feel confident, and I want all women to feel the same. Everyone's genetics are different. We cannot all be thin," says Summers VonHesse.
Author and plus-size model Katie Willcox recently shared an important message to help mothers who might be struggling with their postpartum bodies.
Muofhe Manavhela created the ‘Beauty With A Flaw’ movement in 2016. Muofhe Manavhela is a 17-year-old student in Johannesburg, South Africa who is determined to change the way youth in her country perceive body image and flaws. The young woman created a movement called Beauty With A Flaw in October 2016, which revolves around profiling different men and women who struggle with body image insecurities.
Wearing next to nothing, Amber Rose made the focal point of her Instagram pic her uncovered pubic hair on full display for the world to see.
Cori Broadus, 17, posted an Instagram photo of herself with the caption, “Learning to love & accept my body for what it is.”
U.K. actress, writer, and mother shared a selfie and attached a message about the importance of not altering one's image due to societal pressures.
The Instagram post teaches viewers a thing or two about body positivity and what she thinks about anyone's rules of feminism.
"Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland posted an Instagram of herself modeling a T-shirt and rumors began that she had anorexia, rumors that she dismissed.
Body-positive blogger Megan Jayne Crabbe is at it again, inspiring readers to look at themselves and others in new, more loving way. In an Instagram posted on Thursday, Crabbe, a.k.a. ” ‘If you weigh more than your boyfriend, you’re too fat.’ That’s something I learned while we were still on the playground, back before any of us had even been near a boy,” she wrote, next to a photo of herself and her utterly adorable boyfriend, Ben Johnston, in bathing suits by the pool.
Model Maeve Madden is gaining attention for sharing her battle with body acceptance and journey to health on Instagram.
Hannah Foster recently shared a photo collage on Instagram to prove a point about body image. Women often believe that losing weight is the key to being happy. One Instagrammer, Hannah Foster of Northern California, shared two bikini images of herself to illustrate that the number on the scale doesn’t always translate to a happier persona.
Daniela Guerrero Bustos, a Venezuelan married mother of two, posted the image on Instagram, which depicts her breastfeeding her 18-month-old daughter.
Gina Susanna is an anorexia survivor, a body-positive blogger, and creator of the trending hashtag #embracethesquish. As a part of her commitment toward recovery, she's taken to Instagram to share photos of her newly acquired "belly rolls," "stretch marks," and "cellulite" as a way to dismantle some of the harmful ideas around weight gain.
Venezuelan beauty Génesis Castillo has an incurable skin disease, vitiligo. But she embraces the condition — and she encourages others to do the same.
Selfloveangel posted a message on Instagram about self care. It's the perfect pick-me-up post to read before downing your first cup of morning joe.
A self-proclaimed body-positive warrior, Cheyenne, aka goofy_ginger on Insta, is telling people to let go of insecurities and enjoy sex, regardless of size.
A plus-size mom is sharing a “reverse transformation” photo in the hopes of inspiring women struggling with body image.
An Instagram post by fitness model Ashley Horner skyrocketed faster than usual, with more than 10,000 likes, probably due to its being so relatable.
English plus-size blogger Caroline (Instagram: curvywordy) embraces the skin she’s in — and passionately encouraging others to do so.