"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.
People are taking to Twitter to share testimonials praising Kim Kardashian's latest product.
Sex is supposed to make your body feel good. But when you don’t feel good in your body, sex can be deeply uncomfortable and triggering.
"The Good Place" actress retweeted the announcement of the new KKW Beauty Collection cosmetic and said she would take a “hard pass” on the product.
The makeup guru and tattoo artist said in her post that she felt "compelled to show the real side" of motherhood on Instagram.
A woman in eating disorder recovery writes tips for those struggling in the summer with food talk and body image.
Sarah Hyland always tells it like it is. In countless Instagram posts, tweets, and interviews, the Modern Family actress has been incredibly candid about her depression, her struggles with body image, and the 16+ surgeries she's had throughout her life to combat her endometriosis and kidney dysplasia, which most notably involved a second kidney transplant in 2017. Now, thanks to a new partnership with Olay, Hyland is spreading her message of self love and self care to an even wider audience.
A high school student in Kentucky says that she was “extremely humiliated” by a teacher who reprimanded her for a set of overalls, which she alleges are within the school’s dress code.
Fans are cheering on the "Good Place" actress for calling out Kardashian's latest weight loss endorsement.
The singer formerly known as Marina and the Diamonds called the digital slimming "internalised misogyny in full action."
Dove Cameron knows a thing or two about being simultaneously loved and criticized.
Katie Kiacz was on a flight when her male seat mate fat-shamed her in a text message. Now she's letting him know — publicly — that his behavior is unacceptable.
The lead-up was so excessive, you’d think that she was preparing us for something more groundbreaking than a woman wearing a swimsuit on television.