The 20-year-old “Modern Family” actress is known for her daring looks, which include plunging necklines and an exposed midriff, or whatever else makes her feel good.
Appearing on a panel for the 35th anniversary of "Scarface," the actress was questioned about her weight in the film, and the moderator was immediately slammed for being condescending.
A prominent critic and stylist has apologized for suggesting that people over a certain weight shouldn't be welcome at fashion shows.
The body-positive beauty caught wind of an account that compared her to "real models" like Alessandra Ambrosio and Miranda Kerr.
Rebecca Hiles and millions of women like her are getting judged too quickly by their doctors - and it can mean the difference between life or death.
After Kim Kardashian West posted a photo of her lying on the beach, some social media commenters criticized her strange-looking pinky toenail.
"Everyone should focus on their goals," says celebrity trainer Anna Kaiser. "Being strong and powerful in our own bodies is the goal."
One heartening aspect of people’s focus on the trivial was this: At least a man was being subjected to the same detailed scrutiny that’s routine for high-profile women.
Last year the reality star accused the paparazzi of Photoshopping her vacation photos to make her look "way worse." Now she's back to working out.
“The dean told me it was to save myself from my own embarrassment," says Lizzie Martinez, 17. "If it truly was that, the students that were talking about me, that should have been addressed and not me.”
The mom defended the daily weigh-ins as a way to be "in control" of potential bullying over weight, but viewers slammed the practice as "dangerous" and "shocking."
The British model opens up about promoting a body-positive message, turning negative comments around, and learning to accept that she's "imperfectly perfect."
This Indiana woman is going viral for her 'petty' response to a customer's rude remark about her body during a trip to the bakery.
Twitter commenters were outraged when Shelby Johnson shared body-comments like "your gut might stick out more than mine."
What's a mom supposed to look like? That's what Kelly Oxford, author and screenwriter, wants to know after she was shamed for sharing a sexy pic on Instagram.
The actor Ben Affleck has responded to an article in the New Yorker that compared him to Homer Simpson and fixated on his large back tattoo.
The model and actress is fully clothed in her latest Instagram, but some fans have shifted their attention to her exposed navel.
Some fans are upset about references to the actor's "gut pooching forward" and comparisons to Homer Simpson and Gérard Depardieu.
"Kelly's gorgeous, but isn't there a cutoff age where age appropriateness comes into play?" one critic commented after Mark Consuelos posted a photo of his "sexy" wife in a string bikini.
The student says she was dismissed and unable to renew her athletic scholarship after her coach told her to take down photos that she deemed "too sexy."
The actress said she tends to "let herself go" when she's not filming, which has prompted harsh comments from fans and her own family.
Bridget Malcolm, who has walked the runway for Victoria's Secret and Ralph Lauren, has shared her story about feeling "humiliated, fat, and ugly" after her body was scrutinized on a shoot.