The "Orange Is the New Black" star doesn't just use her powerful platform for the perks of popularity but also to spread messages of body positivity — and her fans are totally here for it.
Followers have conspiracy theories about Kim's nose, while others are fixated on Kourtney's '90s-era bangs.
"You know the world's gone completely mad when a mag has to photoshop one of the most photogenic couples in the world," according to New Zealand TV host Hilary Barry.
Fitness influencer Shan Michael Hefley shared a side-by-side comparison of two almost identical selfies on Instagram, calling out that one was edited to "be real" on social media.
King worked with a team of digital experts to create Instagram content in response to genuine negative comments she received from online trolls.
The image isn't real. It's taken from a Teen Vogue video of González – surrounded by fellow survivors of the Parkland shooting — tearing up a paper shooting target.
Britney Spears is officially making a fashion comeback as the face of Kenzo's latest launch, and its denim-centric collection is leaving fans supernostalgic.
“To see our bodies become so distorted in an editing process is the perfect example of the obstacles we have yet to overcome."
Graphic designer James Fridman has made a name for himself on the internet by taking Photoshop requests quite literally. But a teacher inspired Fridman to swap snark for heartwarming sincerity.
Taking to Instagram, body-positive model La’Tecia Thomas posted side-by-side photos of herself to remind women that what we see online isn’t always the truth.
When the bride saw the photos, she did a double-take. That’s because in one of the photos, she and her fiancé were altered to look thinner.
“I’m proud of who I am without any digital enhancements, and I encourage all people to be comfortable with themselves as they are.”
Teen's date ditched her for homecoming, so her sister Photoshopped Ryan Reynolds and Patrick Dempsey into the photos.
Plus-size bloggers Callie Thorpe and Diana Sirokai showed side-by-side images of themselves on Instagram, to prove what people are really seeing when they seeing online perfection.
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.
When mom Angela Pickett received her son’s school photos recently, her excitement was quickly replaced by confusion. As she looked at the photo of one of her boys she found herself wondering whether he’d in fact had all his teeth when it was taken. The photo company had, in fact, digitally swapped his teeth back in.
Iskra Lawrence is giving major vavavoom vibes. The model and body-positive activist known, among other things, for her extensive work in the Photoshop-free Aerie campaign, shared a photo of herself in a bright red Prabal Gurung dress on Instagram Tuesday afternoon. Posing next to a full-length mirror and in front of the New York City skyline, Lawrence holds a photo of herself in said red Prabal dress in one hand and a gold clutch in the other.