Demi truly is Confident. The singer posted a photo of herself pinching her belly in a swimsuit on Snapchat with the caption, “My body isn’t perfect, I’m not my fittest but this is me!! And I
The ‘OITNB’ star wants you to love the skin you’re in. Polanco told The Huffington Post, “The most important thing is how you embrace those differences and how you love yourself to the point where you’re comfortable in your own skin and enhance the qualities that make you.”
The Hands to Myself singer showed off her body in a sexy black swimsuit on Instagram with the caption, “I love being happy with me yall #theresmoretolove.”
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star showed off her curves on the May cover of Shape magazine and told the magazine, “I love my shape because I’ve earned every curve.”
The Jane the Virgin star doesn’t mind not fitting in. “”You go to television and film, and, it does add 10 lbs., and, I don’t look like a skinny mini, and, the truth is, that’s okay too, and that is beautiful also,” she told Yahoo Style.
The Sports Illustrated cover girl is all about body positivity. Ashley spoke against the term plus-sized at a panel at SXSW in Austin. “I think the word ‘plus-sized’ is totally outdated,” she said, according to the Austin American-Statesman.
“I’ve never wanted to look like models on the cover of magazines. I represent the majority of women and I’m very proud of that,” said Adele in an interview with People.
The actress told The Guardian that she’s not bothered by being called ‘chubby’. “If someone told me that I had a gross body, I’d say, ‘Well, it’s bringing me a lot of happiness.’ Like, I’m having a fine time of it.”
“How much time have I wasted on diets and what I look like? Take your time and your talent and figure out what you have to contribute to this world,” Ferrera told Cosmopolitan for Latinas in 2012. “and get over what the hell your butt looks like in those jeans!”
Kate Upton is proud of her curves and she wouldn’t want it any other way. The model told Elle UK, ” I’ve been begging for this body my whole life!'”
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The Fifth Harmony singer posted a #SLAY picture on Instagram with the caption, “Embrace the skin you’re in #teamthickness.”
Rebel isn’t trying to compete with anyone. “I wouldn’t ever want to compete with what I call ‘the glamours’ — the really gorgeous people. I’m about the brain, the heart and what’s on the inside. I feel really lucky to be the body type I am,” the actress told Cosmopolitan UK.
The All About That Bass singer attracted some criticsim recently over a photoshopped music video. Trainor had the video taken down and told ET, “It’s just not who I am. I don’t want to promote that, even if it means take down the video and shock the world for a minute.”
Schumer threw shade at body shamers in her latest comedy sketch, “Size 12.” The comedian brought to light the harsh reality of plus-size shoppers who struggle to find brands that cater to all sizes.
“Women come in all sizes,” McCarthy told Refinery29. “Seventy percent of women in the United States are a size 14 or above, and that’s technically ‘plus size,’ so you’re taking your biggest category of people and telling them, ‘You’re not really worthy.'” #Preach