Runner Lauren Fleshman posted a photo of her "thigh cheese" and the world reacted as she explained that sometimes photos don't represent what you look like all the time. Sometimes, they are just a photo of one moment when you looked awesome because you worked for it.
Buzzfeed photoshopped real women into cover models and filmed their reactions to their touched-up selves. The moral of the story is that the grass only seems greener on the other side.
One of our own SheKnows writers shared her liberating experience without makeup for two whole years.
This fitness mom's photos went viral because she showed off an unlikely accessory in her bikini photo shoot: her stretch marks.
When this blogger's extreme weight loss photo hit the internet, we learned that weight loss doesn't result in one guaranteed body type. Even losing 173 pounds won't make you look like a swimsuit model and that's OK.
Taryn Brumfitt launched The Body Image Movement after losing weight to compete in a fitness competition, ultimately so she could love her body again. What she learned is that she loved her body more before the transformation.
Why can Kim Kardashian post big butt selfies, but other women's bodies are deemed inappropriate for Instagram? This woman challenged her banned belfie and asked the internet to redefine "curvy" to be more than just a big butt and big boobs with a still-skinny waist.
Four women with different plus-size body types put on swimsuits and modeled at the beach to bring us a plus-size swimsuit calendar.
And we took a good, hard look at them too.
This 'Stop the Beauty Madness' campaign released a series of disturbing ads that made us think twice about what makes a person beautiful.
Brittany Miles sent this message: Hey, I may be fat now but I beat my eating disorder and proved once again that sometimes the after-weight-loss picture isn't the one that really represents who you want to be.
The female athletes were asked to write words on their teammates' bodies that mentioned what they admired about them. The photo project sends a really kick-ass message about fighting the scary normalcy of body hate.
She posted photos on her blog that she wished she didn't photoshop and showed the before versions, and now her blog is about fashion and fighting for body love.
When a swimsuit company photoshopped her to be thinner, she made sure everyone knew it wasn't realistic.
Female body builders in South Korea are challenging the ideal that women in their country have to be frail and feminine.
Her goal was to prove that not even yogis come in one shape and one size and her photos will inspire you to hit the mat, too.
These lingerie models are not what you expect to see at any fashion show, let alone a lingerie fashion show, and they look pretty amazing.
The Lammily Doll comes with zits and stretch marks, and you can buy one for your daughter.
When a New York Times writer called Viola Davis "less classically beautiful than Kerry Washington," one woman sought to redefine what it means to be black and beautiful.
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