Our society is all about beauty and size. As long as these two go hand in hand, people are happy but the moment you turn a little flabby or get prone to acne, you are subjected to a lot of home remedies to get rid of them.
There are allegations. They ask you to be a size zero or two. Well, it turns out someone is willing to put a stop to societal standards. Just like size 22 model Tess Holiday breaks all records with her non-diet tips and fantastic photoshoot, these women posing for Cosmopolitan are right what you need to take lessons from. Do not adhere to the standards and BE YOU!
Read what these celebrities have to say about body shaming and double standards.
"Perfect bodies do not exist; they are a myth. It is important to be able to see through the manufactured ideals in the media."
"Being a model, I always had to restrict myself to a particular size, but I wish I had known that I could be this happy at my natural size!"
"Society has ingrained in us the 'idea' of what a healthy body looks like, and people who buy into that illusion are unfortunately keener on having the appearance of a healthy body versus actually being healthy."
"Being 'fit' for me has nothing to do with 'size'."
"I've embraced my body the way it is and I choose to be on camera that way."
"Women, even when they're a size 2, are overly critical about their bodies. But if you work on it, you can have a rocking bod at any size."
These women are totally nailing shattering all ugly societal myths. Share if you are tired of people making you feel ugly and fat.