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These inspiring celebs don't bother editing their photos to look 'perfect.'
Let's face it: Social media has impossibly high standards of beauty, which could often lead to us feeling bad about ourselves. Photoshopped images that reek of perfection can very easily feed on our insecurities and make us feel as if
'People have scars and we do not want to add on to it.'
Chynna Ortaleza recently opened up about what it's like to be publicly scrutinized for her weight. It all started when the GMA-7 actress updated her Instagram profile with a photo of herself and her husband Kean Cipriano enjoying a
Body-shaming is never okay, y'all.
It's another day and another chance for us to be educated about body-shaming. Everyone, making fun of someone's physical appearance is rude, disrespectful, and demoralizing for the person you're "joking" about. Words do hurt people
Kris has an important reminder about normalizing *flaws*.
Kris Bernal is back with another reminder to acknowledge your body for what it is and what it can do for you. ICYDK, the actress has been vocal about her experience of being at the receiving end of body-shaming comments. In
You do you, girl.
If you're ever looking for new accounts to follow on Instagram (aside from your favorite K-drama actors, Pinoy streetwear brands, and FA vloggers of course), here's one profile you shouldn't miss: 31-year old artist
Nicole lost 70 pounds and gained a ton of perspective.
These days, there's a good chance you'll catch Nicole Lacanilao, 26, doing burpees in her driveway, getting dolled up for photoshoots with her sisters, and flexing her new workout gear on Instagram. At first glance, she may seem
'It really does happen to many of us.'
In a world where perfection seems to be the norm, Bianca Gonzalez chooses the opposite route. She posted a no-makeup selfie showing the real texture of her skin, including breakouts. It's refreshing to see amidst all the other posts
She posted a barefaced selfie.
We turn to social media for a lot of things: another piece of decor for that room makeover, a new must-try dessert, a possible outfit for a virtual reunion, or simply some inspiration to get those creative juices flowing. Despite all
'People are skinny, curvy, tall, short, petite, large, and that's just the reality of things!'
Kris Bernal has an important reminder for everyone: Body-shaming is *never* okay and no "body" is perfect. Kris has always been vocal about this issue, having been on the receiving end of harsh comments. In 2017, the actress slammed people for
She's in the slow-but-sure process of not caring about what other people would say.
Erika Rae Poturnak hasn't been in the spotlight for a long time, but she has already been the subject of scrutiny about her body. In October 2019, her mother Ina Raymundo defended her from comments insinuating she had a boob
Because fashion should be enjoyed by everyone.
We love basic clothing, but when we see upgraded versions of it, we become obsessed! Case in point, these tops from Terraquota that come in pretty colors. This local brand aims to let every body enjoy fashion. Their sizes run from S
She explains how she takes care of herself, too.
Kathryn Bernardo started in showbiz as a child star, so she grew up with all eyes on her. Because of this, she's always subject to criticism, especially about her body. Common comments she would get were "sakang" or bow-legged,
'You don't need an excuse to feel good about yourself.'
Bodies come in all different shapes and sizes. Some have curves, others have scars, maybe stretch marks, also muscle, and probs hair in places not deemed "appropriate" according to societal standards. But one thing that is certain: Your body is the only
She also encouraged others to do the same.
KC Concepcion has become a victim of bashers who comment on her body shape. In an Instagram post, she revealed that during her hiatus, people would make her feel bad for not having a typical Asian slender silhouette. But, she did not
'A shaved head is just a shaved head.'
If there's anything I've learned while scrolling through my feed over the last few months, it's that quarantine has given people the courage to cut, color, and style their own hair however they want. Speaking from
They recently worked together on a swimsuit campaign for H&M.
ICYMI, Nadine Lustre and Maja Salvador recently revealed their latest and most-awaited swimsuit campaign with H&M, and they look *SO* good!Pinay vlogger Angel Dei also shared that she was actually in Palawan with Nadine and Maja as they were
'Bad ass tiger stripes!'
Stretch marks are a funny old thing... Despite being a totally normal, gorgeous and even empowering part of the human body, many women (and, in fact, people of all genders) are still self-conscious about theirs. Which, while we can totally understand,
'It was difficult to convert those negative comments into motivation but I had to.'
The vlogger celebrated her body in a tweet that has now gone viral.
On March 3, 2020, vlogger and content creator Rei Germar got real about her body love journey on Twitter. She started it off by saying, "I remember trying lots of waterproof [concealers] to cover up the hyperpigmentation and scars all over my
'You should maybe focus on trying to be kind.'
A popular Instagrammer has received swathes of criticism from her followers after she launched a tirade of public fat-shaming centered around a plus-size model.Wendy Cheng, a Singapore-based influencer with profiles on Instagram and YouTube under the name Xiaxue,