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Franco Mabanta recently felt the Internet's wrath when he publicly announced that he is "100 percent in favor of fat shaming."In a now-deleted Facebook post, Franco wrote, "I think the world would be a better place if all
'Please learn to have more empathy for others.'
Gigi Hadid took some time out of her New York Fashion Week schedule to tweet at those who say she looks "too skinny" on the runway this year. Hadid revealed that her apparent weight loss is a result of receiving treatment for
Sarah gets real about the stigma she's experiencing as a pregnant woman.
Sarah Lahbati, who's currently six months pregnant, revealed on social media that she's been experiencing body shaming because of her changing pregnant body. The actress posted a note on Twitter and on Instagram to address the issue. She
'I have never felt so confident, so happy, and so in love with my body. Stretch marks and all.'
Actress and new mom Kylie Padilla recently took to Instagram to spread body love and we can't help but rally behind her. Writing a brave and heartfelt message, Kylie addressed those who left body shaming comments on an earlier post: "I
'I don't give even the tiniest of sh*ts what anyone else feels about my body.'
Being a celebrity doesn't necessarily mean you're born with thicker skin, and the downside to being famous must be putting up with the endless negative comments from inane trolls on social media. But the upside must be the satisfaction of
Enough already.
1. Fat women are new to the gym.I can't even begin to tell you how many times people-gym rats and trainers alike-have come up to me to ask if it was my first time working out at the