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After Frankie Pangilinan opened up on Tonight With Boy Abunda about her Boracay bikini photos, she posted another set of swimsuit pics to put the focus on "more important things we should all be discussing." The singer posted on Instagram, "Hi! Whenever
What in the actual?
Y'all know Jason Momoa is not Aquaman IRL, right? Well, some people don't. The former Game of Thrones star (who is 39, BTW) was minding his own damn business with his wife Lisa Bonet, their kids, and her
What a shame in this age of body positivity.
Catriona Gray was just in Bangkok last week as a special guest of the 2019 Miss Universe Thailand pageant. The country holds a special place in her heart because it was where she was crowned the 2018 Miss Universe:Recently, Thai beauty
'Uy, guys, tao din ako.'
In a new vlog post, Jessy Mendiola reacts to throwback photos all the way back from when she was a kid. Showing her cute childhood pics, she recalls her love for pigtails and bangs and sharing clothes with her two sisters.When
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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
No, really, WTF?
When I think about all the places I would love to live in, the Netherlands is pretty high up on the list-hello, the capital is Amsterdam so they must be progressive, right? But, as we all know, nothing is perfect.My
The supermodel gets real about her past relationships and lack of confidence.
Ashley Graham might be on top of the world right now, but that hasn't always been the case. At the Urban Arts Partnership 25th anniversary benefit, the supermodel opened up about how much she can relate to the young girls who
"Yes, I am fat, but that doesn't give you the excuse nor the privilege to shame me to anyone."
A Facebook page called Random Photos got flak from model Katrina Gumabao, one of Cosmo's 8 Sexiest Models for 2016, for using her photo in a meme about plus-size people.Katrina responded to the meme with a Facebook post of
These gorgeous ladies already win the crown for being body positive.
Beauty pageant contestants are all gorgeous women-but they're also vulnerable to harsh criticism from people who have crazy beauty standards. More often than not, these people aren't beautiful themselves, but they expect beauty queens to conform to some unrealistic
You tell 'em!
Miss Canada isn't here for your body-shaming bullshit.After recently facing criticism on social media for gaining weight, Miss Universe pageant contestant Siera Bearchell took to Instagram to clap back at her body-shamers in the most glorious fashion."I
'My family thinks weighing less than me is the greatest achievement.'
Body-shaming is something that unfortunately starts at home. Under the guise of concern and good intentions, young women are made to be the butt of every fat joke and subjected to constant, and often brutal, ridicule. We asked Cosmo girls to
Women repeat some of the meanest comments they've ever gotten, and then effectively shut the hate down.
When it comes to bullying, we all know the Internet is ruthless. People often forget that even though we're all online, you're still talking to real people with real feelings. Fat or plus-size women are among those who feel
She's still a 'real woman' even WITHOUT the curves.
Actress Daisy Ridley refuses to apologize for her slender frame.The Star Wars: The Force Awakens beauty recently found herself under attack on social media after one Instagram user posted an image of the Brit as her Star Wars character Rey. In
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