One in eight people above 18 have felt suicidal about the way they look, a parliamentary inquiry has heard.
The actress was given a "whiter face, a little English nose and perfect skinny thighs" at the beginning of her career.
Humans of New York, known for its profiles of New Yorkers, shared the story of a guy who wants his significant other to lose weight. And people are upset.
[Photo: Instagram/Alison Kimmey] When we read blog posts about fitness and happiness, the focus is usually on losing weight. Even in posts about self love and body positivity, there’s still often the suggestion that we’d be better off a few pounds lighter. And while losing weight is a good and necessary move for many, the pressure to look or weigh a certain way can be exhausting and damaging. This is why health coach Allison Kimmey recently decided to turn this idea on its head in a recent Instagram post.