Fans rushed to the actress's defense, slamming "cruel" reactions to an ad for muffin snacks featuring her five children.
What started out as a well-meaning sweatshirt has led to an uproar on social media over mixed messages about fat shaming and body positivity.
Curvy model Amelia Stubbs is speaking out after being fat-shamed by an L.A.-based magazine employee.
"Ellen's dying wish was that women of size make her death matter by advocating strongly for their health and not accepting that fat is the only relevant health issue."
The 27-year-old TV personality was targeted by body-shamers after a guest appearance on 'Love Island: Aftersun'
Given the recent controversies surrounding Stefano Gabbana, some of Ashley Graham’s fans aren’t happy that she took part in a Dolce & Gabbana show.
"Being fat is recognising revulsion in a stranger’s face when you just want to get through your day"
This Indiana woman is going viral for her 'petty' response to a customer's rude remark about her body during a trip to the bakery.
"The feeling of pure embarrassment is something I’ll never forget. I loved myself so little back then that I let that her treat me that way."
On Monday, Twitter user @ElliottEdie35 took to his keyboard to share his musings on the size of women’s bodies. Whether or not @ElliottEdie35’s opinion will go down in the social media hall of fame is unclear.
While the dress was long-sleeved and loose, it showed a lot of skin, proving that she was unperturbed by the remarks from a Barstool Sports writer.
A woman who was 'fat-shamed' by her own doctor used the incident to kick-start a new health and fitness regime which has seen her drop an incredible 10 stone.
Last year Playboy model Dani Mathers posted a photo to Snapchat body-shaming a fellow gym-goer. Diana Andrews, an Insta-famous body builder from London, recently shared a photo of a women working out at the gym to her Instagram Stories.
A woman from Aarhus, Denmark, who was once classified as “morbidly obese” after tipping the scales at 268 pounds, now works as a physical trainer and sportswear model after dropping more than half of the weight in a period of four years. Mathilde Broberg, 22, lost the excess pounds partially by cutting out junk food, exercising avidly and following the “teaspoon diet,” where she measured out her food and ate with a teaspoon to ensure that the portion sizes weren’t larger than the size of a flat-out hand.
The advert was spotted by Natalie Harvey, who runs local anti-bullying charity, Combat Bullying. “Rather than shaming the overweight in society let’s encourage & help them @Fit4lessUK this poster IMO is bullying,” she wrote on Twitter.