"Some of us want to be noticed and do not want to hide, so make designs that any other woman wants because we have the same needs, desires, and eye for design that a straight-size woman has," says Alex Michael May.
Scarlett London was slammed for posting this image. An Instagram star says she has been inundated with abuse and malicious death threats after a sponsored post with a mouthwash brand sparked a social media storm. Scarlett Dixon, who blogs under the name ‘Scarlett London’, took to Instagram on Friday to share a glimpse of her “morning routine”.
A watchdog is cracking down on celebrities who don't clarify if they've been paid to promote certain products.
Showing off their hard work, attention seeking or dying for validation - what is the motivation behind the current trend of celebrities and influencers baring it all in their social media posts?