The Good Place star recently came out in response to a backlash she faced over her involvement in a new voguing show.
Actress Milla Jovovich revealed Tuesday that she had an emergency abortion two years ago and that it was "one of the most horrific experiences" she has ever gone through.
Fans are cheering on the "Good Place" actress for calling out Kardashian's latest weight loss endorsement.
"We should be talking about the people alive, in power, ruling the world who are hurting, destroying far more lives than this man who has passed only yesterday"
Jameela Jamil has become an outspoken advocate of the body positivity movement, creating the I Weigh campaign and regularly using her platform to raise awareness of prevalent issues such as body shaming. Jamil has addressed the way she used to respond to these critical comments, and how her attitude towards criticism has changed in recent times. Earlier this month, Jamil shared an open letter on Twitter directed at those who've questioned her right to call out body shaming due to the fact that she's a slim woman.
Jameela Jamil has addressed criticisms that she has no right to speak out about body shaming because she is “slim”. The Good Place actor posted a lengthy note on Twitter explaining that she is not trying to “be the face” of the body positivity movement, but that she wants to make the most of her platform by giving marginalised groups a voice. “A note from me to anyone who feels uncomfortable that a slim woman is fighting body shaming as hard as I am,” the 32-year-old’s message begins.
The actress was given a "whiter face, a little English nose and perfect skinny thighs" at the beginning of her career.
Jameela Jamil has said looking back at airbrushed photos of herself makes her feel “gross”.
"We need to respect women more than this," the star of "The Good Place" tweeted after a magazine body-shamed stars like Lea Michele and Mariah Carey.