17-year-old Ariel Winter has had to deal with more than her fair share of comments about her body since Modern Family made her a star. Over the weekend, though, a harmless Instagram photo of Winter and her nieces brought a bevy of unsolicited comments and criticism, and Winter decided she’d had enough. Read on to see the social media takedown that’s drawing praise from all corners!
The ongoing Kim Kardashian fat shaming controversy reached an interesting new point this week, as Kim herself shared some comments aimed at her detractors. Specifically, she tried to deflate the whole matter by referring to her “fat arms and fat a**” in a new interview. In addition, Khloe Kardashian offered a couple of jokes about the ongoing controversy–read on to see what Kim’s sister thinks of all this.
Thanks to outrage over Donald Trump’s treatment of Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, women have begun live-tweeting their periods at Donald Trump. Here’s a sampling!
Social network giant Facebook is catching some heat for having “fat” as one of their how are you feeling status updates. Non-profit organization Endangered Bodies has started a Change.org petition hoping to get Facebook to remove the emoji which features embarrassed rosy cheeks, a puffy circumference and even a double chin. Get Facebook’s statement on the emoji and let us know what you think about the hubbub.
Dr. Drew’s 21-year-old daughter Paulina Pinsky penned an amazing piece about her own struggles with anorexia and bulimia and her work is now garnering national attention. Read the heartfelt piece in full, see an insightful interview with Paulina that aired today on CNN and read what her father had to say about her opening up.
Lena Dunham is often naked on her HBO series Girls, and a lot of people have a lot of opinions about that. Recently, the issue of Lena’s on-screen skin came to a head when The Wrap reporter Tim Molloy asked Lena and her producer Judd Apatow about it during a Television Critics Association panel. Why is Lena naked a lot of the time? Why does it even matter?
Bethenny Frankel, who is building an empire based on her “Skinnygirl” concept, has been open about her own struggles with disordered eating, which she feels was partly caused by her own mother’s obsession with body and food. Find out how she plans to break that cycle with Brynn.
Following Lululemon’s recall of yoga pants that proved to be transparent in some areas, the company’s founder said certain women’s body types are actually to blame. Chip previously got himself in hot water for saying the company doesn’t carry larger sizes because it’s “a money loser.”