Trolls attacked the “Happier Than Ever” singer in January when she posted a vacation bikini video. She addressed the hate in a short film shared on her YouTube in May.
“The ‘ideal body’ is often presented to us as looking one particular way … but that’s a concept I hope to help change,” the Riverdale star wrote about the #AerieReal campaign.
When posts about the perfect “summer body” were stressing us out, the queen of self-love reminded us, “Go look in the mirror. That body *is* your summer body,” in an IG caption.
In a caption walking followers through her thought process posting a bikini pic, Rexha wrote, “Here is what a real woman looks like on Instagram without photoshop.” Period.
“This is my biggest fear. A photo of me in a bikini unedited. And guess what, it’s CELLULIT!!!!” Lovato captioned a photo from a 2019 trip to Bora Bora.
The Orange is the New Black actress shared a post about her journey to accepting and loving her body. “My beauty shines every day in every way. And yours does too,” she wrote.
“WEAR A BIKINI IF YOU WANT TO WEAR A BIKINI,” The Office star captioned this photo. She doesn’t have to tell us twice!
The Younger star shared in a 2017 IG post, "You guys (you know who you are!) already know how to ruin a good time, and now you are body shamers as well. #kissmyass 😛✌🏻."
The singer anticipated trolls when she posted a beach photo, so she shut them down preemptively. "For those telling me I have cellulite. I know. I own a mirror," she wrote.
After wearing a bikini during a 2015 vacation, trolls attacked Gomez's weight. In response, the singer posted a photo of herself relaxing, looking unbothered.
After trolls attacked her appearance on the cover of InStyle in a sexy white bathing suit, Schumer clapped back with a series of bikini-clad photos on Instagram.
When Swift and the ladies of Haim were tracked down by the paparazzi during a private 2015 vacation, they got ahead of the paps by posting their own bikini pics.