The page features submitted pictures from women globally, women of all different shapes and sizes. The best part of these pictures? There is no perfect angle, lighting, Photoshop, or even filter used. These pictures are completely untouched and raw to the touch. The women either cover themselves with their hands, an emoji, or a different symbol or effect.
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In recent years however, the celebrities in the pictures themselves have taken to speaking out about the epidemic of photoshop and airbrushing of supposed flaws. The latest set of the celebrity pack to join in with speaking out are the Loose Women ladies. On 29th April, the various presenters of the daytime show released a black and white image, showing them clad in just their underwear. And viewers found this real image, showing the women — flaws, stretchmarks, tummies, scars and all — a refreshing change from the norm. Forget the airbrushed images you see. But what other celebrities and brands have helped to speak out against unrealistic beauty ideals in the recent past? I hope I can inspire other women towards greater confidence by making the most of their natural good looks.
On Tuesday evening, Alys Gagnon, editor for Kidspot , posted a nude photograph of herself on Instagram. However, some 12 hours after the photo was posted online, Instagram removed it because it violated community guidelines. This includes photos, videos, and some digitally-created content that show sexual intercourse, genitals, and close-ups of fully-nude buttocks.