Earlier this year, plus-sized model Iskra Lawrence clapped back at body shamers in a perfect way after receiving an onslaught of hate regarding her weight.
Well, fast-forward a few months later and it looks like Iskra is nowhere near done when it comes to getting her powerful messages across regarding body image.
If you've spent a few minutes scrolling through your Instagram feed, it'll only take a matter of seconds for you to be bombarded with photo after photo of digitally-altered models appearing to be perfect -- but in reality, perfection doesn't exist.
The 25-year-old British model recently took to Instagram to show people how easy it is to fake "perfection."
In the lengthy post, Lawrence said,
She's got one hell of a point! Here's the post.
Iskra Lawrence's powerful message ended with the British model urging her fans to "tag a friend who is beautiful just being the real them."
All in all, I think Lawrence made a positive impact on the ongoing conversation revolving body image.
These days, so many of us are obsessed with being perfect when, in actuality, we know that perfection is unobtainable (unless you Photoshop yourself).
Sure, there are people out there who have set fitness and diet goals for themselves in order to reach for the stars and work their way to their ideal body weight.
But for people who haven't set those goals, editing your photos won't make you self-content. It's accepting who you are regardless of what anyone thinks that does that.
Iskra put it best when she wrote,
Well said, Iskra. Well said indeed!