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Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil support Body-Positive Movement

In the way these Hollywood celebrities display through their actions, words and posts on social media the movement to promote body positivity has now become mainstream. Popular activists have utilized social media as a way to promote self-love messages to their followers.

Minda Kaling made a splash after she shared a set of images of her wearing various bikinis in July of 2019. In her post’s caption she promised the world that everyone has bikini-skinny.

“IDK who wants to hear this, but… Wear a BIKINI If you want to Wear a BIKINI. You don’t need to be size 0. Take a look at my storytimes and have a fantastic summer,” The writer wrote. Office alumni.

Demi Lovato, too has spoken to her fans about their own struggles with body image issues and eating disorders. Demi Lovato, the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer who came out as a non-binary in 2021 has previously spoken out about how they came to accept themselves.

“I’ve been working on myself for the past year, more so than I’ve ever worked on myself,” Lovato declared during The Ellen Degeneres’ Show in January of this year. “I’ve completely surrendered to the process of finding myself and loving myself and I’m feeling like that shows in my photos. I’m posting more bathing suit photos online. I’m hoping to prove to my fans that that they can achieve the self-love they desire.”

However, Jameela Jamil has used her voice to speak out on body-positive and body neutrality. Jamil, the I Weight movement founder frequently condemns celebrities who make promotional posts about questionable diet-related products on social media.

“Careful when you’re on social media. There are a lot of celebrities and influencers who appear to are knowledgeable in relation to nutrition and health, as if they’re your friends… (friends aren’t) going to offer you the laxatives they sell you)” …),” the author wrote in her Instagram post in December of 2018.

The actress also continues to send out reminders to her fans that they are perfect in their own way.

“Even those things that they told you are “wrong.” They aren’t wrong, they’re f-king normal,” the Good Place alum captioned a picture of herself on Instagram in April of this year. “They’re human. You should thank to your body this day. It’s your best friend. If fashion and film said it’s… They’re my babe bumps.”

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Celebrities Who Are in the forefront of the Body-Positive Movement: Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil and More
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Lena Dunham

When the Girls alum looked at her body, she acknowledged the fact that she held a distinct perception of body positive.

“I’ve never called myself ‘body positive’ because my relationship with my curves and scars isn’t overtly political — it’s wildly personal,” she wrote on Instagram at the beginning of March in 2020. “And it’s not always positive. I am extremely comfortable with positive body movement but I view myself more as “body tolerance.'”

A year later the writer took aim at critics who attempted to smear her appearance after her cult HBO show was cancelled.

“But one narrative I take issue with, largely because it’s a story I don’t want other women, other people, to get lodged in their heads is that I should somehow be ashamed because my body has changed since I was last on television,” Dunham posted on Instagram in the month of October 2021. “Firstly ‘did Lena eat the cast of Girls’ just isn’t a very good joke — I could punch that up for the Tweeter. Secondly, it’s ironic to have my body compared to a body that was also the subject of public scorn — an echo chamber of body shaming.”

Celebrities Who Are in the forefront of the Body-Positive Movement: Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil and More
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Mindy Kaling

“I feel like in conversations about fitness and exercise, if you’re going to be talking about someone who’s healthy and fit, you have to be a hard body with, like, a six-pack,” the writer told Shape the magazine back in May of 2021. “But that’s not really how it works, and I have learned to embrace [my body] in the past six months [since having a baby].”

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Celebrities Who Are in the forefront of the Body-Positive Movement: Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil and More
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Demi Lovato

“We hear the term body positivity all the time. To be honest, I don’t always feel positive about my body. Sometimes I do not like what I see. I don’t sit there and dwell on it. I also don’t lie to myself,” Lovato stated to Teen Vogue in November 2019.

The performer told the audience that they did not always feel confident enough to believe in affirmations, such as “you’re beautifully and wonderfully made.”

“I don’t have to lie to myself and tell myself I have an amazing body. All I have to say is ‘I’m healthy.’ In that statement, I express gratitude,” they said. “I am grateful for my strength and things I can do with my body. I am saying I’m healthy and I accept the way my body is today without changing anything.”

Celebrities Who Are in the forefront of the Body-Positive Movement: Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil and More
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Chris Pratt

“So many have claimed I’m too thin on my recent episodes of #WHATSMYSNACK. Some have even gone so far as to say that I’m “skeletal” However, simply because I’m male doesn’t mean I’m immune to your snarks. Body shaming isn’t fun,” the Marvel star wrote on Instagram in March of 2018.

He said: “So to prove my security in the way I look I’m posting a current selfie of me at what I consider a very healthy weight. 500lbs. Zero percent body fat. Totally JK guys. This is a T Rex skull. Nailed you so bad. Omg.”

Celebrities Who Are in the forefront of the Body-Positive Movement: Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil and More
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Jennifer Lopez

Lopez opened up about the pressure she felt to dress a certain way as per the standards of others.

“They’d say, ‘You should lose a few pounds,’ or ‘You should do this or do that,'” the Hustlers star spoke to InStyle in May of 2018. “It eventually got to the point where I thought”This is who am. I’m like this.’ Everyone I knew had a similar appearance and were gorgeous to me. I never saw any problem with it. I still don’t!”

Celebrities Who Are in the forefront of the Body-Positive Movement: Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil and More
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Serena Williams

“I didn’t see people on TV that looked like me, who were thick. There wasn’t positive body image. It was a different age,” the athlete discussed how she felt about her physique in an interview in Vogue in October of 2020.

For Williams being a mom, it has only helped her feel more at ease with herself.

“How amazing that my body has been able to give me the career that I’ve had, and I’m really thankful for it,” she continued. “I only wish I had been thankful sooner. It just all comes full circle when I look at my daughter.”

Celebrities Who Are in the forefront of the Body-Positive Movement: Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil and More
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Jameela Jamil

“I do kind of miss the Nineties, where we had this burst of girls who didn’t shower and were really opinionated: Alanis Morissette and Fiona Apple and Lauryn Hill saying things that really challenged people,” Jamil said to Marie Claire in September 2018. “You had all these women who were not being chosen just for their looks or for how sexy they were. We need to stop being reduced to nothing more than our looks, and appreciated for who we are again.”

Celebrities Who Are in the forefront of the Body-Positive Movement: Mindy Kaling, Demi Lovato, Jameela Jamil and More
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Ireland Baldwin

Accepting those stretch marks, cellulite curvatures, eczema, the appearance of ingrowns, pale skin and swollen roots hairy legs, along with all of the aspects that define me as a human

Via US Magazine

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