In the past year or two, plus-size model Iskra Lawrence has made a name for herself in the body-positivity movement. She's been a valued presence there, but even she isn't immune to all the pressures that make women feel like they need to look a certain way. In her life and her work, those pressures led to years of posing in ways that hide her rolls ("and I do not mean bread rolls") and only sharing photos where her stomach looks flat.

To be fair, posting the photos that show our bodies in the best light is something we're all probably guilty of. But Lawrence makes a really good case for why we should stop doing this, and she's promising to try and be more real in her own life and work.

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