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Instagram is a very interesting social media platform! On the one hand, we are bombarded with filtered posts and “perfect” body photos, on the other hand, we see “body-positive” posts. On Instagram, which creates a virtual window into street styles, the latest trends, celebrities’ special lives and brand new collections, we are often captivated and forget the facts. Before the Instagram era, we had the same ‘perfect’ body perception in the media as well: flawless curves, super long legs, a slim waist and smooth skin. These images that we see every hour on our phones that we have not dropped may make it difficult to distinguish between real and virtual. But think like this… How often do you encounter the perfect skins and bodies you see on Instagram in real life?

The women around us, ourselves, our friends and the women in our family… Do you know a woman without stretch marks, cellulite, acne problem, pore complaints, folded abdomen or thighs that spread when sitting? Probably the answer to this question is clearly ‘no!’ We have repeatedly said that most of the things we see on the Internet and on Instagram are misleading. However, this channel where we spend hours every day shows the opposite of what we say. That’s why it’s time to meet with Instagram accounts that share the ‘facts’. Not to belittle or belittle women with fit, slim bodies! To add some more real posts to your life and your Instagram page.

Influencers who bravely share their cracks, those who aim to change body perception, those who clearly show the differences between edited and unfiltered photos, highlight the effects of photos taken from different angles… Yes, Instagram is a magical world, but with these accounts, you can get closer to seeing the facts. When you feel bad, women who make you happy with positive and mood-boosting messages, share women’s stories and experiences, but can also mock themselves, turn our Instagram page into a place where we can empower and unite. There may be those who prefer to share filtered photos and edit their photos. We cannot say anything to it, and we cannot criticize too much while it does not cause perception disturbance. However, in these times when we miss honest shares, we cannot ignore those around us and those who share our own journey!

Below you can see 15 Instagram accounts that are the meeting point of women who do not hesitate to talk about their experiences, highlight important issues and learn to love themselves …


Making you start the day with words that raise your mood every day, Female Collective is a page that “celebrates, promotes, supports women and aims to raise their mood every day”. This page, which allows you to strengthen your self-love, will also make your day beautiful with its jokes.


Everyone should follow Ashley Graham’s page! Speaking frankly about motherhood, weight, stretch marks, weight and skin problems, Ashley Graham questions everything called ‘normal’ and ‘perfect’. Defying the beauty perception of the society, Graham argues with a harsh but humorous language that many things that are called “defects” by everyone are “normal”.


The “Gurls Talk” page, founded by model Adwoa Aboah, is a platform where women can talk about everything comfortably without criticism. This platform is for women who are tired of hearing how to behave, from physical disabilities to seeing women as a sexual object.


Mik Zazon, one of the prominent names of the “Normalize normal bodies” movement, insists that what you see on social media is not real with his posts. Aiming to explain that your body can look different every day, Zazon also states that photo editing distorts the real body perception.


Cellulite, stretch marks, scars and much more… It’s all part of our journey through our body! Britney West wants to emphasize that exactly. Britney West, who posts so that you accept your body as you are, inspires her followers with unfiltered and real posts.


Megan Jayne Crabbe, who overcame her struggle with the eating disorder and now aims to improve those around her, criticizes the diet culture of the society. Defending that women should feel good in every situation, Crabbe questions different issues in each post and criticizes the role of women in the media. Crabbe, who advocates real shares, is among the names you should follow.


Fitness writer and influencer Danae Mercer aims to increase women’s self-esteem. Sharing unedited and real photos of her life and exercises, Danae Mercer shares that despite her fit appearance, her body looks different some days. Showing that photos can look completely different from different angles and with different methods, Mercer aims to increase real shares.


Iskra Lawrence, one of the most popular ‘body-positive’ activists and influencers, has made it a mission to replace women in the media! Lawrence, who wants to change his body perception and the understanding of beauty in society, shares not only the realities of the female body but also his journey after becoming a mother with his followers.


Along with body perception, “perfect” skin appearance is one of today’s problems. Everyone we see on TV, movies, and Instagram has great and flawless skin. How is it that most women around us struggle with skin complaints such as acne, scars and pores, while women can look completely different in the world on our phone? The answer is simple… Filters, photo editing software and more. Touching on exactly this issue, Em Ford shares his acne problem openly and honestly.


Chessie King brings a fresh and fun perspective to our Instagram page. Being a health and fitness influencer, King is ready to raise your mood with its energy and positive effect. Not afraid to freely share the abdominal area, stretch marks, sagging skin and much more, King wants you to embrace the same energy and celebrate the wonderful power of your body.


We’re sure you know the comedian, writer and actor Celeste Barber! Celeste Barber, who started to imitate the inaccessible posts of celebrities a few years ago in a humorous way, is now one of the indispensable names of Instagram. With a witty gimmick of her beauty perception and her ‘perfect’ body shape, Celeste Barber is sure to laugh every time you see it! “Don’t believe everything you see on Instagram!” criticizing his opinion in the funniest way, Barber proves that what we see on social media is indeed impossible.


Jameela Jamil, who does not hesitate to talk honestly about her body perception as well as her acting career, inspires us all. We can say that Jamil, who uses his followers and platform to talk about important issues, sets an example for other celebrities. Advocating women’s self-love based on her own experiences with body perception, Jamil speaks openly about women’s rights, feminism, eating disorders and ‘perfect’ beauty.


The ‘Recipes for Self Love’ Instagram account, which consists of drawings only, aims to start your day more positively or to raise your morale during the day. Celebrating diversity, differences and women, this account inspires women with its positive messages.


The perception of beauty in society is a serious issue and should be discussed seriously… But sometimes it is necessary to have fun! Rianne Meijer, who enjoys sharing all the little problems and flaws you criticized in the mirror all day on her Instagram account, does not hesitate to tease herself. Meijer, who shares real and Instagram versions of most of his photos with his humorous posts, is one of the greatest influencers possible!


The Freeda account, which says “Behind every gorgeous woman, is a group of gorgeous women,” speaks not only of body perception, but also of gender, freedom and women’s rights. Freeda, who does not hesitate to highlight important issues, makes our Instagram page beautiful with its serious and entertaining posts. Emphasizing that we should embrace our differences with our preferences and appearance, Freeda is an important source for daily motivation. Freeda, which clearly shares the unspoken topics and women’s issues spoken in whisper, is among the accounts you should follow.

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