So sad and scary.
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Zoë Kravitz is a dominatrix queen in the April/May issue of Complex magazine, wearing a tiny latex bra top and shorts with boots that nearly cover her legs from toe to crotch!
The pictures are HOT, but the interview is just AH-Mazing!
Zoë gets candid and real about a lot of her personal struggles, particularly with anorexia and having to deal with fame from a young age:
"I had a really hard time when I was 16, 17, 18. I started with the eating disorder in high school….Just [a hard time] loving myself… I think it was part of being a woman, and being surrounded by [fame]. I don't think it was about the fame, but I think it was definitely about being around that world, seeing that world. I felt pressured."
When she was filming The Road Within in 2013, the anorexia returned:
We know Christina Milian will insist it was just a joke, but some matters should not be joked about.
During a recent interview with Latina magazine, the singer and reality TV star broached the subject of body image issues in the entertainment industry.
First she explained how she works to be a positive role model for five-year-old daughter Violet:
19 Kids And Counting star Michelle Duggar may seem to live a picture perfect life, but she's the first to admit that this simply isn't true.
On Tuesday's episode of the TLC hit, the Duggar's matriarch opens up about having self-esteem issues as a teenager.
The 48-year-old confesses:
This is why Demi Lovato surrounds herself with the people she does!
They'll always keep her best interests at heart, even if it's not something she wants to hear or admit in the moment!
The singer revealed to Fitness magazine that she almost fell back into the clutches of an eating disorder last summer.
Demi admits to the mag:
Good for you, Kate!
Kate Hudson is tackling more eating disorder rumors in her new interview with Red Magazine.
The actress and mother of two has always been vocal when it comes to people questioning her weight.
Well, now it seems that she's just not defending herself, she's fighting for younger girls as well.
You probably best know Zosia Mamet as the bubbly Shoshanna Shapiro on Girls. But as much as she makes us laugh on her hit HBO series, Zosia is now opening up about a very serious subject matter.
The 26-year-old actress penned her own column in the new issue of Glamour to discuss her struggles with an eating disorder.
Paulina Pinsky CERTAINLY didn’t find the photo funny! The daughter of Dr. Drew Pinsky penned an essay calling out Bethenny for perpetuating unrealistic beauty standards that women face!
Back in February, 21-year-old Pinsky opened up about her own struggles with anorexia and bulimia. Miz Frankel has also admitted to having eating disorders. Which is why Paulina is especially troubled by the photos Frankel posted.