In a series of text slides and photos on her Instagram story, Reinhart criticized Cosmopolitan Philippines for drastically editing her and Mendes's bodies in the magazine's March issue, which features Mendes on the cover.
On Thursday - appropriately, International Women's Day - Riverdale breakout star Lili Reinhart took to Instagram to share with her 6.2 million (!) followers that she does not condone the Photoshopping conducted by Cosmopolitan Philippines before they reposted images from her original February cover shoot for Cosmopolitan U.S. with co-star Camila Mendes.
But in the Philippines edition of the magazine, it seems, those pictures were digitally altered to create the appearance of slimmer waists on both women. "@Lilireihart and I feel disrespected and disturbed by the sight of our photoshopped bodies in @cosmopolitan_philippines".
She added, "Camila and I are fucking handsome". As is. And you can't "fix" us.
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"Camila and I have worked incredibly hard to feel confident and comfortable in the bodies that we have", she continued.
She claimed both their pictures were airbrushed to make their waists look thinner, and she was especially upset as it was International Women's Day this week.
"To see our bodies so distorted.is a flawless example of the obstacles we have to overcome".
Dramatically altered: Sharing a picture of Camila with her waist photoshopped, she said: "But Camila and I are f***ing handsome. Our battle has only begun". We aren't going to hide behind photoshop to conform to beauty standards'. It's clearly about slimming these young women's waists.
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"So, like every other day, women....go kick some ass", she wrote.
Cosmopolitan has yet to comment on the issue. You are strong and sensational.
"Also would like to encourage celebrities and other public figures to stop photoshopping their waists/noses/arms/legs in their photos".
"Our minds can get so contaminated with endless images of perfection, and even if you don't suffer from an eating disorder, it can't hurt to incorporate a little body positivity into your routine", she wrote on Instagram. "It's adding to the problem", she said.
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"We prefer to see our bodies the way they actually are", she said. "I'm not interested in having a slimmer waist, I'm more satisfied with the one that I already have". Photoshop, whether it's making someone thinner or editing out a body part, is never OK.