Megan Fox, a Sports Illustrated cover star, has opened up about her struggles with body dysmorphia and how she overcame it.
The actress revealed that she used to compare herself to other women and feel insecure about her body, but has now learned to love and accept herself.
Fox hopes that by sharing her story, she can inspire others to overcome their own body image issues and learn to love themselves.
The actress also spoke about her experience on the set of the Sports Illustrated shoot, saying that she felt empowered and confident.
Fox worked hard to prepare for the shoot, focusing on her mental and physical health and adopting a healthy lifestyle.
The actress is proud of her body and hopes that her cover will help to redefine beauty standards and promote body positivity.
Fox has been praised for her honesty and courage in speaking out about her struggles with body dysmorphia, which affects millions of people around the world.
The Sports Illustrated shoot has been praised for its diversity and inclusivity, featuring women of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds.
Fox's story serves as a reminder that no matter how successful or beautiful someone may appear on the outside, they may still struggle with their own insecurities.
By sharing her journey, Megan Fox has inspired others to embrace their imperfections and love themselves for who they are, not who they think they should be.