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4 Women Share Unflattering Photos of Themselves to Prove a Point About Perfection

When you're posting a picture of yourself to social media, you always want to choose the best angle, most flattering lighting, and photo option in which you look the fittest... right? Four fitness influencers took to social media to do just the opposite. Why? To prove a major point about the idea of "perfection" on social media. So many women - and young girls - tend to idolize models, fitness stars, and the like on social media with seemingly perfect bodies and lives.
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