Ashley Graham isn't afraid to point out her imperfections.
The plus-size model took on body shamers who have commented on her flaws by focusing on the cellulite she has on her legs.
"A little cellulite never hurt nobody.. Stop judging yourself, embrace the things that society has called 'ugly' #lovetheskinyourein #beautybeyondsize," she captioned the picture, where she's seen sporting a big grin as she rides a bike.
The outspoken star has also been very local about the importance of body confidence, and her message came to the forefront when she nabbed the coveted cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Graham is now hoping to inspire young girls struggling with body image.
"I had agents tell me, 'You'll never get on the cover of magazines. You'll never be an editorial model.' I had agents wave money in my face and say, 'If you drop some pounds, you can have a lot more of this!' And not even THAT was something that encouraged me to lose weight!" she told E! News last year. "The moment I realized I had to be healthy and happy in who I was – that's when my career took off."
"I am hopefully going to change the lives of so many different young women," Graham continued. "So many young women who have been told their cellulite is ugly, that their inner thighs that jiggle and touch are ugly – because I have all those things – and I'm on the cover of Sports Illustrated. So they must be beautiful!"
She went on to explain that her mother has a lot to do with her confidence because she always told her, "You are bold. You are brilliant, and you are beautiful."
"And those are the things I had to tell myself again after I had gained weight in a very healthy way," she admitted. "Now I'm really proud of the woman I've become – 'flaws' and all."