New Campaign Teaches Women to Love Their Stretch Marks


Roughly 80 percent of Americans have stretch marks, yet we try with all our might to hide them or make them disappear. A new Instagram account is hoping to change that and teach women to love their bodies, just as they are.

Love Your Lines—which aims to celebrate real women, real bodies and real self love—asks women to  share "a photo showcasing a part of [their] body that [they] think will inspire others to feel good about themselves (a part that [they] may have struggled with in the past or currently.)" After a call-out for submissions earlier this month, they posted the first images on August 12. And they're beautiful.

Take a look.

What do you think about this new campaign?


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