Jameela Jamil 'Furious' At Khloé Kardashian And 'Diet Culture' Over Photoshop Controversy

It's safe to say when you see a celebrity's photos on social media, the picture has probably been photoshopped in some way. I'll admit that even I'm not innocent of ever touching up a photo or editing it to make it just a little bit more flattering myself.

Actress Jameela Jamil is calling out the pressure put on young women to edit themselves after Khloé Kardashian defended her right to edit herself and her photos.

Khloé Kardashian is no stranger to headlines about whether or not her pictures have been edited.

Recently, after an unedited photo of her was shared to social media and subsequently copyrighted and removed by Khloé's team, Khloé spoke out about the issue.

"In truth, the pressure, constant ridicule and judgment my entire life to be perfect and to meet other's standards of how I should look has been too much to bear," she shared in a statement.

Khloé claimed she used photo editing and filters to "present myself to the world the way I want to be seen."

"It's exactly what I will continue to do unapologetically," she continued. "My body, my image and how I choose to look and what I want to share is my choice. It's not for anyone to decide or judge what it acceptable or not anymore."

Actress and body positive activist Jameela Jamil has responded to the controversy.

"She was bullied into this mind state. But now is also a really good time to admit to surgeries, thinning photographs and videos, and to stop being part of the culture that makes girls like her hate herself," Jameela tweeted in response.

"We are all [expletive] when we buy into diet culture," Jameela also shared on Instagram.

"Even though I remain furious at how much this family perpetuates fat-phobia and impossible beauty standards... I TOTALLY see why they're so obsessed with presenting as whatever society's latest ideal of 'perfect' is," Jameela wrote.

"Because they were harassed and bullied and scrutinized to within an inch of their lives."

"So this cycle of anti-feminist behavior has to end on both sides. They have to stop with the lies. The PUBLIC AND MEDIA HAVE TO STOP WITH THE BULLYING OVER THEIR LOOKS. It's just a vicious cycle otherwise," Jameela wrote.

Jameela finished by saying she hopes the controversy helps alert young women to the fact that many photos online are edited.

"May a good thing that comes from it be that at least young girls can breathe knowing they're trying to live up to fake standards, and give themselves a break when they take holiday photos," Jameela said.

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