Kourtney Kardashian Is Body Beautiful, Lensed By Michael Schwartz For GQ Mexico Dec-Jan, 2018.19

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Kourtney Kardashian celebrates her own skin, revealing all in Michael Schwartz images for GQ Mexico December/January 2018/19.

“I am very comfortable in my own skin, I like to be naked in my house and I think it is important to show positive images of our body,” Kardashian told the magazine. She also explained that she’s no longer as picky about what she eats, though nutrition is important. “I used to do very specific diets, I learned something from all of them and incorporated them into my lifestyle, but I’m not so strict anymore.”

Greg Lotus Flashes Vita Sidorkina In 'De Russia con Amor' For GQ Mexico June 2018


Greg Lotus Flashes Vita Sidorkina In 'De Russia con Amor' For GQ Mexico June 2018

Model Vita Sidorkina salutes the upcoming World Cup soccer games in 'De Russia con Amor', styled by Fernando Carrillo. Photographer Greg Lotus flashes Vita for GQ MexicoJune 2018./ Hair by Claudio Belizario; makeup by Steven Canvan

Bella Thorne Displays All Her Flaws In Michael Schwartz Images For GQ Mexico October 2017


Actor and singer Bella Thorne has stripped down to show fans that she's not perfect. Bella poses nude in Michael Schwartz images for GQ Mexico -- not for the appreciation of the male gaze -- but to promote body positivity and help to women see that they are crazy when comparing themselves to her. After all, look at all her flaws!!!

Thorne says she asked GQ Mexico to post some of her photos without retouching, so that she can promote her cause. 

“Lemme tell you, I have insecurities about pretty much everything,” Throne wrote. “That’s natural and that’s human.”

“You might look at this photo and think, ‘Oh shush, Bella.’ But just know every time someone looks in the mirror, they simply don’t see what everyone else sees,” she added. “Know that it’s completely normal to feel insecure and it’s accepted.”

The Disney Channel alum went on to explain that she wished “everyone talked more about their insecurities so more people in the world could know they aren’t alone [and] that it’s okay.”