Ashley Graham

Meghan Markle, Lady Gaga urge action on women's right to education

Charlize Theron, Meghan Markle, Blake Lively, Ashley Graham, Tom Brady, Lady Gaga, Bono and many more have signed an open letter demanding world leaders take women's education seriously.

The letter was organized by the ONE organization's Poverty is Sexist campaign.

Ashley Graham: Embracing my cellulite helped me land the cover of Sports Illustrated

"The only pressure that I feel is to continue to represent women of all shapes and sizes in a correct manner," she said. "I think that I'm doing that by eating healthy, working out and staying true to who I am. I am a very curvy, voluptuous woman."

Graham, who was featured on the 2016 cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit edition, has been vocal about her experiences being body shamed -- no matter her size.

Plus-size model shamed for weight loss

The plus-sized model who made the cover of Sports Illustrated's latest swimsuit edition recently shared some images showing off a more svelte physique.

"Where are your curves?! " one person commented on a photo showing Graham wearing a white, fitted knit crop top and skirt along with a cropped black jacket.

"You did lose a lot of weight," another wrote. "I am no longer a fan of yours. You betrayed a lot of people!"