Jameela Jamil has had quite the week when it comes to calling things, or indeed people, out.
Recently, she put detox teas and the celebrities who promote them on blast, calling out Cardi B, Khloé Kardashian, and Iggy Azalea in particular.
Calling them "laxative nonsense", she even posted a comedic video to Instagram trying to show the truth about taking detox products. The basic message? You'll shit yourself and that's about it.
But if you thought Jameela was going to stop there then you clearly don't know who we're talking about. Now, she's tackling the photoshopping, airbrushing, and filtering of celebrities in the media, and in particular the editing done to pictures of women.
Writing about why "airbrushing should be illegal", Jameela began: "I would like to put airbrushing in the bin. I want it gone. I want it out of here."
She continued to detail the reasons why she wants it "banned", stating that it's a lie and can lead to a decline in good mental health. "It exists to sell a fantasy to the consumer that this 'perfection' is indeed possible," she continued. "How is this ethical or even legal?"
Talking about the effect airbrushing can have on the subject, Jameela said that "if you see a digitally 'enhanced' picture of yourself, you run the risk of becoming acclimatised to that level of flawlessness and it makes it harder for you to accept your actual image".
She then drew on her own experiences of being photoshopped in pictures, claiming that editors have lightened her skin or changed her ethnicity altogether.
It's bad for the girls who are looking at the picture. But it's also bad for my mental health. It makes me dislike what I'm seeing in the mirror. It's a message from the editor to me that I am not good enough as I am.