As/Is·Posted on Jun 2, 2015Lauren Conrad Won't Use "Body Shaming" Words AnymoreThose words will be "unwritten." Sorry, I had to.by Julie GersteinBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Lauren Conrad is the Queen of All Instagram, and the head of a lifestyle empire. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com You may remember her from a couple of little shows called Laguna Beach and The Hills, NBD. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF MTV Never4get. She also runs her own lifestyle site called LaurenConrad.com. laurenconrad.com The site offers fashion, crafts, food, and home stuff. And tons of fitness stories, too. laurenconrad.com Today on the site, Conrad announced that while she'll continue to run fitness and workout content, she's banning "body-shaming" words, moving forward. laurenconrad.com "When we’ve talked about getting in shape in the past, words like 'skinny,' 'slim,' and 'thin' have often come up," she wrote. laurenconrad.com "Starting this month, we’ll be banning any body shaming terms from the site, and replacing them with words like 'fit,' 'toned,' and 'healthy.'" laurenconrad.com "We try do to this for the most part anyway, but now we’re making it official!" she continued. From now on, the site will only use the word "skinny" to refer to skinny jeans. Why the change? "My editorial team and I had a long talk about it, and we want to make sure that the focus is on being fit as opposed to a number on the scale," wrote Conrad. laurenconrad.com "Every body is created differently—and healthy bodies come in all shapes and sizes." It's worth noting, however, that Conrad's Paper Crown clothing collection only sells items up to a size 8. paper-crown.com A request for comment from Lauren Conrad was not immediately returned.