2015 has already been a major year for shutting down body shaming, especially in the media where change like this matters. From ModCloth鈥檚 no-Photoshop campaign to Tess Holliday鈥檚 Instagram-and-onwards body positivity campaign, models are representing more of what the real world actually consists of. The latest body positive moment comes courtesy of one of our fave gals Lauren Conrad, who just announced in her June 鈥淟etter From Lauren鈥 that her lifestyle site is officially banning body shaming terms for good.

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Today Lauren Conrad shared a letter on LaurenConrad.com titled 鈥淪hape Up鈥 that primarily focuses on summertime and swimsuit season. While the editorial content throughout the month will highlight getting into shape for the summer featuring fitness content as well as the usual fashion, food and beauty posts visitors are accustomed to, the former Laguna Beach star shared that there will be something missing from the conversation that has been there in the past.

In the post Lauren wrote, 鈥渨e鈥檒l be banning any body shaming terms from the site, and replacing them with words like 鈥榝it鈥 鈥榯oned,鈥 and 鈥榟ealthy.鈥欌 Those relatable terms will be replacing more words like 鈥渟kinny,鈥 鈥渟lim鈥 and 鈥渢hin.鈥 The fashion mogul stated the site is transitioning away from using the harsher words because 鈥渨e want to make sure that the focus is on being fit as opposed to a number on the scale. Every body is created differently 鈥 and healthy bodies come in all shapes and sizes.鈥 We couldn鈥檛 agree more, Lauren.

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While a majority of the post highlighted the change in a healthier conversation, Lauren did playfully declare there will be one case of 鈥渟kinny鈥 still being used on the site, reserved solely for 鈥渟kinny jeans.鈥 Here鈥檚 to a happy + healthy summer 鈥 hopefully with a bonfire or two ;)

What are your thoughts on Lauren Conrad鈥檚 body shaming terms ban? Let us know in the comments.

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