With summer in full swing, body positivity is as needed and聽relevant as ever, and we鈥檝e got you covered. From body positive books to read this summer to anti-bikini body videos, now鈥檚 the time to squash any kind of聽body shaming before it makes you sick. And now, international plus-size model Denise Bidot is getting in on the movement. She created the聽There is No Wrong Way to Be a Woman聽campaign, and it鈥檚聽seriously聽inspiring, you guys.

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The 30-year-old model has been an advocate for body positivity for years, starring in campaigns like the 鈥Beach Body. Not Sorry.鈥 un-retouched video released by swimsuitsforall.聽鈥淭he slogan I created years ago has grown into a movement, and like any movement, it needs a home,鈥 Denise says on the campaign鈥檚 website.聽鈥淲hile the world around us may try to force us into specific categories in order to measure up to a certain definition of beauty, I say I鈥檓 in a category all my own.鈥

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Denise explains as she introduces readers to the seriously strong women of the 鈥淐lass of 2016鈥: 鈥淢y movement is all about inspiring others to love themselves exactly as they are because our differences are what make us perfect. If we are sincerely ourselves without apology, there鈥檚 no way we can go wrong.鈥

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There are聽鈥淣o Wrong Way to Be a Woman鈥 featured photos and stories from women of all shapes, abilities, races, ages and backgrounds, proving that there REALLY聽is聽NOwrong way to be a woman. The campaign spotlights women like 21-year-old Donielle, who says on the website that 鈥淏eing a woman means, 鈥榙uality鈥 to me. Because I have the ability to be more than one thing at a time. I can be sexy and smart, or funny with a serious side to me. There are no restrictions.鈥 Amen!

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Another聽woman in the Class of 2016 is 36-year-old Jennifer, who鈥檚 defied a ton of presumptions in her life so far. 鈥淚鈥檓 most proud of proving the doctors that told my parents I wouldn鈥檛 live past two or have use of my arms or legs WRONG. From day one, I鈥檝e had limitations put on me by others, and every single day I squash their limitations like a champ. I鈥檓 proud of the fact that I鈥檝e reached goals in my life 鈥 and all while sitting in my wheelchair,鈥 she says on the website. So inspiring.

If you鈥檇 like to get in on the action, follow the campaign or send out your own body positive messages using the hashtag #NoWrongWay.

What鈥檚 YOUR way of being a woman? Tweet us about it @BritandCo!

(Photos via There is No Wrong Way to Be a Woman)