Instagram Removed Her Photo Because She's Not Skinny. Here's The Video That Got Them To Apologize.

Meghan Tonjes is a singer/songwriter, YouTube star, and body-positive vlogger. She's basically my hero. And after you listen to her rant at Instagram for removing one of her photos from their site for being "offensive," she'll be your hero too.If you're short on time, jump to 3:27 for the really good stuff.

The good news is that Instagram totally apologized and reversed their decision. You can see the pic live on the site here, and if you're feeling brave, share your own booty pic with the hashtag #bootyrevolution. Yay!


If you liked what Meghan had to say and would like to hear more, you can follow her on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or Tumblr. No pressure though.

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