Lena Dunham is bidding photoshop adieu.
As a consistent champion for body confidence, the 29-year-old Girls creator has been vocal against Photoshopped images of herself circulating in the media.
Whether it be her 2014 Vogue cover or the most recent issue of Tentaciones, glossy photos of the actress—who often appears nude in scenes for the HBO hit show—have been repeatedly called into question for evoking thinner, more defined and overall "perfected" versions of the Golden Globe nominee. After years of publicity, she's had it with the photographic manipulation.
"[I am] not done with getting my picture taken (once an insufferable ham, always an insufferable ham) but done with allowing images that retouch and reconfigure my face and body to be released into the world," she wrote in the newest issue of her newsletter Lenny Letter released Tuesday. "The gap between what I believe and what I allow to be done to my image has to close now. If that means no more fashion-magazine covers, so be it."