Are you in desperate need of more strong women to follow on the ‘Gram? No worries! We’ve got you covered. Enter one Miss Jameela Jamil! The 33-year-old actress is a fierce advocate of body and skin positivity, as well as an overall inspiration to anyone who has ever struggled with self-image.

On Monday, April 1, The Good Place star took to social media to share a powerful message about embracing the skin you’re in. “Boob stretch marks are a normal, beautiful thing,” she began. “I have stretch marks all over my body and I hereby rename them all ‘Babe Marks.’ They are a sign my body dared to take up extra space in a society that demands our eternal thinness,” Jameela continued.

“They are my badge of honor for resisting society’s weaponizing of the female form.” Babe marks? Hell yeah, Jameela. We’re definitely down with that rebrand and we suspect that plenty of other female celebs would be, too. Ahem, Chrissy Teigen.

In addition to her message on body positivity, Jameela also commented on skin positivity. “My face is white because I wear SPF 100 sunscreen like a boss,” she wrote. “P.S. LOVE YOUR BROWN SKIN. I tan responsibly, but I love to tan! I love to embrace and celebrate my heritage. This skin bleaching and whitening should be banned. It’s inherently racist, classist and emotionally very damaging,” Jameela concluded, along with the hashtag “brown and proud.”

Golden Globes 2019 Jameela Jamil
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Of course, thousands of fans and fellow industry people flocked to her post with words of praise. “Love everything about this post,” Brooklyn Nine-Nine actress Stephanie Beatriz commented. “Until a couple of years ago, I thought boob stretch marks were something that had to be hidden and/or fixed. Posts like this one are very, very, very important. I cannot even begin to stress how important they are,” added someone else.

Our thoughts exactly! Keep doing what you do, Jameela. You’re an inspiration to us all.