We get it, we women are constantly pressured to look a certain way. But have you ever wondered why women feel the need to Photoshop, pluck, primp, and never simply just… embrace?

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Meet Taryn Brumfitt in her new documentary, “EMBRACE,” Brumfitt asked 100 women to describe their bodies. The adjectives used were self-depreciating, but probably not surprising.

Common responses included “disgusting,” “wobbly,” “stumpy” and “average,” proving that many women are dealing with the same insecurities with which Brumfitt herself struggled.

But Brumfitt wasn’t satisfied with her fellow females constantly mistreating themselves. She looked to her own daughter, and thought how sad it would be if the young girl grew up, only to continue the cycle of self-loathing.

With a Kickstarter campaign to help with the production of her documentary, Brumfitt wants to spread the message that “everyBODY is beautiful.”