A New Zealand model and social influencer is on a mission to fight body image stereotypes.
Jess Quinn, who was a finalist on Dancing with the Stars, is a cancer survivor and amputee.
Last year, a photo of the 26-year-old was altered to make her skin appear smoother and her waist smaller.
Quinn wants a law that requires any commercially used photo of a model that's been photo shopped, to have a caption saying so.
She told Tim Dower she's starting a petition and hopes to get at least 100,000 signatures.
"I was persuaded to bring a petition to Parliament after I contacted Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. To have the Prime Minister of New Zealand reply to a message - I'm sure she's got some other massive things going on - it was really amazing."
LISTEN ABOVE AS JESS QUIN SPEAKS TO TIM DOWER