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Things We Saw Today: Ronda Rousey Apologizes for Photoshopped Image

Ronda Rousey talks a lot about body positivity and revels in the fact that she doesn’t have a “typical” body type. So, when fans saw a recent promotional image of her from an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon where her arms looked suspiciously small, they mentioned it. She explained and apologized for the image on her Instagram. (via Factually)

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Teresa Jusino (she/her) is a native New Yorker and a proud Puerto Rican, Jewish, bisexual woman with ADHD. She's been writing professionally since 2010 and was a former TMS assistant editor from 2015-18. Now, she's back as a contributing writer. When not writing about pop culture, she's writing screenplays and is the creator of your future favorite genre show. Teresa lives in L.A. with her brilliant wife. Her other great loves include: Star Trek, The Last of Us, anything by Brian K. Vaughan, and her Level 5 android Paladin named Lal.

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