Last week, Life & Style magazine wrote a body-shaming article that "detailed" Sarah Hyland's supposed plastic surgery procedures — which she immediately shut down.

"To have Drs give their opinion ON MY FACE is absolutely ridiculous and degrading," Hyland lamented on Twitter. "I have had the worst medical year of my life and to create an entire article surrounding the question of if I've had plastic surgery is the MOST insulting thing."

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Hyland sent a warning to the magazine — but unfortunately, Life & Style decided to publish yet *another* article filled with plastic surgery speculations only a few days later.

The latest victim? Taylor Swift.

Over the weekend, Life & Style tweeted out an article about Taylor Swift, claiming Swift's body was sparking "plastic surgery rumors."

Life & Style's article about Taylor Swift's plastic surgery
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"DID SHE OR DIDN'T SHE?!" the magazine prompted readers.

Although the magazine had moved onto another celebrity, the ruthless plastic surgery claims did not sit well with Hyland.

Sarah Hyland defends Taylor Swift against plastic surgery rumors
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The "Modern Family" actress took to Twitter to blast Life & Style yet again.

"CAN YOU FUCKING STOP?!?!" Hyland wrote. "Let's empower women instead of judging their looks. There's more to us than that."

She concluded, "Guess you can't teach stupid... "

Fans applauded Hyland's unwavering fight against body shaming.

Twitter reactions to Life & Style's plastic surgery articles about Sarah Hyland and Taylor Swift
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Hyland has said it once, and she'll say it again: Stop "dissecting" women's bodies. 

Magazines seem to forget that spreading plastic surgery rumors is another form of body shaming.