However, not everyone is eager to support Winter's self-love.
The comment sections of her photos are filled with hateful messages that condemn Winter for shamelessly loving her body. Trolls will call her a "wannabe Kardashian" and blast her for showing off her curves — yet when a male celebrity posts a "suggestive" photo, no one says a word.
But Winter won't stand for these sexist double standards.
Any time a troll comes for Winter's full-body photos, it just motivates her to post *more* sexy shots.
In a recent interview with Yahoo! Style, Winter revealed her Instagram-posting ethos:
"If it's a little revealing — whatever!"
The 19-year-old actress said she's frustrated by the blatant sexism on social media.
"Guys, all the time, go on their Instagrams and take pictures nude with guitars in front of their stuff," Winter told Yahoo. "No one says anything. Nobody cares. When we try to be free and post what we want, it's like, 'Look at that slut on social media.'"
She doesn't understand trolls' constant need to put women — and their confidence — down.
"We're proud of our bodies," Winter continued. "We're proud of who we are. We're made the way we are. Why do we care?"
But Winter has a special message for the haters who are sick of seeing her body pop up on their timelines.
"If people don't like it, unfollow me," she said simply. "If you're so offended, why do you look at it? Don't take the time to hate on me. Just unfollow me and follow someone who covers every part of their body to their toes. I don't care."
Trolls can kiss Winter's body-positive booty.
She'll keep wearing — and posting — whatever outfit she wants on social media.