On "The Bachelor," literally everyone — from the contestants to the serial daters to Chris Harrison — is undeniably good-looking.
There seems to be an unspoken "rule" that "Bachelor" contestants must have a thin body and maintain an attractive appearance.
But unfortunately, few participants speak out against the intense pressures they face to look as "perfect" as possible.
However, former Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe refuses to stay silent.
In a raw "realstagram" post, Bristowe opened up about the show's "perfect body" pressure.
"I don't know if you noticed but it feels like if you go on 'The Bachelor,' your body has to be perfect and you have to post about it, like, a lot," Bristowe wrote. "Which is a ton of pressure."
Bristowe revealed she was even hesitant to take a bikini photo on vacation because she was worried it wouldn't live up to society's expectations.
"While I was in Mexico, I thought to myself, 'if I am here and I don't take a sexy professional pic in my bikini, did I even go to Mexico?' I found myself doing the compare thing," Bristowe noted.
"I should have taken a sexy bikini photo," she continued. "And I should have done it without filtering or editing it, with a bad angle, for a good #Realstagram photo. Because real is sexy too."
She's the first to admit she still has insecurities, but Bristowe refuses to let insane body standards dictate her life.
"Yes. I'm tiny, but I have cellulite, and insecurities. I'm actually insecure about how scrawny my arms are," she wrote. "I work hard to be healthy, and love my body, but also drink wine and eat McDonald's. (Had it twice this week.)"
"I am so lucky."