People Are Claiming Sofia Vergara's Naked Magazine Cover Isn't as 'Inspiring' as Everyone Thinks

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Actress Sofia Vergara's nude Women's Health cover is beyond hot, but some aren't completely sold it's truly naked and void of retouching.

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The 45-year-old Modern Family star bares it all (well, almost) on the magazine's first-ever naked issue, proudly standing in nothing but her self-confidence.

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"Here's a woman, 45, being able to show her body," Vergara declares to Women's Health. "It's not like before, when it was just young girls."

Though she admits she doesn't look like she did in her twenties, this Colombian mogul (Vergara founded Latin World Entertainment, a multi-service and multi-million dollar talent management company) isn't stressing out about having the perfect body or "cut abs." She embraces being 45, telling the mag, "I think if you are obsessed with this 'I want to look younger' thing, you're going to go crazy ..."

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And while that all sounds nice and wonderful, many people are unimpressed with Sofia's groundbreaking WH cover, as they feel it truly doesn't bare it all.

"She is a very beautiful and talented women, but this looks photoshopped -- I hope that is not the case if you're celebrating women," one commenter wrote on the Women's Health Instagram.

Others feel Sofia's presence on a magazine cover that focuses on "body confidence" and sexiness sends the wrong message -- one that can make people question their own self-worth.

"Sofia is stunning, and a wonderful actress, but let's be real," another Instagram commenter mentioned. "No amount of exercise and dieting will make most women half her age look anything like this. Let's encourage fitness, health, and happiness for women of all ages -- not unattainable goals."

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"Here's another beautiful, well-kept, wealthy celebrity posing in the buff," writes another. "But this does not represent most 45+ women and sets a precedent for body-shaming. Throughout the age groups. I think she looks perfect photoshopped or not. But she is unique."

The growing outcry of Sofia's Women's Health cover begs the question of whether or not we need to celebrate actresses in this way or if publications should start leaning toward more everyday individuals -- especially when it comes to honoring the female form and body confidence.

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