In 2003, when Kate Winslet spoke out about British GQ's extreme airbrushing of her body for the cover photo, women around the globe cheered and swooned. "The retouching is excessive," she said. "I do not look like that and more importantly I don't desire to look like that." That's not the only time she spoke up about nefarious practices: In 2007, she successfully sued a British magazine which had incorrectly stated she had visited a diet doctor, and last year the Titanic star won more than $40,000 in libel damages from the Daily Mail, which falsely reported she had lied about an extreme exercise regime. "I strongly believe that women should be encouraged to accept themselves as they are, so to suggest that I was lying was an unacceptable accusation of hypocrisy," Winslet said. Celebs are not always so quick to point out their flaws -- Winslet walks the walk and stands up for herself…and her fans.