Las redes sociales se han convertido en la principal fuente de #BodyPositive. Durante una larga temporada, Instagram estuvo invadido de cuerpos “perfectos”, modelos sin un gramo de grasa y con curvas de envidia practicamentes imposibles de conseguir. Sin embargo, eso está empezando a cambiar, la industria de la moda ya está incluyendo modelos plus size en sus campañas.
CELEBRATE THOSE FATROLLS! I know it's hard to look in the mirror and love the curvier parts of your body, but if you think about, it's just crazy. Who decided that curves aren't beautiful? Who decided you can't loveeeee your stretchmarks, fatrolls and big legs? SO I'LL MAKE MY OWN DECISION!!! I'm gonna try and compliment myself on each part of my body ever day, you all should try it. Fatrolls? More like protecting skin. Big ass? More like shaking booty 💃🏼 Too much fat on your legs? More like a mermaidtail! Stretchmarks? TIGERSTRIPES!!! When you feel good, healthy and happy, why does it matter what other people think or look like? The only person who can make you love your body is YOU. So try and see things positive instead of negative, it makes a big difference already. A person is most beautiful when they fully accept and love themselves ❤️🦋 #LoveYourBody #EmbraceYourCurves #MyJourney 📸 by @rachelkeijzerphotography
Y una nueva imagen de #PlusSize y #BodyPostive acaba de surgir en nuestra red social favorita. Se trata de nada más y nada menos que de la prima de Bella y Gigi Hadid. Sí, así como lo lees, no todos son modelos delgadas en la familia.
Se trata de la hija del hermano de Yolanda Hadid y su nombre es Joann. Aunque la joven de 18 años apenas va iniciando su carrera como modelo, ya cuenta con más de 45 mil followers gracias a que acepta y se deja ver orgullosa de su cuerpo "plus size".
I'm so scared posting this BUT I wanna show you guys that instagram girls are NOT perfect. So thank you for all the sweet messages already 😭❤️ My biggest insecurities, my legs and my belly..... there once was a girl who couldn't smile and showing her fatrolls at the same time... There once was a girl who didn't want to go swimming with her class because then she had to show her legs.. there was once was a girl who hated her stretchmarks and never wanted to change her clothes if there was anyone else in the room (even her family or best friends!). This girl was so insecure because everywhere she looked or went people told her that she was too "fat", too "ugly", that she was "unhealthy" and that she needed to lose weight. This girl was so unhappy about her body that she'd do ANYTHING to change it. This girl would have never believed if you told her she was at the same place she is now. This girl is me. And I think a lot of boys and girls can relate to what I'm saying here. People judging you because you don't look like the models on the covers or people judging you because you DO look like the models on the covers. It's always too thin or too fat, there's no in between!!! You can never make other people happy so 🖕🏼them. Do YOU! Make yourself happy. Don't care about the opinions of others because they're not you and they will never be. Try to love yourself more every day. Start by wearing crop tops while you feel you have a big belly, or wearing shorts while you hate your legs. Start telling yourself everyday that YOU LOVE YOURSELF! And that your curves rock!!!!!! And dance in your underwear just because you can! Don't let anyone get you down because you're amazing, you're unique, you're beautiful. And your body is one of a kind, whatever shape or color it may be. ❤️ #LoveYourBody #EmbraceYourCurves #HealthyMind #LoveYourself inspired by @sonnyturner___ her posts 🦋❤️
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So this is one of the shots in my bodysuit. I was very insecure about posting this one, since I've always been really insecure about my legs and my ass. I always thought these were so ugly because the media only shows skinny legs and perfect small asses. Well, my legs aren't skinny and my ass is far from perfect. But I learned to love them. It's still very hard, because the beauty image of society haven't changed at all, but I decided I don't give a shit about what society thinks. I don't care what other people think of me, I need to be happy with my body and no one else. It's so important to love yourself and accept yourself, and there are too many boys and girls out there who still haven't learned to accept themselves. I want to help these people, I want to make people feel good about themselves because everyone deserves to love themselves because EVERYONE IS BEAUTIFUL IN THEIR OWN WAY! Doesn't matter if you're black, white, thin, thick, have a small ass or a fat one (😜), you have every right to be confident and to love yourself 🙏🏼❤️ #EmbraceYourCurves #LoveYourself #EveyBodyIsBeautiful shot by the beautiful @honestlyshirley
"Antes era muy insegura sobre mi cuerpo, sobre mí misma, y para ser sincera, todavía lo soy. Estoy en este viaje para aceptarme a mí misma tal como soy y para trabajar duro por las cosas que quiero conseguir. Gracias a cada uno de ustedes que me ayuda y me hace sentir bien conmigo misma de maneras diferentes. Quiero ser capaz de hacer lo mismo por ustedes. Chicos y chicas, amen sus cuerpos, es un templo sagrado del que deben estar orgullosos. Grandes, delgados, gordos, normales… SEA CUAL SEA TU TALLA, TIENES TODO EL DERECHO A AMARTE A TI MISMO. #Quiérete #AceptaTusCurvas.