Body-pos blogger Kenzie might be all about helping you "love your damn self," but she opened up in this Instagram post about how she hasn't always had that level of confidence: "This girl right here used to not be able to: 1. Leave the house, 2. Look at her face the in the mirror, 3. She didn't even own a full length mirror till 26 years old, 4. Wear t-shirts comfortably, 5.
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I was supposed to not show my fat body, to fight "the bulge," to do whatever necessary to change my shape. So, I wore my two-piece, rejecting the notion that the body I live in is something to be ashamed of. A friend took pictures. I wrote an essay about how fed up I was with the idea that bikinis are sacred items reserved for people who look a certain way, because I wanted to make a statement. And, of course, people called me brave. But it remains a common refrain, especially when it comes to people who are often in the spotlight.
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The body-positivity movement is growing, but that doesn't stop people from making negative comments about women's bodies online. On June 26, one year-old Twitter user wrote that women who weigh over pounds should not post bikini pictures. People were outraged by the tweet, and accused the social media user ElliotEdie35 of fat-shaming women, according to Yahoo Style. The comment seems to have launched a new body positivity movement, with women over pounds posting bikini photos on Twitter in response.
Posted in Uncategorized. This is the first of what will be several writing retreat related posts this year, but I feel like this is the most important one:. I wore a bikini in public.