Kate Wasley toont waarom ze één van de populairste ‘plus size’ Instagram-modellen op deze planeet is (foto’s)

Australisch, blond, mooi…

Kate Wasley werd vorig jaar door Sports Illustrated gekozen om te schitteren in het 2018 Swimsuit Issue. Het magazine staat erom bekend om al eens uit te pakken met modellen met een maatje meer, zoals ook Ashley Graham in het verleden. En ook Kate mag gezien worden…

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‘You don’t have any stretch marks you wouldn’t know the struggle’ is a comment that I’ve received and that I’ve seen a lot of women receive regarding numerous things like their cellulite, their size, stomachs or anything relating to ‘body positivity’ really. It’s like you have to fit a certain mould in order to be able to speak on the issue. God forbid if someone is below a size 14 and speaks about insecurities, cause what would they know, right? They must have it so easy. It must be so much harder for you because you’re bigger, have worse cellulite & feel discriminated against every day. I get it. I understand why you feel that way, because I’ve felt those things too. I think it’s important to step back and acknowledge that EVERYONE regardless of how you may perceive them, has insecurities and they maybe have felt the exact same negative thoughts and feelings about something on their body or even their personality that you have. it’s scary to be vulnerable online. They might have really helped someone else with that post. I think every single post on body positivity is a step in the right direction, no matter how small. When I was younger and my stretchmarks started to appear although they are ever so faint, I was so insecure. Everybody has their own version and relates to different things. You don’t have to look like the Instagram version of body positivity. Stretch marks are normal no matter how or where they appear on you, It doesn’t mean youre unhealthy, too fat or that you should feel ashamed. I have them on my hips, bum, inner thighs, chest and the backs of my arms and if you swipe you’ll see other peoples versions of their own➡️

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Jumpsuit @fashionnovacurve Boxing Day 🥊🥂

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Lil date with lil Tahls 🍹🥐

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👙 @fashionnovacurve👙 I’m noticing a lot lately that there’s more diversity within the modeling industry and advertising, which is amazing! But I just want you all to remember that just because a bigger body or skin colour or disability is being celebrated, doesn’t mean that that is how you need to define yourself or fit that exact mould. Countless times I receive messages from girls saying ‘how do you get rid of your stretch marks/ cellulite, how is your stomach so flat? ” “you’re curvy in all the right places’ because they have seen images of one curvy body type being celebrated, if you think about it, a lot of plus size have a very similar body type. People have lumps and bumps and cellulite and stretch marks and loose skin and scars and they’re not really something you see much of- but they are normal. It’s great to see that size diversity is out there but it’s not a realistic Image of how you HAVE to look. Social media might always be this way, editing photos is the norm in media publications and online (and tbh I get why people do it, it’s not easy to bare who you are to the world and open yourself up to judgement and trolls or even scarier- people you know! there’s pressure to be perfect & in a perfect world photoshop wouldn’t exist). But when you are scrolling just remember that it might be real, it might not, and it certainly doesn’t mean you have to look like that. #bodypositive #bodygoals?

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