Kanon kobiecego piękna został złamany przez modelki Body Positive. Świat mody zrobił zwrot o 180 stopni. Coraz częściej pokazuje się kobiety, które wyglądem znacząco odbiegają od topowych modelek. Czy bycie plus size jest złe? Albo może posiadanie znamion? Oczywiście, że nie! Od bardzo dawna utrzymywane było, że idealna kobieta jest kościotrupem z długimi nogami. Na wybiegach można było tylko takie osoby zobaczyć. Jednak świat się zmienia a razem z nim nasze myślenie. A modelki Body Positive zaczynają wojować światem!

Każda kobieta może być piękna. Niezależnie od tego jaki rozmiar nosi, jaki ma kolor skóry, czy posiada jakieś znaki szczególne. Obecnie coraz więcej projektantów decyduje się pokazać na swoich pokazach modelki różniące się wyglądem od innych. Kobiety inspirują cały świat swoim wyglądem.

Poznaj piękne i inspirujące kobiety!

 

Xoe Xapoian @xoexapoian

 

Amelia Milne @amelia.g.milne

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im cold

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Tanesha, @vitiligoqueen

 

Kendra Austin @kendramorous

  • Nicola Griffin @nicolajgriffin

 

Emily Bador @darth_bador

 

Britney @fittybritttty

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When I saw this photo of myself I was so angry. Angry because my immediate thoughts when I saw it were hateful towards my body. I was frustrated. I’m suppose to be body positive I thought, I’m suppose to love myself no matter what, immediately without question, no matter what I look like but you know what it’s just not how my brain worked that day. AND THATS OK. It’s OK to think negative thoughts but what isn’t OK is to let those thoughts ruin your entire image of yourself. I’m not perfect in any way but to me being able to see this photo, think the thoughts I did, and then sit with those feelings and now here I am posting it for you all to see is what I consider a WIN. After some time with this image I realized so many things. I realized my hair looks bomb, I realized orange/red is so my color, I realized I was happy in this moment and I was laughing and breathing and my stomach is more relaxed then when I stand up straight. Sometimes it’s hard to find the positives in yourself because after all we can be our own toughest critics. I’m not posting this for approval or for a pep talk I instead want to talk about how we can continue to evolve our thoughts and how can we come out of the dark and into the light with how we view our own bodies?! Our brains are tricky little creatures but I deeply believe with positive thought comes power and change. It’s possible to make a change in how we view ourselves. It’s just a matter of working on it every single day. 〰️ #fitfam #fitspo #workout #bodypositive #bodypositivity #ootd #potd #confidencce #confident #crying #freedom #motivation #inspiration #fitness #stylehasnosize #curvygirl #curvy #cellulite #belly #happy #happiness #deepthoughts #bethechange #positivevibes #positivity #positivethinking

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Dru Presta @drupresta

 

Leah V @lvernon2000

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Being comfortable, confident in my curvy body, makes insecure people feel very uncomfortable. My very existence, my rebellious curves, eclectic style, and vivacious tones, threatens the fabric of what someone like me should be doing, should look like. I chose the most risqué photo in my collection to post 😂 today. Since, a man told me that I “dressed weird”. Does this image make you uncomfortable? Does it challenge your standards of beauty, acceptance? If it does, ask yourself why. Then ask, would you still feel the same discomfort if it was a thinner woman in the same pose. Less back rolls, less thigh cellulite? Maybe even a woman who wasn’t Muslim. This photo makes me uncomfortable in some ways. My entire body is out on display. I feel almost nude. Everyone can see everything. All those bits I try to hide with angles or dark colors or layers are visible. But, I also see a vulnerability here, a confidence that I like. I see someone that I needed to see when I was younger. I’ve found out that no matter how many pics I post or how much people dislike it, they still have no right over my body or how I choose to show—or not show it. I’m not dressing for men anymore. Nor am I following the rules of how fat people or Muslims should dress. I am not a one size fits all. Fight me. In what ways have you rebelled against common beauty or body standards? What’s the most risqué or daring thing you’ve done or worn? Let’s chat. 📸: @detroitkristin #detroitblogger #psootd #plussize #instafashion #bodypositive #bgki #eatingdisorderrecovery #honormycurves #effyourbeautystandards #pizzasisters4lyfe #blackgirlswhoblog #fashion #londonblogger #psfashion #detroit #blackgirlmagic #muslimgirl #70sfashion #plusmodel #feminist #wiw #intersectionalfeminism #turbanista #bodydysmorphia #fatacceptance #teenvogue #selflove #streetstyle #selfconfidence #goldenconfidence

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Nadia Aboulhson @nadiaaboulhoson

 

Blondie Bombers @blondie_bombers

Jaka pierwsza myśl przychodzi Ci do głowy patrząc na te kobiety? Czy zmarszczki, inny kolor skóry, niepełnosprawność, waga spowodowały, że nie mogą być pięknymi i pewnymi siebie kobietami? Oczywiście, że nie. Każda z nas jest piękna i wyjątkowa. Spójrz w lustro i dostrzeż swoje piękno jak one. Bądź szczęśliwa taka jaka jesteś. O to właśnie chodzi w #bodypositive!

 

Autor: Ola Zygmunt