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Esta modelo comparte fotos de su culo celulítico por una buena razón

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La modelo británica Charli Howard ha publicado un inspirador mensaje para cualquiera que necesite un empuje de positividad sobre la visión de su cuerpo. Posteó una foto de su culo en Instagram y explicó: «A pesar de que ando rápido a todas partes, hago sentadillas y hago @pure_barre (ejercicios en barra), tengo celulitis. Fui a una escuela en la que sólo había chicas y me acostumbré a envidiar a las niñas de mi clase que no tenían (celulitis) y aquellos cuerpos me parecían nada menos que perfectos. Como resultado, pensaba que mi celulitis era algo vergonzoso. O así era hasta que me hice mayor y vi otros cuerpos de mujer y entonces me di cuenta de lo puñeteramente natural que es. No es nada por lo que haya que estar avergonzada».

Howard continúa afirmando que «a tu novio no le va a importar si la tienes, y si resulta que le importa, cámbialo por su colega. Sólo bromeaba (¿o no?). No me entendáis mal, mi celulitis no es mi parte favorita del cuerpo ni tampoco es algo que vaya pregonando por la calle. Pero sé que no me hace más fea o es algo por lo que deba avergonzarme. Así que no dejéis que os hagan sentir así, ¡de ninguna manera! En las palabras de mi viejo colega Kendrik Lamar: ‘enséñame algo natural como un culo con estrías»

They say do something each day that scares you, so re-posting this is mine for the day. Despite the fact I speed walk everywhere, squat, run and occasionally do @pure_barre, I'm still left with cellulite. I went to an all-girls' boarding school and really used to envy the girls in my class who seemingly had none, and whose bodies looked, to me, nothing less than perfect. Whenever I opened magazines, the models and celebrities I saw didn't have cellulite either – and if they did, they were shamed in the tabloids because of it, or knocked off their perch by nasty journalists who probably have it themselves. (Note: fuck you.) As a result, I felt like my cellulite was shameful, or an oddity. It wasn't until I got older and saw other women's bodies that I realised HOW BLOODY NATURAL IT IS. ✔️ It's nothing to be ashamed of. Your boyfriend isn't gonna care if you have it, and if he does, dump him for his mate. 💁🏻 Just kidding (or am I?). Don't get me wrong – my cellulite isn't my favourite part of my body, nor is it something I shout from the rooftops about. But I know it doesn't make me any less ugly, or is something I need to feel embarrassed about. ✖️ So don't let it make you feel that way, either! In the words of my old pal Kendrick Lamar, "Show me something natural like ass with some stretch marks" 🍑🍑🍑💪🏼💪🏾💪🏿💪🏻💪🏽 #iamallwoman @allwomanproject @heatherhazzan

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Y también hace alarde de sus estrías:

Just been reminded of this photo from the first @allwomanproject 💕🐯⚡️ I used to hate my bum because I felt it was too big for my body & brought unnecessary attention to myself from men 🙅🏻 And even when I starved myself, it just wouldn't get any smaller. Even though my lower half isn't as skinny as it used to be, I've come to love my curves! And so should you 💪🏼#iamallwoman #curves @heatherhazzan

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Pero no es el único mensaje que Howard tiene para difundir. También explica por qué ella no se obsesionaría con las tallas de la ropa con una imagen potente que explica un antes y un después de su problema con la extrema delgadez.

 

 

Never be afraid to embrace your true shape! 🍑💪🏼 On the left, I was going to a friend's wedding and was seriously panicking because the label on the dress was a UK 10/US 6 (a perfect example as to why you should NEVER take a clothing label too seriously, when I was a size 2 at the time). STOP WORRYING ABOUT DRESS SIZES & NUMBERS ON A SCALE AND LIVE YOUR LIFE! 💥 Have a life worth living! The world is a much brighter and happier place when you learn to let go of your worries, stop counting calories and embrace the shape & body you are meant to have! 🤗 @allwomanproject #iamallwoman #bodypositive

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