A fitness model on Instagram has given back, after she was udskammet to show his butt forward on the media.
she had not, because she also is the mother.
she writes on her own Instagram, where it is also possible to see the many comments about her choice of pose in a bikini.
Sia Cooper had chosen to throw the image up on her Instagram, because she wanted to show other women that even if you have born and got orange peel, you can still be proud and happy with his body.
She wrote to the picture: 'Tag, however, bikinis on! Life is too short. I love you all'
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I remember when this photo that was taken of me back in June in the Bahamas. I didn't share it because I was so worried about my cellulite! I'm sharing it now because I want you ladies to feel empowered and to own your bodies. You are more than your dimples Wear the damn swimsuit because life is too short! I love you all.
But it fell not on good ground with several followers, who were outraged that the woman showed herself, when she now also has a child.
It stopped, however, not Sia Cooper from Mississippi, who posted yet another picture in a bikini, where she put one of the hate-filled comments from a follow in the caption.
'to show your development, you don't show your ass on the way. You are a mother. Think about the fact that your children can see the lookup in the future', was standing there.
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The other day, I had posted a photo of myself in this very same bikini and was told to cover up... because I am a mother. Cue the mom-shaming. Since when were moms supposed to hide their bodies? Since when were mothers no longer allowed to feel sexy? How do you think babies even got here in the first place? She went on to say that I should think about what my kids will think of my behind someday. You know what? I want my kids to see a mother who's body positive. I want my kids to see a mother who's confident in her own skin. Plus, they love my butt and use it as a bongo when I'm cooking dinner or awkwardly standing in line at the grocery store. Anyone else, no? There is no rule out there that states you can't rock a bikini just because you pushed a baby out of your vagina at some point in your life. In fact, that should make you worthy of one and so much more. In grew up with a mom who hated her body. In fact, she also made me hate my town nitpicking it apart and pointing out every time it had looked like I had gained weight as a teen. In fought like hell two finally love myself and it wasn't until a few years ago that I started wearing shorts again in public. I would've given anything to have a body positive mama and I make sure that my kids see and feel this positivity everyday-not just with looks but with it all. Sometimes, all a mother needs is to truly FEEL herself. Let's face it: motherhood can make us feel less than sexy. It leaves us drained, depressed, exhausted, and staring into a mirror, looking to a former shell of ourselves that we barely recognize anymore. And don't get me started on our postpartum bodies.. it can be harder to celebrate our bodies when they're covered with stretches marks and loose skin. So mamas, put on your bikinis. You've earned it. Every woman deserves to feel comfortable in her own skin without society's judgy opinions. Let the mom-judging stop. Motherhood is already tough as it is. We are damned if we do, damned if we don’t so stay true to yourself.
Sia argued subsequently, that children who have mothers who are positive about their body will get much better self-confidence in the future.
'Why should mom save their bodies? Why are we not allowed to feel sexy? They love my bum', she writes to his defense of the images.
Subsequently, several written, that they are happy to follow her, and that they appreciate that she is positive about her body.
Instagram has not deleted the images to be in the top, so you have to go out from that, there is not a problem from the giant's side.
Sia to be followed by over a million on social media.