Chrissy Teigen, una de las más famosas modelos de Victoria's Secret, ha causado furor en las redes sociales por subir una simple foto sentada en el sofá de su casa. ¿El problema? Sus piernas muestran algunas marcas y estrías. Pero, las personas no la criticaron por sus "defectos". La mayoría de los seguidores hicieron buenos comentarios sobre la imagen, los cuales demostraban apoyo y admiración a la modelo.
Frases como "gracias por ser real"; "eres inspiradora" acompañaban la fotografía. En la leyenda de la foto, Chrissy escribió "Morados por chocarme con las manillas de los gabinetes de cocina por una semana. ¡Estrías, dicen hola!". Vea la imagen:
Es un alivio para nosotras, las mujeres, percibir que no existen mujeres perfectas, ni cuando se trata de un ángel de Victoria's Secret, marca conocida por contratar a las mujeres más bonitas del mundo.
Después de la publicación, mujeres de todo el mundo se sintieron con coraje para publicar a través de las redes sociales fotografías mostrando sus estrías, celulitis y marcas. Las publicaciones realizadas bajo el hashtag #loveyourlines, tienen el objetivo de mostrar que las mujeres deben sentirsen orgullosas por sus cicatrices ocasionadas por cambios de peso, embarazo o por el crecimiento.
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So I've been hating my body ever since Mya was born. My stomach didn't go flat, like I imagined it would. My stretch marks didn't go away, like everyone told me they would. My pregnancy line hasn't fully gone away, like everyone said it would. I will never have the perfect body that I used to have and I'm starting to accept that. My body stretched and stretched until it could no more. I have such deep stretch marks that will never go away. Maybe they'll fade with time but they will always be there. I am starting to love my lines because it shows that I carried my beautiful baby girl for 9+ months in my belly. I'm lucky enough to be able to have this ability to do so. Not all women can have children and I am very blessed with that gift. Mya is the best thing that has ever happened to me. Everyone has their scars and stories to tell, so embrace and learn to love them too. Just incase you think this picture is disgusting or disturbing you should think before you say anything because my body created this beautiful little girl who's growing perfectly. submission from: @tearknee22
"Real woman have lines_ It is the evidence that you created something so Devine_ You have been sculpted twice by the greatest creator of time_ See the scars that my stomach display_ Is really a portrait of what 40 weeks look like today_ It is a woman's battle wounds because she kept someone safe within her womb_ I'm ashamed that I ever let such a gift send me gloom_ Real woman have lines, they don't need an excuse_ So excuse me for being proud of what's left behind after i reproduced_ I believe I have a line for everyday within me you grew_ Kinda like a woman aged her wrinkles show what she's been through_ Real woman have lines_ There is no clock that would make me go back in time_ And forget that god had giving me something to call mine_ He trusted me with you and allowed me to be your lifeline_ He gave me the chance to extend my bloodline_ Lines you are my greatest uninvited guest, now we share a lifetime_ Yours truly , Candice Madison I took this picture with my babygirl just playing around with my camera and literally thought it was the most beautiful picture I've ever taken. This is the first time in 3 years that I've shown my stomach so I'm not gonna act like this didn't take courage but it also took a certain confidence... I told myself this year I will eliminate any fear one by one... So this for me is a big step and hopefully I can encourage other mothers to love themselves too... ALL OF YOU not just parts. God does...."
'March 29th, 2008 I was one week short of my 15th birthday, ironically enough my only thought that day was not waking up from the anesthesia. At 14 years old I had the full developed body of a 25 year old, 5'4 220lbs 38DD with the booty that many pay thousands of dollars for. At this age I had a full understanding of "less is more". I'm 21 now 5'6 174lbs 34C. I'm scarred with the daily reminder of the insecurities, low self-esteem and hatred towards my body as a 14 year old-- but I couldn't be any happier with myself today.'
"Bad angle. Better lighting. Different background. Out of focus." I laughed at the irony in my numerous selfie attempts to capture the perfect picture for the celebratory "real self-love" campaign, #loveyourlines. Then I thought... What is perfection anyway? Who do I know that has reached perfection? Who's standard am I even holding myself to? There seems to be no contentment in perfection. Simply put, perfection is a constant struggle that doesn't exist. My stretch marks have taught me that acceptance isn't an easy concept, but in it I've found so much peace." "She had not known the weight until she felt the freedom." -Unknown Learn to love your lines ladies! Xoxo, @__jewell