A mom blogger recreated Kim Kardashian’s viral nude selfie and shared a powerful message about body image, as well.
Constance Hall, an Australian mother of four who runs the site Queen of Constance, shared her own nude selfieon Instagram Friday. Along with the photo, Hall discussed the various the definitions contained in “sexy, ” all while defending the reality superstar( who faced backlash for the naked pic ).
“Women looking like Kimmy K on Instagram[ are] not the the enemy, ” she wrote. “Believing that this is the only definition of sexy is the enemy. Sexy has endless differences, we might not all have this glamorous bathroom but we certainly all have our own sexy. I bet Kim workouts … A lot.”
Kim and I have really similar curves .. Kim’s been called too fat, too thin, too fake, too everything. She looks like this for a life and let’s face it Queenies, competing with a mirror for Kanye’s attention would be hard work. Females looking like Kimmy K on Instagram is not the the enemy. Believing that this is the only definition of sexy is the enemy. Sexy has endless differences, we might not all have this glamorous bathroom but we certainly all have our own sexy. I bet Kim workouts … A lot. I actually detest exercise, more then most people I know. Once every 6 months I go for a run. Bill watched my last one from our bedroom window, he watched me run 75 metres down the road, turn around and run back. 3 minutes after embarking on my operate I collapsed through the door struggling to breath and was met with my loving husband telling, “What was that? It wasn’t a operate, it was more like three minutes of interpretive dance down the road I hope the neighbours saw that, ” I flipped him the bird “don’t detest it coz you ain’t it babe” I salute all women, every single fucking one of us. The ones who change our minds about our runnings after passing 3 houses and the ones who work their Queenly arses off at he gym. Queen love. Con #queensofconstance
Halls wrote that she supports all women, regardless of shape, size or gym habits.
“I salute all women, every single f ** king one of us, ” she added. “The ones who change our minds about our runnings after passing 3 houses and the ones who work their Queenly arses off at[ the] gym.”
Kardashian penned her own essay about nudity and empowerment on her website after facing criticism for baring it all.
“It’s 2016. The body-shaming and slut-shaming — it’s like, enough is enough, ” she wrote. “I will not live my life dictated by the issues you have with my sexuality. You be you and let me be me. I am a mother. I am a spouse, a sister, a daughter, an entrepreneur and I am allowed to be sexy.”
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