The body-positivity movement is growing, but that doesn't stop people from making negative comments about women's bodies online. On June 26, one year-old Twitter user wrote that women who weigh over pounds should not post bikini pictures. People were outraged by the tweet, and accused the social media user ElliotEdie35 of fat-shaming women, according to Yahoo Style. The comment seems to have launched a new body positivity movement, with women over pounds posting bikini photos on Twitter in response. Their photos are a friendly reminder that every body is a bikini body. Regardless of how the comment was intended, the reaction from women who responded by celebrating their bodies on social media is inspiring.
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All rights reserved. UPDATE: After Birmingham's picture went viral, Shape editor Bahar Takhtehchian appeared on the Today show with her, and said they will run the photo , stating, "We want to start a larger discussion about what happens after you lose a significant amount of weight. Extreme weight loss can be one of the most satisfying achievements someone can take on — we've seen time and time again stories of people who proudly took control of their lives and got themselves to a healthy weight. So that's why it's disappointing when a publication dedicated to a healthy lifestyle reportedly won't show the reality of what a post-weight loss body looks like. According to blogger Brooke Birmingham of Brooke Not On A Diet , after Shape magazine requested a picture of her for their "Success Stories" for weight loss, she sent in an image of herself in a bikini, pounds lighter than when she'd started her journey:. Upon receipt, the writer who'd interviewed Birmingham then asked for a picture of her with a shirt on, and when Birmingham asked why, received the response that it's the magazine's policy to have people fully clothed for these stories. Birmingham took that to mean that the publication didn't want a picture of what it really looks like when people lose that kind of weight, and declined to participate in the article.
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About a year ago, Australian fitness instructor Mel V went viral online after posting this mind-blowing selfie:. Yes, those pictures were taken within minutes of each other. Mel posted the photo to point out that when you see a super-fit bikini selfie on Instagram, that person probably does not look that ripped in everyday life; she probably just knows how to pose.