Les dejamos los comentarios de 8 celebridades, que han hablado acerca de sus cuerpos, sus cambios, sus inseguridades y que nos han hecho amarlas aún más!
Aprender a quererse a uno misma, y a nuestro cuerpo, es difícil. Y aún más difícil debe ser para aquellas celebridades que tienen miles de seguidores que a veces pueden hacerlas sentir mal a través de comentarios negativos en Instagram y Twitter. Por eso, las celebridades a menudo tienen que hacer oídos sordos a muchos comentarios para aprender a quererse a ellas mismas.
“I’m not built like a Victoria’s Secret girl,” Dijo Rihanna a la revista Vogue este año, “and I still feel very beautiful and confident in my lingerie”.
2. Demi Lovato
En el 2017 Demi Lovato subió una foto con el siguiente texto: “I don’t have a thigh gap and I’m still beautiful the way I am”. Un año después subió la foto de abajo con otro texto “So, I’m insecure about my legs in this picture but I’m posting it because I look so happy and this year I’ve decided I’m letting go of my perfectionism and embracing freedom from self criticism. Learning to love my body the way it is is challenging but life changing. Giving up my eating disorder has been the most challenging journey of my life but I work every day towards solid recovery even if I mess up sometimes. Today I’m feeling strong. You all can do it too. It IS possible. Thank you God for this new chapter in my life. #EDrecovery #happyAF.”
3. Ashley Graham
“I workout. I do my best to eat well. I love the skin I’m in, and I’m not ashamed of a few lumps, bumps, or cellulite… and you shouldn’t be either #beautybeyondsize #lovetheskinyourein.”
4. Lili Reinhart
“It’s unfortunate that one unflattering photo of my stomach circulating the internet causes hundreds of people to think that I’m pregnant,” Escribió Lili en su historia de Instagram “Nope. Not pregnant. This is just my body. And sometimes I’m bloated. Sometimes an unflattering photo is taken of me. Sometimes I go through periods of time where I gain weight. My body is something that I will NEVER apologize for. My body will constantly go through change. And so will yours. And that’s fine. So let’s not put so much time and effort into caring about a stranger’s figure. Bye.”
5. Gina Rodriguez
Gina Rodriguez dijo lo siguiente en la revista Women’s Health: “I’m trying to use my social media as a way to communicate that I’m flawed and that I’m okay with it. It’s a very strange feeling to be okay with a little extra cellulite or a little extra anything. I don’t look at it and feel terrified anymore, and my confidence changed because of that. I carry myself differently. It’s like we women consciously decide we’re going to be mean to ourselves. But you’re your own hero, not some image you can’t live up to.”
6. Aly Raisman
“Shoutout to all the boys from 5th-9th grade who made fun of me for being ‘too strong. Thanks for forcing me to learn to love myself and my body. My muscular arms that were considered weird and gross when I was younger have made me one of the best gymnasts on the planet. Don’t ever let anyone tell you how you should or shouldn’t look. There is no such thing as a perfect body type. I love being part of the #PerfectNever campaign. #GirlPower #Supporteachother”
7. Hilary Duff
Hilary escribió en su cuenta de Instagram lo siguiente: “Since websites and magazines love to share ‘celeb flaws, well I have them! My body has given me the greatest gift of my life: Luca, 5 years ago. I’m turning 30 in September and my body is healthy and gets me where I need to go. Ladies, let’s be proud of what we’ve got and stop wasting precious time in the day wishing we were different, better, and unflawed. You guys (you know who you are!) already know how to ruin a good time, and now you are body shamers as well. #kissmyass”
8. Serena Williams
“I love my body and I would never change anything about it… I’m not asking you to like my body, I’m just asking you to let me be me. Because I’m going to influence a girl who does look like me and I want her to feel good about herself.”