Who knows the hashtag #fitspo? This one goes beyond…

 

With #embraceyoursquish thousands of Instagrammers have been unified with one goal: to embrace the unphotoshoped bodies.

You can’t be surprised to see that Instagram models who go on the most exclusive trips have thousands of followers, I mean, who doesn’t want to see that? This girl has got over seventy thousand followers! Is she like the rest? Hell no. The followers get to see a real woman, with soft body parts too.

What the world needs according to this inspiring lady is bodypositivy. Having to live up to the standards just brings us a lot of stress. We need to learn to accept our bodies, and specially, to show it to the world. Cause even though we all try, it’s not that easy to get the perfect body.

 

With thirty years old, she’s a wise lady. Her name is Gina and she’s from Detroit. She started the #embracethesquish movement. She’s a grownup with a grownup body, thin but not freakish skinny. Also she has those little rolls on her tummy when she sits. Just like we all do. Don’t try to hide it, just be happy with it, is what she wants us to learn.

Gina suffered for years from anorexia nervosa, and was obsessed with eating healthy and become skinnier. No matter what, she would always find flaws in her body. Now she has learned, and wishes to be the role model for those girls that she missed when she was ill. Check it out!

To those of you who think you can't, you can. To those who think they're not worth it, you are. To those who think its impossible, it's not. It's here. It's within your grasp. It's standing outside your door, just waiting for you to let it in. 🙌🏻 Recovery is possible. It's hard, yes. And it's not immediate. But it will be by far the greatest thing you'll ever do. ❤️ This is MY recovery journey. I suffered from anorexia nervosa and orthoexia for years. This photo shows my physical transformation, but there was so much more. 🙌🏻 It's #NEDAWareness week this week — what better time to take that first step? I am here for you. This entire recovery community is here for you. 💕 YOU CAN DO THIS. #NEDAweek #NEDA #NEDAawareness #monday #aeriereal #WhatMakesMeBeautiful

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No shame in this belly game. No shame in that armpit fluff, or those rolls, or the squish on my arms. Do you know why I post photos of my body like this? Because my body is real. It moves. It bends. It has fat! FAT! The horrible F word that so many of us are afraid of. But why? Does my fat make me any less of a human being? Any less beautiful? Any less worthy of respect? Of love, from myself or others? For years I thought the answer was a resounding yes, because none of the bodies I saw on social media or in magazines or on TV looked the way I did. I can only imagine how my life would have been different, had I seen bodies like mine represented when I was a little girl. But THAT is why I take these photos. THAT is why I post them. I embrace my squish now and forever more. No FaceTune, no photoshop, no filters, no funny business. Just me and my squish. #embracethesquish #bellylove #belly #aeriereal #everyBODYisbeautiful #TheRealYouIsSexy #LoveMyShape

A photo posted by Gina ✌🏻️ (@nourishandeat) on

YES YES YES!!!!! Absolutely love these words of wisdom from this BoPo babe @samjohnsonwrites 💜(that number 8 though 🙌🏼) 💙💚💛💗 ・・・ Ten things that are worse than not having a flat stomach / abs: 1. Diet culture 2. That our society still equates health to leanness. 3. That in the US 20 million women and 10 million men will suffer with an eating disorder in their lifetime. 4. That by age 6 girls start to express concern about their weight. 5. The continual perpetuation of white and thin as the beauty ideal. 6. The insistence that it's only socially acceptable to be fat if you work out and eat "healthy." 7. Lack of diversity in the media. 8. The belief that dieting and working out will make you a better version of yourself. 9. That many overweight women with eating disorders are not taken seriously when they seek help. 10. That women of all shapes and sizes accepting and loving their bodies is seen as brave and courageous- instead of the norm.

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