Actriz comparte sus estrías para promover la aceptación

Kenzie Brenna es una actriz canadiense que se sumó a un movimiento para promover la aceptación del cuerpo con sus “defectos”.

Ahora que las redes sociales nos permiten acercarnos a muchísima gente; existen personas que se han dedicado a promover el amor propio y la aceptación a través del hashtag #bodypositive, esta tendencia busca revalorizar el cuerpo natural de la mujer sin importar que tenga estrías, lonjas o celulitis.

En su cuenta de Instagram tiene más de 150 mil seguidores, quienes están al pendiente de su activismo que promueve mantener una imagen corporal positiva en todos los aspectos.

HAS ANYONE EVER DONE THIS? Where you pull yourself or squish yourself in ways to see if you would look different had you not carry that piece of yourself? SAME! I used to do it all the time. And I would say “okay so this is the rough image I will look like once I lose enough weight. Once I gain enough muscle.” I’ve honestly never talked about doing this before, so I’m not quite sure if I’m the only one lol!!!! But if history repeats itself then I know for sure I’m not the only one. I am actually fine not pulling or squishing myself in ways that aren’t supposed to be!!!!!!!!! AND. SO ARE YOU Can we just let ourselves EXIST FOR ONCE?????? #existing #breathing #andthatsenough #also #CELLYONFLEEK #cellulitesaturday ⚡️✨

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Here are my thoughts when I look at my least favourite part of my body. ———– “They’re not usually this noticeable.” “If you only had the money to get rid on them.” “They actually look kinda cool.” “Sorta like a the beginning of a story.” “More like the beginning of a LONG story.” “Would I erase my story to not have these?” “You’d probably be more comfortable without them.” “Would I truly though?” “Okay ask yourself the question.” “I don’t wanna.” “Just do it.” “Does this affect the quality of who I am?” “No.” “Would it make you a better person if you got rid of these marks?” “No.” “Would it make you kinder, more generous and a better lover if you had the money to erase them?” “No.” “Then you’re perfect.” “I don’t feel perfect.” “That’s cause perfect isn’t a feeling.” —— you guys get it you don’t have to be in love with yourself everyday, but I PROMISE if you practice self love you will have more loving moments with yourself than you could ever dream of. ☁️ KEEP DREAMING. KEEP LOVING. KEEP AT IT. #selflovebootcamp #loveyourself #beyourownkindofbeautiful

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