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Naked under her cut-out dress, Ashley Graham advocates “Fat positivity” on Twitter


After the "body positive" era, the model is launching a new movement encouraging fat people to assume their highest weight.

The queen of “body positive” has struck again.

Self-proclaimed ambassador of this self-acceptance movement, Ashley Graham is proud of her curves and continues to show it.

Whether she appears naked on her social networks to show off her curves or reveals her postpartum body without filter, the American model has no taboos.

The one who shakes up the codes of fashion goes even further in her fight, this time encouraging her community to join her “Fat positive” initiative: take on her overweight at its peak.

Quote this tweet with a picture of you taking Fat positivity too far.

I'm starting,” she wrote on Twitter in the caption of a photo of herself wearing a cut-out dress exposing her waist and her bare figure underneath.

Originally, the photo was taken on Friday, December 16, at the birthday party of one of her friends.


The challenge was largely taken up by its subscribers on the social network.

Thousands of them felt concerned by this message to which they responded by openly telling their own story.

“I don't usually post pictures of my full body, but I felt inspired.

It's me with my highest weight, ”says a subscriber in the caption accompanying her photo.

"I got married bigger than I've ever been and it was amazing," wrote another, posting a memory of that happy day.

"My body is strong and capable", "We do not hide our rolls here", "I love my big body" can also be read among the countless comments accompanying these images.

Note that even some men have lent themselves to the game.

However, some outraged Internet users expressed their disapproval on the platform following this publication.

As often when she exposes her curves in public or encourages women to do the same, the mother of three children rubs shoulders with a few detractors who accuse her of “promoting obesity”.

In 2017, the Revlon muse herself responded to these criticisms in a “story” posted on her Instagram account: “Do not comment on my page about health, especially if it is not your body. .

Your health is your business.

Don't put your insecurities on others.

Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes,” she retorted, as reported in a Yahoo Beauty article.

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