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#Wszystkie jesteśmy aniołkami. Kampania społeczna kontra Victoria’s Secret. Zobacz zdjęcia

Modelka plus size pozuje w bieliźńie oraz skrzydłami, jak z pokazów Victoria`s Secret
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Bunt na Instagramie przeciwko Victoria’s Secret. Dziewczyny dorysowują sobie skrzydła i pokazują naturalne ciała w akcji społecznej #EveryWomanIsAnAngel.  Zobacz zdjęcia

Victoria`s Secret przez lata przyciąga przed ekrany ludzi słynnymi pokazami bielizny. Szczupłe, długonogie, wysportowane kobiety idą na wybiegu z rozwianymi włosami, niosąc ogromne skrzydła i prezentując seksowną bieliznę. Obecnie, pod wpływem ruchu „body positive” trend na nieskazitelną sylwetkę powoli zamiera. Kobiety stają się coraz śmielsze w mediach społecznościowych i głośno buntują się, że marka Victoria`s Secret nie odzwierciedla realiów kobiecych figur.

Supermodelka Robyn Lawley przed tegorocznym pokazem VS wystosowała petycję, w której prosiła ludzi, by zbojkotowali show. „Dopóki Victoria’s Secret nie będzie reprezentować WSZYSTKICH kobiet na scenie, nawołuję do pełnego bojkotu tegorocznego Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show” – napisała w petycji. Protest udał się. Zorganizowany został także pokaz bielizny Simply Be, w którym wystąpiły modelki plus size ze skrzydłami rodem z pokazu VS. Marka SB znana jest z promowania w swoich kampaniach kobiet wszystkich kształtów i rozmiarów.

Akcja przyniosła skutek. Teraz dziewczyny na Instagramie wstawiają swoje zdjęcia z hasłem „Every Women Is An Angel” („Wszystkie jesteśmy aniołkami”). Kobiety pozują –  najczęściej w bieliźnie – dorysowując sobie skrzydła.

Nadszedł czas, abyśmy zobaczyli w kampaniach reklamowych i na wybiegach więcej różnorodności, jeśli chodzi o kobiece sylwetki. Miejmy nadzieję, że to początek wielkiej zmiany w modzie.

Zobaczcie zdjęcia z akcji #EveryWomanIsAnAngel #morethanourbodies, które dla was wybraliśmy.

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For the longest time one of my main motivations to lose weight was to be skinny . I wanted to look like the girls in magazines and on tv . And where did this come from? It came from the people who leave out the minority. The plus size and transgender. The people who don’t fit into the mold that size exclusive brands themselves have created. . The message is clear. You don’t want us, but guess what, WE DONT WANT YOU. . We’re smarter, wiser, and know better than to believe that we are anything but equally beautiful . And I am DAMN proud to promote a company that supports women of all sizes and colors. THIS is the kind of company I am over the moon to represent. Thank you @iconundies for conducting business for the masses, and not just those society believes to be acceptable. . Use code TORI5 for a $5 discount off an amazing undie company. Link is in my bio ♥️♥️ #EveryWomanIsAnAngel

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Este mensaje es para todas (las que son mamás y las que no) simplemente es para ti: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos sentirnos libres con nuestros cuerpos,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos liberarnos de las críticas constantes, ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos quitarnos de la necesidad de parecernos a alguien más,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos sentirnos “perfectas” en medio de nuestras “imperfecciones”,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos mirarnos en el espejo con orgullo y no con vergüenza,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos disfrutar nuestro cuerpo y resaltar nuestra belleza,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos dejar de lado la necesidad de aprobación,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos aceptarnos amorosamente,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos conocernos y descubrir lo maravillosas que somos,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos respeto,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?Todas merecemos espacios para cuidarnos y sentirnos bien,⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ?TODAS MERECEMOS AMOR. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Está en nuestras manos ponernos nuestras alas y volar tan alto como queramos, no depende de nadie más, sólo de nosotras mismas. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Gracias a @thebirdspapaya @knixwear @bellezaabsurda por extender esta hermosa iniciativa de ponernos alas y sentirnos sexys y hermosas. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ¿Te le mides al reto? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #yotambientengoalas #bellezaabsurda #yomeamo #everywomanisanangel #amorpropio ? @bailarinamorada

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Absolutely inspired by so many other women banding together to #makeyourownwings! . Victoria’s Secret just came out and said they will not be using plus size or trans models on their runway. Because the runway show is a “fantasy” and “Nobody has any interest in it.” If it were to include plus and trans models. . Well I have no interest in supporting a brand who refuses to grow and be more inclusive. Because if you’re not growing, you’re dying. . Who are you to say what fits everyone’s fantasies and where our interests lie? . I’m fabulous, plus sized and beautiful. And I don’t need a brand to include women who look like me and so many other excluded, beautiful women to think so. Because #everywomanisanangel . But shame on you VS for having such a narrow minded view on what you think desirable and fantasy-worthy women look like. . ? : @tracyjaneweidel . . . . #effyourbeautystandards #standuptobeautystandards #plusisequal #plusisbeautiful #boudoir #boudoirbabe #wings #ootd #psootd #plussize #visiblyplussize #rockyoursize #honoryourcurves #loveyourself #selflove #bodypositive #bodypositivity #alternativecurves #plussizefashion #alteredstandards

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I stand at 5 feet tall.⁣⁣⁣⁣ I have thighs that brush when i walk.⁣⁣⁣⁣ I have a stomach flowered with stretch marks.⁣⁣⁣⁣ I have a cup size that is steadily shrinking.⁣⁣⁣⁣ I have a belly button that resembles a raisin, shriveled and tough.⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ But do you wanna know something?⁣⁣⁣⁣ These aren’t things that shame me.⁣⁣⁣ Because MY version of beauty is all encompassing. It doesn't discriminate.⁣⁣⁣⁣ I'll still walk that runway–but with my own wings.⁣⁣⁣⁣ Wings that I cultivated on my own.⁣⁣⁣⁣ Because, you see, all women are angels.⁣⁣⁣⁣ You will never take our wings.⁣⁣⁣⁣ You will never stop our flight.⁣⁣⁣⁣ #everywomanisanangel⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ –In response to recent words spoken by @victoriassecret exec. Thank you to @knixwear and @thebirdspapaya for your inspiration and constant encouragement to love and celebrate ourselves as we are!

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I’ll be honest, I have never been considered ‘thin’ my entire life. I’m a size 12. These thighs have been thick since I was a pre-teen. Growing up in figure skating, a sport where girls excelled because of their balletic body shape, I did not fit in. I developed into a woman at an early age – I had boobs, an ass, and hips. I had to jump higher, push harder, spin faster just to keep up with the other girls. That was just the beginning of my self love journey. . It is beautiful that women go through so many body changes in a lifetime. We need to celebrate that more. Despite the Victoria Secret ordeal, where they don’t believe trans and plus size women belong on a runway; let me say that #EveryWomanIsAnAngel no matter what colour, size, shape, gender they identify as. They are whole. They are complete. They are real women. . My angelic wear is brought to you by @knixwear. I am wearing the Longevity Bra in Black, size L and the Athletic Boyshort undies in Black size L. Use my code alanners10 to save on your new angel wear!! . #knixwear #realwomen #victoriassecret #selflove #curvesaresexy #cancersurvivor #longevitybra #womensupportingwomen #womanempowerment #womensfashion #women #plussizemodel #thickthighssavelives #brandambassador

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repost from @beccalynneandboys "11.14.18// I remember walking into a Victoria Secret store with some then girlfriends back in late middle school/early high school and all they could chatter about was needing one of the “sexy push up bras” I knew my mom was not on board with that so I browsed the aisles of hot pink and awkwardly made conversation with the way too peppy bra girl, avoiding her questions of which bra or undie set i needed. • • Post my first baby i went into VS mostly as a tag along with one of my friends. But seeing how i was married and whatever I thought it would be fun to try some things on. Boy was I sorely mistaken. Never had I felt so awkwardly out of place. And after trying on bra after bra suggested by yet another peppy sales girl i was told that If I had any hope of finding something that would fit I’d need to special order it. I was too big for their store sizes. Talk about embarrassing. • • Upon hearing VS refusing to include curvy or even older body types into their runway shows it seriously irritated me. The image that is portraying to the generations to come is honestly terrifying. To the girls who will look up to the women in the show to the boys who will only see THAT type of body being glorified/celebrated. VS you are doing society a disservice. & frankly we need less of your “fantasy” and more honesty/relatable bodies to show the world that #everywomanisanangel no matter their age. No matter their height, weight, waist or cup size. • • This go round I am determined to practice more self love. & speak to my body as i would a friend. The incredible things it’s capable of are worth celebrating! I have grown THREE amazing, healthy and cherished little boys & I respect that my body will take time finding its new normal, much like it did with each pregnancy. There is no bouncing back, or finding myself again. I’m not a rubber ball nor was I lost. But I will be choosing joy in the process of learning who I am going forward…making my own damn wings. ✌? • • // inspired by @thebirdspapaya @confidentiallykatie @simplysadiejane & @knixwear thank you for being powerhouses of body positivity & self love."

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I stopped supporting @victoriassecret in high school. I certainly didn’t need someone to point out to me that the women in their window displays and commercials on TV represented one type of body. And it didn’t set right with me. • At the tender age of 16, 17, 18 it intimidated me. I was a size 6 at the time. Maybe a 4. And I felt unwelcome in their stores. The fact that at such a young age I was having those thoughts is heart breaking. But not that crazy because unfortunately in the early 2000’s there was like zero representation going on if you weren’t a size 2 or smaller. • What’s even sadder? With all of the advances we’ve made over the past 5 or so years, VS apparently doesn’t have interest in participating. They want to remain a “fantasy”. And apparently the majority of us are not welcome. • So, go ahead, VS. Stay stuck in the past. Don’t embrace change. Don’t acknowledge al the beauty filling up this world. In the meantime the rest of us are living in reality. And we find it beautiful and fulfilling and far more enriching than all the sparkling wings filling up your runway. • If you don’t already, go follow @knixwear and watch their stories from today. I got goosebumps watching them. Being grouped with a company that welcomes ALL women and works hard to make sure we all feel represented is so amazing. #everywomanisanangel ??‍♀️??‍♀️??‍♀️. • As a note: the women in VS show are beautiful! They are real bodies. They just don’t give a complete picture. Also, I’m not bashing anyone who shops there. I’ve chosen not to for these reasons. But hey, if their stuff fits and makes you feel beautiful, then I’m so happy it does! • Also thanks to Sarah (@thebirdspapaya) for getting us going on our own angel pictures ?

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Felt so inspired by @thebirdspapaya and the post in objection to the comments made by an executive at @victoriassecret. I get that they want to maintain the tradition of their fashion show and that is their choice but what I have an issue with is the insinuation that women that don’t look like their angels aren’t a “fantasy”. That somehow they don’t quite measure up. Nobody is desiring you. Which is not true at allll. And that is a dangerous thing for people to believe about their bodies. Your body is so powerful and smart, it being sexually appealing to close minded *ssholes is the least captivating thing about it. And if plus/trans women with no stretch marks/cellulite can’t be a fantasy then I don’t want to know what they think about this stretched out, soft mama belly…mostly cause I DONT GIVE AF. It didn’t happen overnight but I love my stretch marks and this body that held my incredible son. That’s what matters. F*ck your fantasy. #everywomanisanangel

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#weareallangels With the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show pictures circling throughout social media right now, I though that I might make a post about it. To be honest, I couldn’t help but compare myself to them. Those beautiful girls with the ‘perfect’ body and flawless skin and shiny hair. I didn’t see scars or little rolls, or hair or anything like that. I had to take a step away from them to think about why I thought they were the beauty that so many strive for. Why I thought life would be better if I even looked slightly like them. I realised it was the old beauty standards that still rear their heads. So, today after feeling pretty shit about myself. I got dressed in something I felt myself in. I reminded myself that am beautiful in my own ways, just like them. For the person who sees the Victoria’s Secret Show and starts comparing themselves to the models. Remember they represent a tiny tiny tiny about of bodies. That you aren’t being shown all that there is to bodies. That you are an angel in your own skin. We are all angels in our own way. #NAM #nam @nonairbrushedme #beautifullymeproject #selflove#selflovebringsbeauty#bodypositive#bodypositivity#bodypositivefitness#bodypositivtymovement#effyourbeautystandards#bodypositivepower#bopo#plussize#plussizefashion#plussizefashionblogger#plussizefashionblog#fashionblog#fashionblogger#embrace#ihaveembraced#beautybeyondsize#bodylove#nonairbrushedme#LoveAnyBody#pmmlovemybody#celebratemysize#mentalhealthawareness#mentalhealthmatters

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Mitt helsta motivation til að borða ekki og halda áfram að æla var Victoria Secret runwayshow. Ætlaði ekki að hafa þetta með textanum, finnst það hræðilega vandræðalegt, en sorgegur sannleikur sem èg geymi alls ekki ein. Vissir þú að Victoria Secret var fundin upp af karlmanni & tilgangurinn var að karlmönnum myndi líða vel í búðinni, markhópurinn var karlmenn. Victoria Secret er með einu mest succesful fyrirtækjum í USA. Nærföt, hönnuð á eina líkamstýpu af konum, fyrir fantasíu karlmanna……shit. Í dag 2018 er enn runwayshow fyrir Victoria Secret, sem btw vill ekki nota konur í öðrum stærðum og heldur ekki konur sem eru trans ( þótt þær séu komnar í Victoria secret form ) því það eyðileggur “fantasíuna”………fyrir karlmennina. Því varla verða þeir æstir í þykkari konur eða þá konur sem voru eitt sinn karlar. ( tekið úr viðtali við einn eiganda Victoria Secret, sem er karl ) Þetta er viðbjóðslegasti buisness sem èg veit um. Aftur og aftur græða karlmenn á líkama kvenna & aftur og aftur elta konur þessa óraunhæfu staðla sem eru tilbúningur karla. Èg vil taka það fram að èg er ekki að dæma módelin. Þær eru gullfallegar, glæsilegar og hafa örugglega fullt fullt annað mikilvægara að bjóða en aðeins þetta “job”. Èg fagna öllum týpum af líkömum, èg fagna bara ekki og mun aldrei fagna þessum hræðilega iðnaði sem gerir líkama kvenna að sölu og tískuvöru. ( kem nánar inn á þetta í bókinni “Fullkomlega ófullkomin” ) Við erum allar. ALLAR. Glæsilegar. Enginn karlmaður. Og bara enginn. ALDREI. Á að hafa það vald að ákveða hvaða líkamar eru fallegir. Það er ástæða fyrir fjölbreyttum líkömum, það er vegna þess að þeir eru allir svo undursamlega skapaðir & fallegir að ekki var hægt að festa líkaman í eitt form, þótt það hafi verið fantasía karlmanna árið 1977. Thank you for the inspo @thebirdspapaya ? #everywomanisanangel

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According to VS, no one has any interest in me and I don’t deserve wings. According to strangers, I need to lose weight and I don’t deserve to be happy until I do. According to society, I am not beautiful and I don’t deserve to have clothes made in my size. That’s a whole lot of criticism based only on my outward appearance, my mere existence in this body. The way the world treats you and sees you has always revolved around the way you look. And it’s about time that starts to change. It’s about time brands start extending their sizes and really including every type of woman in their ads. It’s about time young girls see others like themselves whom they can relate to living happily as who they are rather than who they wish they could be. It’s about damn time that every woman has the opportunity to finally see that she, too, has beautifully unique wings. #EveryWomanIsAnAngel • —in response to the @vogue interview by @victoriassecret executive and the movement started by @knixwear @thebirdspapaya This is just the beginning. ✊? Tee: @coveredhands

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When your best friend (@joe_harrington_art) gives you wings because @victoriassecret won't ? I shared before about how working at VS directly caused my eating disorder. For so many years because of their stupid fucking fashion show, I wanted to look like the models that walked the catwalk – uber thin, perfect, desirable. Every day that I went to work, I was reminded of how "wrong" my body was. For those of you who don't know my story, I began starving myself and over exercising. I lost 85 pounds in 5 months. I knew what I was doing was wrong. Unhealthy. Torture for my body. But I kept going because I wanted to be beautiful (yep, though my weight was equivalent to my beauty ?‍♀️)… It wasn't until the words "eating disorder" were said to me that I truly woke up. . ? This is YOUR wake up call. You do not need to look like those girls. You do not need to worry about their stupid fashion show. Boycott that shit. Boycott that brand. Boycott that NARRATIVE. . Support brands that ARE inclusive, who value ALL women. ?? . #makemyownwings #fantasizethis #effyourbeautystandards #everywomanisanangel

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Well well. So @victoriassecret thinks that curvy women, women with flaws or disabilities do not belong on their catwalks. Why? Because they want to keep up an illusion. Let me tell you the following about this: 1. Dear men, you need to be really brave right now. Those Victoria’s Secrets models… they are not real. They eat nothing but chicken broth and a salad leaf per day for werks and months before that angel show and they spend hours and hours at the gym. Like that‘s a life. And right before the show they are body-makeuped so hard that their humanity vanishes underneath layers of paint. One shower and poof there goes your dream of „perfection“, right down the drain. All of this only for a couple of seconds in the spotlights. Illusion. Not real. Not what you are going to see when your woman undresses for the night, that‘s for sure and certain. But that, on the other hand, is real. It is soft and warm to the touch, it smells like woman and it laughs when you whisper something charming in its ear. It has wrinkles from life and its skin is torn because your children grew in there. It has dents and curves. It is alive. We are alive. We are of different age and height and fitness and weight. Because life knows variations and life is not an illusion. Do, do you want an illusion lying next to you in bed every night or a real woman? (Hey, if you mumbled something that sounded like „illusion“ right now, maybe you should be single and get one of those inflatable girlfriends before you make a real woman miserable…) 2. Dear women, first of all let me sum it up nicely for all of us: Fuck you, Victoria’s Secret. I know your secret all right. You’re a fake. Your secret is making models starve themselves and making them lead a terrible lifestyle so that they can walk those catwalks for you and make the rest of us feel bad about themselves because we don’t look like that in your skimpy pieces of polyester lace. So tell me, what use is there in you, Victoria’s Secret? Because I don’t see any. As a woman, I don’t want to feel like crap when I shop for underwear. (continue in comments) #everywomanisanangel

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Inspired by @thebirdspapaya and her post based on the #victoriasecretfashionshow _ I’ve been on this self-love kick this past week and weekend because I think I’m finally discovering that little spark of positivity. Maybe it’s just a phase or maybe it sticks forever; either way I am loving it! _ Note: this feeling doesn’t come overnighting! It takes lots and lots of time and practice. One of the things that tends to steer me away from positivity is the media. Anytime I jump on social media, watch some tv or go to the grocery store, I’m slapped in the face with body image standards. -Cute perfect mamas on instagram with these flawless photos -Ads and commercials -magazine covers at the heck out counted _ We are surrounded by these unreal expectations of body image and no one makes this more clear than the Victoria Secret Fashion Show. _ Let’s all be angles and give ourselves the wings we all deserve to have because no one defines beauty better than you define it yourself! _ #everywomanisanangel #victoriasecretwings #defineyourbeauty #postbabybody #thisismotherhood #defineyourownbeauty #beauty #loveyourself #bodyimage #postpartum #curves #momlife #motherhood #motherhoodrising #4thtrimester #stopcensoringmotherhood #mypostpartumjourney #postbabybody #blog #blogger #azblogger #followme #kdmamablog #wings #plussizestyle #plussizemodel #beingamom #mommyblogger #thebirdspapaya

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WE'RE ALL ANGELS ?? #morethanourbodies

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