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Objavila je fotografiju sebe s celulitom, a kako bi pokazala koliko je to normalno dala mu je i nadimak

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Foto: Jessi Kneeland/SCREENSHOT INSTAGRAM
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Celulit je dio nas i ne bismo ga se trebale sramiti

Spisateljica Jessi Kneeland na svojem je Instagram profilu podijelila sliku nakon vježbanja u teretani. Ovo ne bi bilo ništa posebno, da na slici nije namjerno pokazala svoj celutit i progovorila o njemu, a nazvala ga je “fancy fat”, odnosno fensi salo. Komentari su bili svakakvi, a Jessi je samo htjela svim curama pokazati kako se ne smiju sramiti svojeg tijela.

Celulit je normalan

Oh hey there, have you met my fancy fat? It's these pretty dimples along the back of my legs and butt. Some people think fancy fat is "bad," and will try to convince you to get rid of yours, but we know better. Fancy fat is just a natural, healthy, built-in decoration. (Or at least that's how I choose to see it.) # Note: There is absolutely nothing objectively true about statements like "cellulite is ugly" or "perfectly smooth and toned is more attractive." Those are just examples of a social reality we pass along to each other so often, that our brains start to believe they must be true, they're "natural," or they're "just the way things are." # But they're not. We can change the way we see things by interrupting those old thoughts, challenging and examining them, noticing how they affect us, changing what we expose ourselves to, and finding new beliefs that affect us in a more positive way. # Which exactly what I've done by re-casting my so-called embarrassing cellulite in the role of beloved Fancy Fat. ❤️ # PS my fancy fat is more visible in some lighting or poses, and less visible in others. These 2 photos were taken when I happened to notice it popping recently in the mirror at my gym. 🤗

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“Pozdrav, jeste li upoznali moje fensi salo? To su ovi prekrasni nabori na mojim nogama i bedrima. Neki misle kako je ovo salo loše i pokušat će vas uvjeriti da ga se riješite, ali mi znamo bolje. Fensi salo je samo prirodan i zdravi ukras (ili ga bar ja tako vidim). Ne postoji ništa objektivno istinito u rečenici ‘celulit je ružan’ ili ‘savršeno glatka koža je atraktivnija’. To su samo primjeri kako društvo utječe na nas i kako nas uvjerava da je samo jedan oblik ispravan. Ali nije tako.

Mi možemo mijenjati način na koji vidimo stvari, možemo preispitati naše stare misli i izazvati ih. Možemo i pronaći nova uvjerenja koja će se pozitivno odraziti na nas. Upravo sam to i ja napravila. Pretvorila sam svoj takozvani sramotni celulit u voljeno fensi salo.

P.S. Moje je fensi salo pod nekim kutovima i svijetlom vidljivije, a pod drugim je manje vidljivo. Ove dvije fotke su nastale kada sam primijetila celulit u ogledalu nakon vježbanja u teretani.”

Sve bi trebalo biti drugačije

Naravno, pronašao se jedan njezin pratitelj koji je rekao kako ima celulit jer je debela i jer jede pogrešnu hranu, na što mu je Jessi također odgovorila novom fotkom svojeg ravnog trbuha i prigodnim tekstom ispod nje. “…Ja i moj nezdravi celulit bit ćemo ovdje samo da pokažemo svim ženama kako nema ništa pogrešno u celulitu i da su ljudi poput tebe neobrazovani i neznalice.”

Jessi nije stala na ovome pa je objavila još jednu fotografiju sebe u teretani s vidljivim celulitom kako bi svima pokazala da je to potpuno normalno, a nažalost se danas smatra ružnim i pogrešnim dijelom ženskog tijela. Na kraju se samo zapitala: “Što bi se dogodilo kada bismo dopustili svima da vide naš trbuh mekan i okrugao ili kada bismo prestali skrivati svoja udubljenja i nepravilnosti? Što bi se dogodilo kada bismo prestali to sve zvati manama ili kada bismo prestali vjerovati u to da moramo nekako pokušati to popraviti?”

"I posted about my cellulite because I think it’s important that we normalize real bodies. # I got tons of comments and messages from women who told me they thought I was “brave” to post those photos, and that they could never have done something so scary. # Which is heart-breaking. # It has become so utterly unacceptable to have a normal human female body, that the thought of other people seeing our normalness or humanness is mortifying. # I know this isn’t anything new. A few years ago, I wouldn’t have posted a photo like that, either. # But as article after article was written about my post last week (and my clapback at the troll who tried to tell me my cellulite is unnatural and unhealthy) it kept ringing in my head that we are a culture in desperate need of more exposure to real bodies. # More non-sexual nudity. # More female human-ness. # I’m not just talking about “owning our flaws,” here, either. Because my cellulite is not a fucking FLAW. # Neither is my belly being round and soft instead of flat and flexed. In fact, none of any part of the human body is a fucking flaw. # It’s all perfect, and when seen through the right lens, it’s all beautiful. (Hint: that lens does not include our mainstream beauty standards.) # Ok I guess I’ll end my rant here, with a call to stop hiding the humanness of your body. # What would happen if you let the world see your belly be soft and round? # If you stopped trying to hide your dimples and rolls? # What if we all agreed to stop calling our humanness a “flaw,” or buying into the idea that we must somehow try to fix it?" -Excerpt from today's #transparenttuesday email

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Izvor: Huffington Post

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