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A woman in Australia has posted a selfie after she had a baby on social networking site, Facebook to make a statement about feeling comfortable in the way people look.
Mel Rymill, who is form South Australia, posted a picture ofher post-pregnancy body and wearing only underwear and a bra on Facebook. The post is aimed at encouraging women to embrace their imperfections and feel confident about their bodies. She also indicated that she is fighting pressure to lose some extra weight put on during pregnancy months.
Rymill wrote in a message that , “Post pregnant women are told they look good if they return to their pre-baby body quickly leading to the assumption that they look bad if the keep the extra weight. Skinny people are envied for their lack of fat or shamed for apparently starving themselves.Voluptuous women are either labelled fat and shamed or they’re labelled brave for being comfortable in their own skin. There is always pressure.”
She also said that labelling people is harmful to everyone and must be avoided. She posted the picture and the message after meeting her physical therapist, who presumed that she wanted to get back topre-baby weight. This angered her and she replied that she only wanted to regain her core strength and endurance and she is not concerned about how she looks and how her body functions.
Her picture has already been shared over 6,000 times and she’s receiving hundreds of encouraging comments.