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Ellas son las “antiángeles”: Mujeres con belleza que no llevan alas haciendo #catwalk en Nueva York!

Publicado Hace 9 días el 06 de Diciembre de 2017

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Hace unas horas un grupo de mujeres ha decidido invadir el centro de Nueva York para demostrar que cualquier mujer puede ponerse en ropa interior y mostrar su cuerpo al mundo. Incluso si sus medidas no son canónicas y tienen celulitis, estrias o la piel flácida.

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Mientras las críticas a la histórica marca no dejan de aumentar por su negativa a incluir modelos de talla grande (la top Ashley Graham lo ha reivindicado y pedido en dos ocasiones sin éxito)

O sea ella 👇👇👇👇👇👇

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20 modelos de todas las tallas y etnias tomaron ayer Times Square para reivindicar la diversidad y acabar con los estereotipos y la supuesta ‘perfección’ impuesta por la publicidad, las marcas y la sociedad a las mujeres.

#TheRealCatwalk (“la pasarela real”), como se bautizó en redes sociales, quiere lograr que “aquellas que se sientan mal con sus propios cuerpos y rostros al ver el famoso espectáculo de Victoria’s Secret encuentren otros referentes y abrazen la diversidad”.

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Y por supuesto… Nueva York, calles, diciembre…estaba helando!

Ella es Khrystyana, la modelo activista y una de las organizadoras, aquí su cuenta de instagram 

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– A THOUGHT OF BEING AN ORPHAN – When I was a kid I experienced something horrific. I was told by a doctor that my mom didn’t have more than a couple of months to live. At the time I didn’t question the reasons and how chasing global beauty standards got her there into that state . Her extreme skinny dieting, fasting and cleansing teas didn’t bother me. I grew up thinking that this was what all adult women did and should be doing. I truly thought I’d have to face that too. But at that moment, seeing her so fragile on the hospital bed I thought of life and death. There she was, quite tiny, but still a gorgeous woman. The thought of becoming an orphan felt like something that I shouldn't have to experience for many years. I decided to stay as present as possible to experience those couple of months as if there were many long years. It was so difficult. My mom survived her severe health issues and is still alive, for which I am grateful beyond measure. And now I have all of these years to think back. AlI I want to really say today honestly is: please don't kill yourself for a dream in your head. Please live in this magical body of yours, live in this moment. Share yourself with those you love, do what you actually like. Don’t put anyone through suffering just because you want to look photoshopped … I beg of you. Ok? —� sending you love with a hopeful smile —� you are beautiful already. Choose life. – khrystyana — p.s she was misdiagnosed with last stages of stomach cancer.. and I KNOW… I know :/// pS2: a thought of being an orphan serves me as one of my main fuel ⛽️ to fight for all body acceptance— Photo by @saigonduo @duyschmoo @thaofromtheinternet #allBodiesAreGoodBodies #bodypositive#effyourbeautystandards#iamsizesexy#teamcurvy#embraceyourcurves#beautybeyondsize#noshame#bodypositivity#honormycurves#curvymodels#ilovemybody#bodylove#bodyacceptance#selfconfidence#bodyimage#curvymodel#bopo#thisbody#bopowarrior #boldncurvy#celebratemysize#goldenconfidence#AlternativeCurves

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