Compartiendo una foto de su cuerpo, Kenzie confesó: Yo tenía esa meta, quería ocupar menos espacio en el mundo y quería ser delgada en y ‘hot’ en los lugares adecuados.
(Gasp I know multiple posts within just a few hours, hi hello 🙋) For today's #selflovebootcamp we explore the topic of the dreaded thigh gap. These posts still get to me! Even after a year on this journey. But, here we go 😅💕 YOU 👏 DONT 👏 NEED 👏 NEGATIVE 👏 SPACE 👏 TO 👏 BE 👏 VALUED 👏 I'm so grateful that last year I came across @nourishandeat and @bodyposipanda because I DID have that goal, I wanted to take up less space in the world and I wanted to be thin in the right spots and "phat" in the right spots. ❌ Turns out my body isn't made out of plastic parts and I couldn't transfer fat from my thighs to my boobs or ass ❌ (at least not w out a lot of money and time 💰🕑) I didn't know #mermaidthighs could be celebrated because I never ever saw that shit being embraced until I SEARCHED FOR IT. 🐠🏝🌈 Guess what! You're allowed to take up space in the world, you're allowed to have knocked knees and big thighs. You're allowed to gain weight. You're allowed to not just have weight gain in the "acceptable" places. You're allowed to not fit into the status quo and still feel fly as fuck. ⚡️ You make the rules ⚡️ Happy Monday my fellow babes. #thunderthighs #bigthighsbighearts #endbodyshame #mybodymyrules #ilovemyself #evenwhenitshard
Otra de las frases de Kenzie recordó que ‘tú haces las reglas’, cuando de tu cuerpo se habla y de la confianza en ti misma.