My boobs are a result of being pregnant and breastfeeding and I love them.
It seems like the world is not getting enough of "humanity". You see people everywhere body shaming each other, picking on celebrities, making tremendous accomplishments using their names.
Enough is enough. Don't you think so?
I still remember the #dontjudgechallange that became a quick internet fad to combat body shaming.
I hope most of you might be following the gorgeous mother of two who knows how to slay. Yes, I am talking about Stacey Solomon whose Instagram shot of her being a stand on performer and a beautiful mother of two lovely babies. But over the weekend she became subject to body shaming by "The Sun".
The newspaper published an article comparing Stacey's body with that of Louisa Johnson, who was the winner of the last X Factor.
The main focus of the article was that it highlighted how their boobs differed. Disgusting, isn't it?
You go, Stacey.