Las 15 cuentas que debes seguir de 'body positive'

WeLoversize | CUORE.ES -

Este es nuestro pequeño gran homenaje a esas mujeres que con su exposición (que a veces hace que reciban palos por todos los lados) y su trabajo, hacen que cada día a día la diversidad sea más visible en redes sociales.

Algo que no siempre es fácil ya que como bien sabemos en WeLoversize, dar a conocer tu visión del mundo en Internet es a veces gratificante y otras muchas veces no tanto. Estas maravillosas mujeres se enfrentan diariamente a insultos y ofensas por el mero hecho de exponer sus ideas y sus lorcitas. Pero en vez de ocultarlas vamos a hacer precisamente lo contrario, darles toda la visibilidad que podamos para que su trabajo y su positividad sigan viajando por el mundo.

¡Gracias a todas! ¡Seguiremos luchando!

1. Body posi panda


I wanna take a minute to answer a question that I get asked a lot: how did I gain weight? Every day someone asks me this, usually they're naturally slim and since Kardashian curves are the new ideal, they think they need to gain weight to be beautiful. I've gained a hell of a lot of weight over the years, so here's my answer: I did not intentionally gain weight to have the body I have now. I didn't decide what size I wanted to be and then force myself into it. This is the body that recovery gave me. This is the body that being mentally free gave me. This is my happy body. When I post about loving it, I am NEVER saying that other people need to have a body like mine to be worthy of self love. Nobody in the body positive community is promoting a particular body type as the key to happiness. Whatever body type you have right now, you are worthy of self love. Me telling naturally thin people how to gain weight to fit an idea of beauty, is no different from me telling naturally bigger people how to lose weight to fit an idea of beauty. It's just not body positive. At all. Whatever body type you have when you're mentally free and at peace with food/exercise - that is your happy body. Whatever size or shape, including people who are just supposed to be thin. So no, I can't tell you what I did to gain weight. Because the only answer is that I found freedom and grew into the body that I was always supposed to have. Your body freedom will look different from mine. And it will be equally worthy of love, no matter what. 💜💙💚🌈🌞 P.s. to anyone currently in recovery from a restrictive eating disorder - THIS IS NOT ME TELLING YOU THAT YOU DON'T HAVE TO GAIN WEIGHT. Remember, mental health is what counts here. And however recovery makes your body look, THAT is your happy body. You're worthy of love every step of the way, but you have to let your body heal however it needs to. All my love. ✨ P.s. a few of the bopo babes realised #thisismyhappybody NEEDS TO BE A THING! So let's make it a thing 😘

Una publicación compartida de Megan Jayne Crabbe 🐼 (@bodyposipanda) el

2. Tallulah Moon

3. Ashley Graham

4. Silvana Denker

5. Tess Holliday

6. Rebeca Gómez


Batman se ha tomado el día libre y me ha dejado a cargo de Gotham, espero estar a la altura. (Es de @aliexpress_official_esp)

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7. Paula Fernández


❤ S A N V A L E N T I N ❤ Podemos estar todo el día quejándonos de los solas que estamos. Podemos estar todo el día echando de menos a quien tenemos lejos. Podemos estar todo el día viendo pelis de llorar planteándonos nuestra vida amorosa. Podemos hasta soñar con la cita de San Valentín perfecta... Pero yo opto por subir esta foto que hace dos años ni siquiera me hubiese hecho. Fotografía en la que muestro muchas partes de mi cuerpo que odiaba y ahora amo. Porque al fin y al cabo este 14 de Febrero va de amar, y no sólo a una pareja, sino a ti misma, a tu familia, a tus amigos/as, a tus mascotas... (Esta foto es una de mis favoritas, de la mano de mi @petitlezard, y os cuento un secretillo, no conozco una persona que irradie más amor que ella. Lo juro)

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8. Denise Mercedes


I remember hating the fact that I had big thighs. Now I'm just like thick thighs save lives. They keep my hands warm too! 😉 📸@brunalacerda #becauseitsmybody

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9. Nat Lozano

10. Paola Antonini


Oioioi! Boa noite meus amores! Dei uma sumidinha, mas já to de volta! Que a semana de vocês seja repleta de alegrias e muita paz! 💭🙆🏼💛

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11. Celia Requena

12. Britt Pysar

13. Elena Devesa

14. Radiant Bambi

15. Hannah Vegan


Lately I've been wondering how I made it out alive. Because really, I shouldn't be here. It all started 5.5 years ago when I entered my senior year of high school. I fell into a viscous cycle of starvation and over-exercising, and soon I had lost myself to an eating disorder. Less than a year later and I was lying in a hospital bed and my parents were being told that I might not make it through the night – I was given blood transfusions, my organs started failing and I was in a semi-comatose state. I had to re-learn how to walk in the hospital as I all my muscles had deteriorated. I don't tell you about those times in my life to leave you shocked. And I never want you to think that you have to look like the picture on the left for your struggles to be valid - you don't. Your struggles are so so valid at any size. I tell you about them hoping that you will realize one thing: that if I can go from that fragile girl in a hospital bed completely consumed by anorexia, to the grown, happy, care-free and positive woman I am today, then anyone can get here. ANYONE. Including you. You can overcome. You can rise up. You can take your power back. And you can sure as hell make peace with your body. You might not see that right now, but I do. So keep going, my love. Rise. 💜💙💚🌈🌞 Parts of this message are from an amazing post by the amazing @bodyposipanda

Una publicación compartida de Hannah | Vegan 🌱 | 22 | 📍UK 🇬🇧 (@prosperoushealthylife) el