Cellulite am Samstag: Perfektion war gestern!

Perfekte Haut, eine makellose Frisur und ein straffer Körper: So kennen wir die üblichen Fotos auf Instagram! Das war aber einmal! Ein neuer, etwas sonderbarer Internet-Trend bringt jetzt Cellulite ins Gespräch.

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Frauen stehen zu ihrem Körper Foto: kittyinpinkk/Instagram

Mit dem Hashtag #CelluliteSaturday zeigen Frauen vermehrt ihre Dellen, denn auch wenn diese nicht gerade dem Schönheitsideal entsprechen, müssen sie noch lange nicht versteckt werden. Initiiert wurde der Trend von der Kanadierin Kenzie Brenna, die es satt hatte, ihren unperfekten Körper zu verhüllen. Sie fing an, jeden Samstag unretuschierte Fotos von sich zu posten und fand bald Gleichgesinnte.

 

Yaassssssssss kweens. You know what day it is! ???? ???? ???? Do I love this part of my body? No, absolutely not. No matter how many times I talk about it, no matter how many people support me, its engrained in me to understand that "if you have cellulite, that part of your body is not good looking." And some people will read this and nod their head. I get it. But I also recognize that this is from social conditioning. IF YOU THINK for some reason that we are born with a natural distaste for certain body types then you are wrong. Let me give you this example: (This example slays btw) ????✨ If cellulite wasn't attractive because its inherently in our DNA, then we wouldn't also shame women for having body hair. Makes sense right? Body hair grows on us and yet we shave it off because smooth, white, young looking skin is more desirable than the other. But wait! It's in our primitive mind to look for mates who can survive, so why do we instinctively think that body hair on a woman is unattractive? Considering body hair is developed by biological evolution. BECAUSE WE HAVE BEEN RAISED TO THINK THAT. This is called cultural programming. This has nothing to do with what our cavemen minds think is attractive. And if you've been following my youtube videos I have spoke that our psychology cannot exist without the influence of our culture or the sub cultures around you. That would be called living in a "cultural vacuum" and it doesn't exist. If you recognize this, it's much easier to step out of your body and understand it from a sociological perspective. You can learn so so much about yourself once you realize how our minds and bodies work!! ???????????????????? I am no exception to this, cellulite monster inside of me still reigns her ugly head sometimes, but I acknowledge that this is social conditioning and I will not bow down to it. I will try to love myself. Over and over again.❤️ No matter how uncomfortable it makes me, no matter how hard, not matter what anyone says: I am on a journey for self love and I WILL NOT STOP. ???????????? #cellulitesaturday #thisbody #embracethesquish Also lovelies! Pls actually tag me in your pics! If you just @ me, it gets lost. Sowwie ????????????????????

Ein von Kenzie B (@omgkenzieee) gepostetes Foto am

Super-Trend!

Mit dem Hashtag möchten sie auch andere Frauen auffordern, ihre Unvollkommenheit anzunehmen und sogar lieben zu lernen. 90 Prozent aller Frauen haben Cellulite – es ist also lediglich die Schönheitsindustrie, die sie dazu bringt, dafür zu schämen, weiß Brenna. Frauen lieben ihre Idee und posten jede Menge Bilder von ihren eigenen Problemzonen. Was sagen Sie zu "Cellulite am Samstag"?

Cellulite Samstag

  • Was halten Sie davon, Problemzonen und Cellulite öffentlich zu zeigen?

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