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As a fitness blogger is fed up with the online critics, the “mom-shaming” over her bikini pictures, she took a job in a long, long post.
Influencer Sia Cooper, who has over 1 million Instagram followers, turned to a commenter who scolded the mother-of-two displayed her rear end.
Cooper, who works as a nurse to become a personal trainer, said the woman, a critical commentary along with a photo of himself in the very same story.
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“In order to show your income, you do not need to show that you are behind this,” the woman said, “you are a mother, think about what [sic] your children to see you in your posts in the future, to be unfollowed.”
Cooper, who works as a nurse to become a personal trainer, said the woman, a critical commentary along with a photo of herself in a bikini.
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“The other day, I had posted a picture of me in the same bikini and it was said to be a cover-up… because, of course, I’m a mother…. Cue the mother-shaming,” Cooper-with subtitles. “Since when was that the mothers would no longer be allowed to feel sexy? What do you think of the baby even got here in the first place?”
Instead of teaching their children to be ashamed of her body, Cooper said, ” they want them to see a mother who is confident in her own skin.”
“There is no rule that states you can’t rock a bikini, just because you pushed a baby out of your vagina at some point in your life,” she said. “In fact, you have to be worthy, and so much more.”
Cooper told me that she grew up with a mother who “hated her body” and her hatred of her own body, “nitpicking” her size as a teen-ager.
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“I fought like a mad man to finally get hold of me, and it wasn’t until a couple of years ago, I started wearing shorts again in public,” she said. “I would do anything to have a body positive mama, and I make sure that my children will see and feel this positive every day, not only with the looks but with all of it.”
Mothers have enough to worry about, Cooper said, including postpartum and to feel “less than sexy” with all of the demands of being a mother.
“Leave us exhausted, depressed, exhausted, and staring into a mirror, looking into a former shell of ourselves that we don’t recognize anymore,” she said.
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Cooper ended up in her body-positivity manifest, a load of mothers everywhere-the right to wear a bikini, regardless of what anyone else thinks.
“So, mamas, take off your bikini. You’ve earned it. Every woman deserves to feel comfortable in her own skin, without the society’s judgy opinions,” she wrote.
“Let’s go for the mother-to-judge-to-halt. Being a mom is already hard as it is. We are damned if we do damned if we don’t, so stay true to yourself.”