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We model Ariella Nyssa react to people, the body embarrassed her in front of her the appearance of cellulite, and says, “it is beautiful, it is about a friend.”
Two of Australia’s biggest bikini top leaders have participated in a series of super-relatable snaps in their bathing suits, which have earned the praise of their hundreds of thousands of followers.
Ariella Nyssa took to Instagram to share a photo of herself with her fellow bikini babe Karina Irby, as the pair splashed about in the pool. The stunning snap was taken while the couple were on a photo shoot, modelling for the Irby’s swimwear from the brand Moana Bikini’s.
It is not the most colourful of outfits, which have drawn a lot of attention on Nyssa’s 294,000 followers, it is the fact that both of these women have a “bloated” bellies, and they will be proud to show them off.
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“Wait, you don’t think that the feeling of being bloated, it is cute!” Nyssa bottom center of the photo. “NEWS FLASH: a feeling of being bloated, it is normal, and just because I don’t have a six pack, doesn’t mean I’m not beautiful.”
The Sydney model, was to encourage her followers to not feel “embarrassed or ashamed” if they don’t have to have a flat stomach.
“You have bloat, I bloat, and EVERYONE will be too LARGE. Don’t you dare feel inferior to it,” she said.
The positive and empowering message that clearly struck a chord with Nissa’s followers, with hundreds leaving messages for her to say thank you for sharing the “real” picture.
“It’s seeing these posts make me so happy,” said one of them.
“Indeed. The beautiful girls,” another wrote.
“It’s so nice to see bodies like mine in my feed, along with all the other beautiful bodies of different shapes and sizes,” one fan shared.
Another wrote: “Love your powerful message!”
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Others have praised Nyssa, for “keeping it real” — something that she and Irby, are well-known for in the past.
Earlier this month, and Nyssa, who is about to launch a new swimwear line with the Australian e-store Beginning Boutique is placed over the affected with a feeling of being bloated.
In August, however, the woman was the victim of vicious trolls who bombarded her with nasty comments and personal messages about their body, allowing them to take a long break from Instagram.
“WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA, REALLY? Why are all the brands try to make us feel like [expletive], if we don’t represent the ‘ideal’ interpretations of the body,” she said. “I just don’t believe that this has been such a long time, and I’m so mad at myself for it and accept it as the norm for over a year.”
Nyssa, who is best known for its battle for acceptance, and the representation of the body in all shapes and sizes, had recently been vocal about the fact that he refused to work with her because of her size.
“We should all feel great in order to wear clothing from ALL the brands? No matter how ridiculous. I didn’t know how bad it was until this week,” she said, in a long Instagram story.
“I didn’t know that the size of the sector, and the social media has distorted, and is manipulated by our brain into thinking that you have to look a certain way to be in LOVE with the way you look, and are represented in the media.”
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Irby has been on a similar crusade for the empowerment of women, and the battle is brutal and the body of standards in the industry, recently shared her one million followers she had gained 22 pounds and never felt better.”
Irby, accompanied her to the fair to post two pictures, one with her 119 pounds, and the other one as it was a healthy 141 pounds. She detailed the difference between the two pictures of her with a million fans, and welcoming the presence of boobs, butts, hips, and thighs.”
“This morning Facebook notified me of a memory from 9 years ago. I was so shocked to see how little I have in the past, when I was a teenager!”
Karina Irby, a photograph, and is similar to a crusade for the empowerment of women, and the battle is brutal and the body of standards in the industry, recently shared her one million followers she had gained 22 pounds and never felt better.”
She then went on to describe how she felt when her body began to change, making her feel “self-conscious”.
“I just remembered that when my body was mature, I was gaining a lot of weight curves, and more false reasons to feel self-conscious about how I look,” Irby wrote. “I used to have to put so much pressure on myself to try and take my teenager to see it, but it’s not only bad for you, it just wasn’t in the cards for me.”
After gaining 22 lbs, and she said, “I’ve never felt better about myself, mentally and physically.”
“What I’m trying to say is, stop being so hard on yourself. Your body is beautiful, and the love of your life! The cult of the heck out! I really wish that I did, said,” Irby is revealed.
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This story was originally published by the News.com.au.