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Published 5 years ago with 8 Comments

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  • popper (edited 5 years ago)

    Honestly, is one thing to criticize the media for promoting an unrealistic image of what a woman should look like, but this is one woman, who just gave birth and looks great. Is she not allowed to feel good about that?

    • ChelsG

      It makes people have to face their own insecurities. Most people prefer to hide and avoid those feelings, sadly.

      • popper

        Yep. I get that maybe her freakishly fit body may make somebody feel bad, but I find kind of sad that somebody called it an "act of war". If you are against the ridiculous expectations of women looks we have as a culture, I get that, but finding yet another thing women can do wrong regarding their looks is not the way.

        • ChelsG

          I completely agree. It's like women can't win no matter what they look like. You're picked apart if you look bad and you're picked apart if you look good.

  • ReanLu

    Honestly, a lot of women I know have used pregnancy as an excuse to gain 50-60lbs. Nobody really talks about it, but losing "baby weight" isn't that hard if you maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout your pregnancy.

    • ChelsG

      This. You only need a few hundred extra calories a day and if you follow that guideline and keep at least somewhat active you will not gain a crazy amount of weight nor will you have trouble knocking the few extra pounds off post-pregnancy.

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