Ashley Graham pose en bikini et dévoile sans complexe ses vergetures de grossesse

Afin de normaliser les vergetures, Ashley Graham a posé en bikini dévoilant ainsi ces marques apparues à la suite de son accouchement.

Icône du mouvement body positive, Ashley Graham ne cesse de transmettre des messages d’acceptation de soi à sa communauté Instagram. Mannequin “plus size”, elle a toujours soutenu l’image des femmes peu importe leur morphologie et leur tour de taille.

Depuis qu’elle est devenue mère au début de l’année 2020, elle ne cesse de partager la “real life” des mamans. Entre allaitement, gerçures sur le mamelon, saignements ou encore tire-lait, la jeune femme montre tout, sans le moindre tabou. Et parmi tous ces faits qui font partie de la réalité d’une vie de maman, il y a aussi les vergetures.

Un mannequin sans complexe

Fière de son corps qui a donné la vie, Ashley Graham continue de prendre la pose devant l’objectif. Dernièrement elle a mis en ligne un cliché où elle se dévoile en bikini. Pris du bas, cette photo met en valeur ses vergetures qui se trouvent sur son ventre.

De nombreux followers du mannequin ont apprécié sa démarche, qu’ils n’ont pas hésité à féliciter dans les commentaires :

Merci de normaliser les vergetures. On t’aime !

Merci d’être VRAIE ! Tu es belle. Toutes ces célébrités qui apparemment “rebondissent” et semblent n’avoir jamais donné naissance à un enfant sont tellement irréalistes.

Les vergetures, des marques de la vie

Qu’elles soient apparues durant l’adolescence, suite à des variations de poids ou bien lors de la grossesse, les vergetures sont des marques de la vie. Trop longtemps décriées, elles se standardisent peu à peu. Pourquoi ? Tout simplement car la plupart des femmes en ont, peu importe leur tour de taille ou leur morphologie. Et plutôt que de se gâcher la vie en voulant les cacher, il suffit de les assumer.

Que vous ayez envie de les revendiquer ou simplement de ne plus les camoufler derrière des vêtements, il ne faut plus que ces cicatrices soient source de doutes. Pour ne plus être gênée, on vous laisse vous inspirer de femmes comme Ashley Graham qui les assument.

I am a BLACK WOMAN… I build… I don’t tear down other BLACK WOMEN… I have felt the pain of being torn down and I have decided I will be deliberate about building others! If I didn’t tag you please don’t be offended. I tried to pick people I thought would do this challenge!! All too often, we LADIES find it easier to criticize each other, instead of building each other up. With all the negativity going around let’s do something positive!! 𝙏𝙝𝙞𝙨 𝙨𝙪𝙢𝙨 𝙪𝙥 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙥𝙪𝙧𝙥𝙤𝙨𝙚 𝙤𝙛 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨 𝙥𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙛𝙤𝙧𝙢! #blacklivesmatter #blackwomenmatter #themelaninexchange #blackwomen

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You have the waves of the sea writ on your skin, and still you doubt your magic? Because you are magic. You are a marvel. You’re sun and sand and soul rolled into one, caught in the bind of a body but so much more So very, very much more. I can’t stop thinking about my mom. About the lessons she taught me. About the lessons she never had a chance to learn. And I wonder if she knew how to love her body. I question it. She clawed and fought and sought her way to a better world. She struggled solo for the future of her children. But self love. Did she know self love? Do you? And while I can’t speak to her, I can share this here, now. I can remind you as many times as I must remind myself: You are a force. You are a tumble of elements and particles and mass that somehow amass to so much more than a series of separate parts. You’re strength. You’re beauty. You’re greatness beyond what could ever be captured in words. And if you doubt, If you forget, Look at yourself. Look at how your eyes glint like suns and your skin like seas, And how your soul roars with the very power of the ocean. You are magic. You are a marvel. You are. You. x Art @ria.e.johnson @stay.rare.designs #selflove #inspirationalquotes #poetry #stretchmarks #strengthmarks #bodyconfidence #iweigh

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You have the waves of the sea writ on your skin, and still you doubt your magic? Because you are magic. You are a marvel. You’re sun and sand and soul rolled into one, caught in the bind of a body but so much more So very, very much more. I can’t stop thinking about my mom. About the lessons she taught me. About the lessons she never had a chance to learn. And I wonder if she knew how to love her body. I question it. She clawed and fought and sought her way to a better world. She struggled solo for the future of her children. But self love. Did she know self love? Do you? And while I can’t speak to her, I can share this here, now. I can remind you as many times as I must remind myself: You are a force. You are a tumble of elements and particles and mass that somehow amass to so much more than a series of separate parts. You’re strength. You’re beauty. You’re greatness beyond what could ever be captured in words. And if you doubt, If you forget, Look at yourself. Look at how your eyes glint like suns and your skin like seas, And how your soul roars with the very power of the ocean. You are magic. You are a marvel. You are. You. x Art @ria.e.johnson @stay.rare.designs #selflove #inspirationalquotes #poetry #stretchmarks #strengthmarks #bodyconfidence #iweigh

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