Women inspired to be body-positive in photos
WOMEN are rallying against overly photoshopped images promoting unrealistic body expectations by posting snaps of their stretchmarks hmarks and cellulite online.
Fashion labels are also getting in on the trend, withh brands such as ASOS including images showingg cellulite in adver- tising campaignss for its 2017 swimsuit lines. The photos are earning millionsilli of likes and shares on social media and psychologists say seeing more realistic photos can help improve body image. Perth personal trainer and social media personality Madalin Giorgetta won praise when she shared a photo sh showing her “butt d dimples”. Giorgetta (pictured) said sh she had been init itially scared to sharesh the photo. “I’m extremelytr proud anda so happy I madem the decisionsi to publish a photo of myself that shows me for me,” she said. Psychologist Dr Kiera Buchanan said unfollowing accounts that triggered negative body thoughts was a good step.