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Body positive images by Brazilian photographer Miarana Godoy , 22, feature women posing in their underwear, painted with slogans protesting fat shaming including "My Body My Rules" and "Fat and Healthy". Other untouched photos show the volunteer models posing topless in front of dramatic graffiti art, including an illustration of artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. Godoy was inspired to create the picture series named Empoderarte Me , or Empowering Me, by a friend, and put out a call for volunteers to come forward to take part. She told MailOnline that she asked the women to pose in lingerie as a "form of protest and self-acceptance" because "photographs of fat woman in lingerie are rare. The photographer went on to explain that she wanted to highlight that being fat doesn't mean a person is unhealthy, and pointed out that thinner people also experience health problems. Her photos have been picked up by international media, and have won support of women who identify with her cause.
Erika. Age: 31. I will be glad to spend time with you. Well, why not? I love sex, I have a rich experience, a beautiful figure, and I also have a very beautiful ass!
Women reclaim the word 'fat' in Empowering Me body positive photo series
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At the time, she was working on a collection of images of herself in places where she felt particularly self-conscious about her weight, like restaurants and pools. When reviewing images she took on the Times Square bleachers, she noticed that her camera had caught a man standing behind her, sneering. He was doing it for a while. With the help of an assistant or tripod, she photographs herself in highly trafficked areas — midtown New York, or La Rambla in Barcelona. For her new series, she photographed herself doing just that — exercising, shopping for clothes, trying on makeup — along with the reactions her appearance and behavior elicit from strangers.
Ramona. Age: 23. I am very open minded and warm-hearted, a funny beautiful girl who will take you beyond your expectations! I like to go to gym to work out maintain my knockout curvy figure, I enjoy spreading positive energy with others, I like to spend time with up-scale gentleman.
When it comes to embracing and loving our bodies, seeing more and more size diversity in the fashion industry is an amazing first step. But photographer Substantia Jones thinks we need to get even more real. Her artistic, unretouched, mostly nude photos of people she prefers to simply call "fat" fully expose all the soft curves, ripples, and layers we've been taught to hide, fear, and judge—and suddenly, it's hard not to see them as beautiful. Click on to read more about her empowering photo series, the Adipositivity Project. Jones calls her photo series The Adipositivity Project , which combines the words "adipose" of or relating to fat and "positivity" to convey her goal: to demystify and celebrate the larger bodies we rarely see portrayed as attractive or sensual or even just normal.
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