Mujer modifica sus fotos siguiendo los comentarios de los trolls y el resultado es horrible

¿Qué es la belleza? ¿Hoy día a quién debemos seguir como prototipo de belleza? ¿a las modelos altas y delgadas o a las operadas voluptuosas? La verdad es que estamos atravesando un período de confusión y de diversidad estética. Sin embargo, en el mundo contemporáneo la imagen virtual se ha convertido en nuestra carta de presentación y en ese orden, es mucho más fácil pecar por fea. Así que los filtros, el Photoshop y todo lo falso posible se ha convertido en el mejor aliado de una mujer.

 

Chessie King a menudo critica esta conducta en las mujeres y en los seguidores de Instagram que exigen la imagen de una mujer perfecta. La hemos visto anteriormente mostrando sus fotografías mordaces con y sin modificaciones.

THIS IS ME. THIS IS MY BODY 🙋🏼‍♀️ No flattering angles, no flattering lighting, just me & my body feeling on top of the 🌍. We all have days where we feel super duper good but we don’t share them enough. I want YOU to feel confident enough to dance around in your underwear & embrace any wobble you have! A few years ago I would never have posted this, all I cared about back then was being the leanest I could, going to the gym as many times as I could a week & counting every calorie I ate 🍴 Even at my smallest, when I was training the most & eating the least, I just wanted to cover up my body because it wasn’t my idea of ‘perfect’ 💁🏼‍♀️ Now my priority is to be happy & comfortable in my own skin, & today I appreciate my body & what it does for me. We were not made to be Barbie dolls who LOOK insanely good 24/7, we were made to be HUMAN & we should all be allowed to FEEL insanely good 24/7. Come at me keyboard warriors, you can say what you want but nothing will knock me down 💃🏼👊🏼

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Smooth skin, peachy booty, small waist, thin thighs… you can have it all in just 30 seconds of editing 💁🏼‍♀️ It’s scary how easily & quickly you can change your body on some of these apps. @lydiaxcollins & I had a play round to see how ‘modern day perfect’ we could make me look but still making it look ‘real’. Instagram can be so encouraging & inspiring but it’s also a ‘perfection’ trap 95% of the time & it can be so unhealthy & it still effects me. I want you to be able relate to me & look at my body & know it’s achievable. I want you to see me & know I look exactly the same in real life as I do on here. Yes people work extremely hard for their bodies & some people do look like the right but the rest of us gals should not have to feel like sh🍌t if we don’t 💃🏼 Sending allllll my love to anyone that’s compared themselves to another human today or wished they looked like that person on Instagram. You’re beautiful, in your own unique way ❤️🧡💛

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“BOOTY GOALS” 🍑 “OH MY GOD I WANT YOUR BUM”… you see these kinda comments all over your newsfeed, but would you see those kinda comments on the right photo?! 🤷🏼‍♀️ Neither of these photos are edited or photoshopped, same bottom just 2 completely different angles. Are you hooked on growing your peach to look like your favourite instagram girl? Have you ever thought maybe they have what I’ve got on the right: the dimples, the uneven cheeks, the bit I like to call the “second booty” (that bit underneath your bottom). I used to be extremely conscious of the back of my legs & if anyone was walking behind me whilst I was in swimwear I’d cover my booty & my legs because I was so embarrassed. I still find it a little bit scary sharing the right photo but I’m in my happy place, stuffing myself with popcorn! 🍿 & if it helps at least one of you to realise it’s OKAY to have imperfections then it was worth me pooing my pants a little. So next time you look in the mirror & see something similar to the right photo, just have a little word with yourself, I gat it too gurlll. You’re not alone 🙋🏼‍♀️🧡❤️💛

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Pero en esta oportunidad Chessie quiso complacer al detalle a los seguidores que la criticaban. Entonces se tomó muy en serio los comentarios de los trolls de internet y con la ayuda de Photoshop modificó sus fotografías con las demandas de estas personas. ¡El resultado es espantoso!

 

Este es el aterrador resultado:

“Si cambiamos nuestro cuerpo por cada troll, escuchamos a cada ciber matón, seríamos monstruos. Ya sea que tengas 23 seguidores o 3 millones, NADIE debería tener que lidiar con el odio habitual en línea. Mira mis historias destacadas para ver cómo mi cuerpo terminó luciendo así”, dise Chessie junto a la publicación.

 

Lección aprendida Chessie, te aseguramos que nadie quiere lucir así de perturbador. Y para los matones de internet, tengan cuidado antes de opinar porque si fuera por sus consejos el mundo estaría lleno de fenómenos.