A fitness blogger hit back on & # 39; mom-shaming & # 39; trolling and claiming to cover her after sharing a photo of her in a tight bikini.
Earlier this week, Sia Cooper, 30, from Mississippi, posted a photo of her from behind in the Bahamas while on vacation there in June.
She admitted she hadn't shared it at the time because she was & # 39; concerned about her cellulite & # 39; but decided to place it with her Diary of a suitable mom Instagram page to help other ladies empowered & # 39; to feel and encourage them to own & # 39; own & # 39 ;.
She endorsed the post, which received 20,405 likes: & # 39; Wear the damn swimsuit because life is too short! I love you all. & # 39;
Fitness blogger Sia Cooper has hit back on & # 39; mom-shaming & # 39; trolling and claiming that she had been told to hide it after sharing this picture of her in bikini
She endorsed the post, which received 20,405 likes: & # 39; Wear the damn swimsuit because life is too short! I love you all & # 39;
However, Sia went to Instagram last night to reveal that she had received a kickback from Instagram users who told her to cover up & # 39; & # 39; because she's a mother.
She placed another photo of herself with the same bikini and added one of the critical comments she had received.
The message was: & # 39; To show your profit, you don't have to show your back like that, you are a mother, think about what your children will see in your messages in the future, no longer followed (sic) & # 39;
In response, Sia shared a long caption in which she argued that children with mothers who are body positive are better for their own self-confidence.
Sia went to Instagram last night to reveal that she had received slack from Instagram users who told her to hide & # 39; because she's a mother
& # 39; Since when should mothers hide their bodies? Since when should mothers no longer feel sexy? How do you think baby & # 39; s came here at all? & # 39; she wrote.
& # 39; Do you know what? I want my children to see a mother who is positive for the body. I want my children to see a mother who is confident in her own skin. Moreover, they love my ass and use it as a bongo when I cook dinner or awkwardly stand in line at the supermarket. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; I grew up with a mother who hated her body. In fact, she also made me hate mine by taking it apart and pointing out that it seemed that I had grown heavier as a teenager.
& # 39; I really fought to finally love myself and only a few years ago did I start wearing shorts again in public. I would have given anything to have a body positive mommy and I make sure my children see and feel this positivity every day – not just with appearance but with everything.
In response, Sia shared a long caption arguing that children with mothers who are body positive are better for their own self-confidence
Sia pointed out that there is & # 39; no rule that says you can't rock a bikini & # 39; just because you gave birth, and adds that you are worth more.
& # 39; Sometimes the only thing a mother needs is to FEEL herself, & # 39; she went on. & # 39; Let's face it: motherhood can make us feel less than sexy.
& # 39; It leaves us empty, depressed, exhausted and staring into a mirror, looking at a former shell of ourselves that we hardly recognize anymore. And don't let me start with our postpartum bodies. Celebrating our bodies can be harder if they are covered with stretch marks and loose skin. & # 39;
She concluded by encouraging Mama & # 39; s to put on their bikini & # 39; s because she & # 39; earned it & # 39; and added that every woman deserves to feel at ease in her own skin without the judgmental opinion of society.
Mother of two Sia, pictured with her daughter, pointed out that there is & # 39; no rule that says you can't rock in a bikini & # 39; just because you gave birth, adding that you are worth more
Her message received more likes than her original photo, with many of her followers praising her outspoken opinions.
& # 39; As a mother I follow you completely! & # 39 ;, Someone wrote. & # 39; You inspire me so. And you know, my children have noticed how much body positive I have been since I went to get my profit! You can't make that woman happy and that's OK – she's not for your page. But never forget that you help so many others! & # 39;
Another commented: & I somehow knew when you posted that photo that someone would say something like that. Mom shaming sucks. I wish I had the confidence to rock & # 39; n a bikini like that. You do it! & # 39;
Her message received more likes than her original photo, with many of her followers praising her outspoken opinions
And one wrote: & # 39; I love this! I'm so tired of women who shame other women. Just know that those women fight their own demons with body positivity.
& # 39; Life is tough for us! You are beautiful inside and out! & # 39; while another joked: & # 39; Please do not let our children discover that mothers have butts. & # 39;
In July, we explained how Sia was the target of cruel trolls after her breast implants were removed, with some resembling her body to that of a & # 39; young boy & # 39 ;.
In July we told how Sia, pictured with her husband Nick, was the target of cruel trolls after her breast implants were removed, with some looking like her & # 39; young boy's body & # 39;
She went for the first time in October 2011 to increase her confidence after she left her small breasts with weight loss.
But in the next seven years, the mother of two struggled with extreme fatigue, skin rash, chest pain, brain fog, and even hair loss.
Sia was operated on a breast implant in December last year and claims that her skin rash has disappeared, she has lost weight and has more energy.
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