Model 28 of size 28, 29, says & # 39; most men want a big babe & # 39; after they have been told to kill themselves
A lingerie model of size 28 from New York embraces her fuller figure after receiving nasty jibes from internet trolling.
Leah Stanley (29) started her Instagram account, which now has more than 92,000 followers, to encourage other women to enjoy their curves after she grew up without a strong influence of more than sufficient size.
& # 39; I have received countless comments and messages about my health, lifestyle and life in general. I have been told that I have to kill myself, that I have to learn to stop eating or that I am unhealthy and only promote an unhealthy lifestyle, "says Leah.
Model 28 lingerie model Leah Stanley, 29, from New York, embraces her fuller figure with an Instagram account that has more than 92,000 followers. She wants to be a role model for other women with a good size and says that men & # 39; secretly want a plus-and-small babe & # 39;
Although she admits that she has her own bad days, the model and the fashion blogger hopes to spread positivity and teach other good-quality women not to feel ashamed. It emphasizes that her weight does not determine her.
At school I never really had a boyfriend in high school and boys never looked at me grown up. Today it is the opposite. Many boys want a plus-size babe – and if they say they do not, they probably do so in secret. "Leah said, who on Twitter is named @voluptuousleah.
Leah also says that modeling has given her confidence and enabled her to enjoy the functions she once wrestled with.
& # 39; It is perfectly normal to have days with a small fight. I woke up and changed my outfit four times because it did not look right. The next day I wake up and pull on one of the outfits that I have thrown aside the day before and I walk out the door.
Leah says modeling has given her a self-confidence boost and helped her learn to keep the features she once struggled with
& # 39; I have been told to kill myself, to learn to stop eating, or to be unhealthy and only promote an unhealthy lifestyle, & # 39; says Leah
I always wrestled with my arms and thighs, so it was not until the last few years that I started pushing jackets and wearing shorts on the beach.
Sometimes it's just a matter of bad posture and I have to have a pep talk with myself and remind myself that it does not matter if others think my arms are fat. I can still go out in a cute cardigan.
Although she admits that she has her own bad days, the model and the fashion blogger hopes to spread positivity and teach other women with a good size not to be ashamed, but does not emphasize her weight, does not define her
I always wrestled with my arms and thighs, so only in recent years did I start to dump vests and wear shorts on the beach, & # 39; explains Leah.
Leah says she is not worried about numbers or even sure about her actual weight, because she seldom weighs herself on the scale
Leah goes on Instagram to the name @voluptuousleah and regularly shares photos of herself with the clothes she finds most comfortable in
& # 39; I'm not even sure what my current weight is. People often bring their mental health to an obsession about a number and I do not. I know when I eat badly and when I do not play sports. I do not need a scale to tell me that. I know when to make changes without constantly knowing my weight, "Leah said.
Lea grew up with the youngest of four sisters and was the only one of the four – mostly & # 39; tagged & # 39; by other children
Lea grew up with the youngest of four sisters and was the only plus-size of the four – often labeled as fat & # 39; by other children.
& # 39; I was always different. Children never mentioned me as plus-size at that time, it was always fat.
What I promote is love and respect – there is no weight limit, regardless of the size of a person.
She hopes to break standards and says: "What I promote is love and respect – there is no maximum weight for it, regardless of the size of a person & # 39;
& # 39; I want to violate standards and be a role model. When I was growing up, I did not have a positive plus-size role model to look up to. It is very important to be that person – not just for women and young girls – but for everyone who needs it.
• Bodies such as mine must be seen and accepted. I want to be strong and accept my body so that I can live carefree and help others do the same, "Leah said.
• Bodies such as mine must be seen and accepted. I want to be strong and accept my body so that I can live carefree and help others do the same, & # 39; Leah said
Leah also shared her daily well-being routine by saying that her attitude & personality & # 39; is making her the most sexy.
My regime changes daily, but most mornings I start a walk with my Bernese Mountain Dog and I almost always do my make-up daily. I do it completely for myself. It is another outlet for me.
Leah also shared her daily well-being routine by saying that her attitude & personality & # 39; is making her the most sexy
"Then there is always food – I must have some sort of delicious dinner, so I usually think about it during the day or maybe the night before.
& # 39; My general message is always spread love, happiness and positivity. I want to inspire and encourage people to discover who they are, to be their best and true self. Live life because we only get one. & # 39;