Tammin Sursok shares the opinions after sharing a nude photo of herself with her kids – fans say it’s ‘weird’ and shouldn’t be posted online
Tammin Sursok shared fans with her latest Instagram post – a cheeky photo of herself posing nude with her kids.
The 36-year-old actress shared the photo over a family vacation with her husband, Sean McEwen, and their two daughters, Phoenix, six, and Lennon, one, Tuesday in Montana.
Thanks Montana and @yourmontanagetaway for the MOST incredible stay! You stole our hearts and apparently our clothes, ”she wrote in the caption.
Divided: Tammin Sursok has split views after sharing a nude photo of herself and her kids on Instagram on Tuesday
While some fans praised Tammin for sharing the ‘sweet’ image, others said it was ‘weird’ and shouldn’t have been online.
“You shouldn’t be sharing these photos … Your little girls without clothes. The internet is full of bad people, ”one follower noted.
Some photos just have to be personal. Love for your family, but not in the world, ”another agreed.
“Not insulting, this is a bit strange to me,” wrote a third fan. “It’s cute, but a little weird, too,” added a fourth.
“It’s cute but a little weird!” While some fans praised Tammin for sharing the ‘sweet’ image, others said it was ‘weird’ and shouldn’t have been online
However, other fans defended her and said it was a “good time” and Tammin could post anything.
“You do, girl! Captured a beautiful moment, ”one person commented. “I love this! Both the photo and your courage to post it online, ”added another.
“A beautiful mom and her girls at one with nature,” wrote a third fan. ‘I love this!!! Who cares what people say ?? It’s your life and your body, ”wrote a third.
One of them said, “Gorgeous Tammin! Teach your girls to be strong and confident! Oh my god, I absolutely love it. ‘
Nice moment: however, some fans defended her by saying it’s a ‘nice moment’ and she should be able to post anything
Tammin told Daily Mail Australia that nudity is about “strength and beauty” and that “bodies are not something to be ashamed of.”
‘In our culture we learn to regard bodies as shameful and taboo. We constantly consider ourselves imperfect, ”she said.
“Nudity has existed since the beginning of humanity, and when nakedness is used in art, it is almost always about the power and beauty of the human form.”
Proud: Tammin told Daily Mail Australia that nudity is about ‘strength and beauty’ and bodies ‘aren’t something to be ashamed of’
“We don’t have to teach our kids that their bodies are something to be ashamed of and whether to laugh or that their bodies are dirty,” she added.
The Pretty Little Liars star further said it is important to celebrate ‘what our bodies really can do’.
“It’s only weird if you make it weird! Maybe sit by yourself and ask why three people’s backs go to something sinister, ”she wrote.
‘Images of extreme violence are also beamed at us every day, and yet we made up for that. Perhaps we would live in a much better world if more of these photos were posted that bathed in love and purity. ‘
Nothing to be ashamed of! The Pretty Little Liars star further said it is important to celebrate ‘what our bodies really can do’. Pictured Tammin, Sean and their two daughters