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Brave Mother Goes Viral Thanks To A Photo Of Herself In Her Underwear (6 pics)

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Mel Rymill never expected her Facebook photo to go viral, but it did, and it inspired a lot of other women in the process.

Brand new mother, Mell Rymill, went to a fitness studio to get back into shape after a long hiatus from the gym. It was her experience however, that led her to post this angry Facebook post – with which she has now attracted world-wide attention:

1 Brave Mother Goes Viral Thanks To A Photo Of Herself In Her Underwear (6 pics)


2 Brave Mother Goes Viral Thanks To A Photo Of Herself In Her Underwear (6 pics)

Within just 7 hours, this post was shared over 7000 times – even though the photo was removed for a short time, because someone registered it as going against Facebook’s nudity guidelines. “Laughable”, commented Mel to this, “what I’m wearing here is more than my normal swimwear!” Nevertheless, Facebook users around the world are celebrating Mel for her actions and her words. The Australian has also invited other women to act as an example against the pressure of clothes-size, and to upload similar photos of themselves in underwear! Hundreds of women have answered her call.


3 Brave Mother Goes Viral Thanks To A Photo Of Herself In Her Underwear (6 pics)

Mel Rymill never thought her Facebook rant would go viral, but finds it encouraging that so many women would publicly display their bodies so proudly, alleged flaws and all.


4 Brave Mother Goes Viral Thanks To A Photo Of Herself In Her Underwear (6 pics)

“It’s not about whether you are big, small, lumpy, cuddly, boney, shaped like a dodecahedron, a woman, anywhere on the gender scale or anything else you can think of”, she wrote. “It’s about reclaiming the world that we live in and flooding it with real bodies, no, REAL PEOPLE.”


5 Brave Mother Goes Viral Thanks To A Photo Of Herself In Her Underwear (6 pics)

Mel Rymill believes that nobody should let anybody else dictate how they look or what body shape they should have – and to this cause, she took off her clothes. If this strong message has impressed you, then share it with all of your friends!


6 Brave Mother Goes Viral Thanks To A Photo Of Herself In Her Underwear (6 pics)


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№1 Author: Ben2017 (28 Dec 2015 18:21) Total user comments: 2040


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what?
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№2 Author: shade (28 Dec 2015 20:05) Total user comments: 1501


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These pictures inspire me to lose weight more than anything else, I must admit.
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№3 Author: eternalsunshine (28 Dec 2015 21:51) Total user comments: 31


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Why are people so concerned with what others think of them?

When I was a teenager (17) I had a sort of epiphany. I'm fat, I've always been fat and I'll probably die fat. All my life I've had people call me names and make fun of me for being fat. Also, at the time, I was dealing with bad gossip and false rumors going on about me in my neighborhood. I was an easy target because I was fat, quiet, only had one friend and dressed . . . unconventionally. I was always angry and it showed in how I treated others.

One day I was walking by myself and I encountered two girls who were the daughters of the two worst rumor mongers on my street. One started oinking and the other giggled. As I was about to turn around and start insulting them back I had a moment of clarity: these young girls (8 or 9) were growing up in an environment of hate and prejudice. It just hit me so clear and hard how those girls would live their lives under extreme preassure from everyone around them. They would live forever trying to conform to society's standards, from looks to behavior. In society's eyes they would never good enough. No matter what they did or how they looked there would always be someone there to put them down. Their mothers had already taught them to make fun of people who were different than them. It would only take a few years to turn that "light bullying" into hate. How could they ever be happy?

That day I went home and locked myself in my room and thought really hard. I was young, smart and had a good family and an amazing friend. Why should I let mindless hate affect me? Why should I let rumors and gossip stop me from being happy.

From that day on I worked really hard to throw off all of society's preassures, expectations and labels. I became me. It took some years, but I have achieved a happiness I never thought I would feel. I have an amazing husband and a great life. I do what I want, I dress as I like and I eat what I want. I love myself and my life. I'm friendly to people and treat them with respect even when I'm disrespected or insulted. Though that happens much less these days. A side effect of being happy with myself is that it shows and it seems like most people don't care to put down someone who is happy and content and confident.
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№4 Author: Phynix4 (29 Dec 2015 00:18) Total user comments: 5461


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dont care about what others 'think' of you...care more for what you think of you...
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