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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BODYPOSIPANDA
77.5% of bodyposipanda's followers are female and 22.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.80%. The average number of likes per post is 39102 and the average number of comments is 252.
21.15% of the followers that engaged with bodyposipanda regularly are from United States, followed by Canada at 7.69% and Germany at 5.77%. In summary, the top 5 countries of bodyposipanda's posts engager are coming from United States, Canada, Germany, Italy, Greece.
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Check bodyposipanda's audience demography. This analytics report shows bodyposipanda's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BODYPOSIPANDA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF BODYPOSIPANDA
- Fitness & Yoga 48.45 %
- Beauty & Fashion 48.04 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 47.70 %
- Art & Design 47.15 %
- Children & Family 46.27 %
- Business & Careers 41.25 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 38.52 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 38.48 %
- Travel & Tourism 37.16 %
- Music 36.81 %
- Books and Literature 36.01 %
- Entertainment 34.79 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF BODYPOSIPANDA
- United States 21.15 %
- Canada 7.69 %
- Germany 5.77 %
- Italy 5.77 %
- Greece 3.85 %
I know it's kind of ironic to be sharing this on a platform that runs on likes, but maybe that's exactly the place to be sharing it. Over my life I have lost myself again & again trying to be liked by every single person I interact with - in friendships, in dating, in work, and in recent years, on the internet. I've spent hours in therapy talking about how not being liked feels like it destroys me from the inside out. Like I can't survive it. But the more I strive to be likeable, the less I recognise myself. I'm at a place now where I don't want to play the likeability game anymore. I don't want to be scared of saying what I believe in (even if it's different to the rest of the room). I don't want to churn out content that performs well on here but feels empty to make. I don't want to be ashamed of speaking up professionally or knowing my worth. I don't want to make my creativity smaller in case someone else doesn't get it. I don't want to look back in 10 years and realise I left myself behind in order to please everyone else. I'm more scared of losing myself than I am of not being liked. And it feels fucking good to be here. Which one are you more scared of? 💜 • [Image description: a tweet that reads "It took 20 years but I'm no longer scared of not being liked. I'm scared of spending my life showing up as someone who isn't really me because I was more invested in being liked than being myself.]
Aiming for soft but un-fuck-with-able 🌿💜 • [Image description: Megan is sat on a chair surrounded by Joeley's children (plants) wearing blue and pink lace lingerie. Her hair is short and ombre purple, her pose is laid back and her expression reads "try me bitch"]
AD| Today is International Day of the Girl 💃🏽 and in celebration of the power in girlhood @dove invited me to share one piece of advice I'd give to my younger self, in partnership with the #DoveSelfEsteemProject, the biggest global provider of self-esteem education for young people. Apparently I struggle to just say one thing because when I started writing, this came out instead: Girl. Don't open your mouth when they come in with treacle to coat your words sickly and smooth. Don't fold on yourself when they hold up the page tell you to origami your way through. Don't unlock the door when they knock with not enough looking to carve a space for it in you. Don't forget your own gaze when they're dazed by your light see the prisms for yourself too. Girl. Let your voice be loud and coarse. Let your skin stay whole and yours. Let them leave while you remain sure. Let them know you've been a kaleidoscope since the day you were born. I hope you're able to celebrate your younger self today and always ✨ and if you're looking for advice to help the girl or young person in your life build self-esteem and show up confidently in the world, the Dove Self-esteem Project has tonnes of free resources that have reached over 60 million young people worldwide so far. Swipe up in my stories or go to dove.com to find out more! 💜 #InternationalDayOfTheGirl #DovePartner • [Image description: a series of photos of a young Megan with the year and her age scribbled next to them. She's smiling, reading, and holding Topsy]
I wrote this about my mental health a couple of months ago, on a day when my brain was allowing me to feel the sun 🌞 I've been building my tightrope for a long time, it's made out of threads that include: 3 years of regular therapy (a huge financial privilege that should be accessible to everyone), a beautiful support network of humans (and dogs), and the experience of living through the things my often-anxious, sometimes-depressed brain said would destory me, and surviving. The tightrope isn't always there, and some days I still can't look up, but I'll keep trying to reinforce those threads, and I hope you can do the same. 💜 #WorldMentalHealthDay #PoetsOfInstagram [Image description: a poem written by Megan that reads: "I rehearse the ending of most scenes once a minute, give or take. It's been this way since my brain cobblestoned that practice might keep us safe. Some years I've barely noticed the story my skin stitched to the last page. But she said the curtain might not hurt if I see it falling from backstage. In recent years I've built a tightrope to tiptoe above cobblestone height. Up here I balance the certain fall with the un-owed view of being alive. I practice seeing, feeling, breathing deep knowing the air supply is sealed tight. I fall in love with light each morning and half-smile as she leaves each night." Around the poem are real sunflower petals and cut-out petals from a photo of a sunset that Megan took because sunsets are one of her favourite views of being alive.]
*insert caption about wishing I was somewhere warm wearing a bikini with a lunch buffet waiting for me to ravage* 🌞💜 • [Image description: Megan is standing on a white sandy beach in Cape Verde with bright turquoise water and blue sky behind her. She's wearing a lilac velvet bikini and smiling at the camera while the wind blows her hair around (which was pale pink at the time).]
Content warning: fatphobia, eating disorders 🍴You know what gets some people on the internet really worked up? Pancakes. More specifically, pancakes being eaten by someone who isn't thin. Throw in some whipped cream and the concern trolling really just jumps out. I've said this before, but here we go: I am not here to tell people what to eat. I am not a nutritionist. That is not my lane. But as someone who spent their teenage years being terrified of food and nearly losing against anorexia, I will proudly be someone who sometimes posts their pancakes and refuses to be ashamed of their appetite. Because 10 years ago I really could have used more examples of people eating intuitively, moving their bodies for joy rather than punishment, and accepting whatever body changes came as a result of that. I don't get anywhere near as much unsolicited health advice or backlash as people whose bodies are bigger than mine get when they post literally ANYTHING. This is not a new or unique experience, fat activists have been talking about this for years. But here's one more reminder in case you missed it: other people's bodies, health and food choices are never your business unless that person has asked for your opinion. Mind your own plate and move along, I'll keep minding mine and making choices that are so much healthier than mentally torturing myself within diet culture ever was. Oh and the pancakes were great, thanks for asking. 💜 • [Image description 1: colourful letter beads in a purple bowl spelling out the words "stop telling strangers on the internet what to do with their bodies", with a couple of blueberries and some whipped cream surrounding them. 2: a screenshot of a direct message that says "stop eating so much sugar fgs! You're getting diabetes" and a response that reads "Hi stranger on the internet, respectfully, please don't do this. What I eat is none of your business, neither is my health. You don't know anything about me, so you're definitely not qualified to give me nutrition advice (also, I didn't ask for any). Have a good day!]
Earlier this week I said goodbye to one of my oldest and best friends. I got 16 years of play fights, real fights, long walks, short hugs (she would never admit that she liked them), 5pm where's-my-food barking, 5:30pm where's-my-toy waiting, wrestling, licked wounds, growled conversations, too-early wake up calls and lots of lessons in how to be completely ferocious and completely warm at the same time. We grew up together, helped raise each other, and I think she stayed just long enough to teach me everything she could have. Thanks for being the reason I like dogs more than humans Topsy, I couldn't have asked for a better friend. 💜 I've turned the comments off because honestly she wouldn't like the fuss, but do me a favour and go give your furry family members an extra long hug if you can. 💜 • [Image description: a selection of photos of Megan and her dog Topsy throughout the years (with a special guest appearance from Megan's dad in one photo). Individual descriptions in alt text.]
AD| We celebrate small (and big!) planet friendly changes in this house 🌍 making more eco-conscious choices has been a gradual process for me, so when @dove updated me on their latest planet friendly initiative, I figured I would share a few of my baby eco-steps, along with their big plans. Here's a few of the changes I've been working on: Saying goodbye to fast fashion and hello to second-hand, vintage & sustainable style. 👗 Swapping single use & plastic based period products for period pants and organic pads & tampons instead. 🩸 Trading in regular cotton pads for reusable bamboo pads, plastic straws for silicone straws, single use face masks for rewearable (and super cute) ones. 😷🌸 Never going anywhere without a refillable cup and a tote bag hiding somewhere in my backpack. 🥤 And as for @dove? They've introduced 100% recycled plastic bottles across all their ranges (they've also committed to removing plastic packaging completely where possible, like on their Beauty Bars, and trialling new ways to reduce plastic use in others, like in their deodorants). Their initiative will save 20,500 tonnes of virgin plastic per year (that's enough to circle the Earth 2.7 times!). So that feels like a pretty big planet friendly change worth celebrating. 🥳 If you wanna know more you can check out Dove.com for the details 💜 #CareThatGoesFurther #DovePartner #PlasticWasteFight • [Image description: Megan is lying on her white tiled bathroom floor surrounded by various eco-friendly products including: a rewearable face mask, a reusable coffee cup, period underwear, bamboo cotton pads, tote bags, silicone straws and a Dove body wash bottle made from 100% recycled plastic. She's wearing a vintage pink and green paisley shirt, bright green eyeshadow and freshly dyed deep purple hair. She's smiling because her dad is balancing on the edge of her bathtub in a quite compact bathroom to get this shot]
Words by @elainewelteroth : "Breonna liked to write down her goals on sticky notes that she posted on the walls of her home. This was going to be HER year. Breonna had plans to buy a home, to get engaged, to have a baby, to get matching motorcycles with her mom. She had just bought herself a new car, a 2019 Dodge Charger (her mom says it was her baby). Breonna was an essential worker— she worked to sustain lives. She was an EMT and she worked in the ER. Her dream was to become a nurse. Breonna was an old soul (like me); she loved to sing the Blues with her grandma. Her mom called her the glue of their family: “She don’t care what is happening, she is going to make sure we get together and have a game night or have a cookout or have something.” Breonna is not a meme, or a headline, or a hashtag...she was someone’s daughter, grand-baby, friend, and future fiancée. Her humanity is our humanity. Her justice is our justice. That’s why today’s rulings feel like a gut punch. And the collective trauma fatigue is only heightening by the day. To equate her murder with a petty crime exacerbates why #BlackLivesMatter is our rallying cry and why it will continue until the pain stops. Action items to come soon. But today, I choose to celebrate Breonna—no matter what despair may say. I choose to lift up her humanity. To show her face and tell her story. Because even if it was hard to believe in better, with history as our teacher—she deserved so much better than this. #SayHerName #BreonnaTaylor" - by @elainewelteroth. [Image descriptions available in Alt text]
📸: @alex_cameron 🌸 Can we talk couple goals for a minute? I really enjoy sharing little bits of my relationship here, and I love how supportive you all are of us. But as warm and fuzzy as it feels to know that people are rooting for you, I think the way we view couples online can easily slip into another impossible standard that does not reflect real life. We are not perfect together. We make mistakes, we have misunderstandings, we put too much energy into other things over each other, we get tired, and unsure, and question what we're doing. But we choose to stay and actively work through those parts because 1. They currently do not form the majority of the relationship and 2. They currently are outweighed by the softness on the other side. It's difficult not to fall into the trap of only posting the good stuff, mainly because it'd be pretty awkward to pause mid-argument to take a selfie for Instagram, and also everyone's entitled to privacy. But that doesn't mean the messy stuff isn't happening. It's happening for every single couple, and every single individual on here, regardless of what they choose to post. I'm here for the support, but I don't want to create an illusion of something that doesn't exist. We are not perfect together, but at the moment, we are mainly happy together. We also happen to take super cute pictures, which I will keep sharing as long as the softness outweighs the rest. If that counts as couple goals then okay. 💜 [Image description: 1. A photo by @alex_cameron of Megan and Kenny posing in front of a grey backdrop. She's sitting on a stool wearing pink lingerie with an open robe, he's standing behind her in an open white shirt. It looks kind of like a Calvin Klein ad but with a mixed race trans guy and a mixed race chubby girl. Their expressions are serious. 2. A selfie of Megan and Kenny taken from a low angle with blue sky in the background. Kenny has an eyeliner drawing on his face courtesy of Megan. Their expressions are a little goofy but smiling.] #CoupleGoals
Can you think of a dreamier team than me, @stephanieyeboah and @littlemix?! ✨😭 Super excited to share that Steph and I will be hosting this new weekly podcast for @bbcsounds, talking all about Little Mix: The Search (which airs on BBC1 this Saturday 26th!). We'll be chatting with the women of Little Mix (hi @perrieedwards @leighannepinnock @jesynelson @jadethirlwall 🙋🏽♀️), hearing behind-the-scenes feels from the contestants, and recapping our stand-out moments from the show. Our first episode comes out this Sunday at 8pm and we'd love for you to join us. And yes, Gemma is very excited. 💜 [Image description: Megan and Steph are posing against a pink and orange background. Steph is smiling widely and Megan is glancing cheekily to the side with her arms crossed and one hand to her face. The words "BBC Little Mix The Search Podcast" are written over the image]
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