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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF NONAIRBRUSHEDME
70.6% of nonairbrushedme's followers are female and 29.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.30%. The average number of likes per post is 2809 and the average number of comments is 36.
Nonairbrushedme loves posting about Modeling, Plus Size, Fashion.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR NONAIRBRUSHEDME
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF NONAIRBRUSHEDME
- Beauty & Fashion 56.29 %
- Fitness & Yoga 46.00 %
- Children & Family 44.60 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.69 %
- Art & Design 43.27 %
- Business & Careers 40.32 %
- Books and Literature 37.42 %
- Entertainment 36.76 %
- Music 35.90 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 35.40 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 35.25 %
- Travel & Tourism 35.07 %
Via @isabelladavis6 Not a flawed body. Just a body. Skin doesn’t need smoothing. Skin is suppose to be textured. Lumps and bumps don’t need removing. They make me unique. Stop hating your body and obsessing over every little bump, roll, lump, fat, mark and scar. All the things you hate about yourself are things we all have! Your body is perfect! Your body doesn’t need changing, society does!
Tag a babe and bring a smile to their gorgeous face ❤️💪
Via @thebirdspapaya ☕️🤯
Via @zoechinloy Whenever negative things are brewing in my mind this is one of the quotes that helps me ward them off. Why is it that we are so nice to the people around us but so mean to ourselves?? We would never call our friends fat, ugly, or unattractive but we are so quick to tear ourselves down. We hype our friends up because that’s what good friends do! So I’m challenging you to be good to your self. Next time you’re walking past a mirror hype yourself up! “I see those hips sis!” , “Ok thickness” , “Damn, you look great!!” , “Yassss stretchmarks I see you glistening!!” Join my #𝐁𝐞𝐘𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐎𝐰𝐧𝐅𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐧𝐝𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐞 and be kind to yourself ❤️ 𝗪𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝟑 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐧𝐠𝐬 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐥𝐢𝐤𝐞 𝐚𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐬𝐞𝐥𝐟?
Via @alexlight_ldn ・・・ ⛔️Weight loss ads through the decades - part 1 ⛔️ Take a look at these - diet culture goes back a longggg way, guys. We are so deep in diet culture - we’re talking centuries deep! Because diet culture? It makes money. SO much money. It’s a multi-billion dollar industry. Every year, Americans alone spend 33 billion dollars on weight loss products... And look at some of the crap that’s been sold to us - tape worms, cigarettes, amphetamine, pills, rubber medicated garments, sauna hot pants (lol what), injections... you name it, someone has tried to sell it! We literally hand out our hard-earned money to these companies that tell us we need to be thin and then sell us something that promises to help us achieve it. But it doesn’t, and this keeps us on a lifelong quest to lose weight - yet all we actually lose is money, time and energy. And all of these companies here? All owned by men. All of them! Diet culture is a tool of the patriarchy that keeps us firmly fixated on shrinking ourselves. I feel so passionately about diet culture because I can so clearly see what it is - a scam. One big scam that tricks so many of us wonderful women (and men), because we don’t know any different. It makes me angry, fired up and wanting to do something. But I can’t do it by myself! So I ask you to help - and that’s by rejecting diet culture in your own life. I know that might not be possible for you right now (and I absolutely think NO less of you for that, I totally understand), but it might be worth at least considering the possibility. Let’s get rid of this crap once and for all.
Via @jess_megan_ Let them talk ✌🏻@ditchthelabel No wonder people have fucking eating disorders.
Via @kenziebrenna an open letter to those, ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ before you write your mean comment, i wanted to ask, how is your day going? how are you feeling? what current trauma are you carrying? that must be tough, do you want space to talk about it? i can carry you. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ i know my body probably looks different than yours and that you feel some sense of obligation to let me know how i’m screwed up, but why do you feel this way? what have i said or done to make you think this? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ i know this is tricky stuff, so confusing right? do you also feel impassioned to write on thin women’s accounts scolding them for how they cope with the world in unhealthy ways? or do you idolize them the way i used to? yeah, we’re not that much different now are we? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ okay, so you still want to write your mean comment. you’re free to do so, my skin is thick, my heart is strong, my blood is bold. we can take your verbal daggers, we can take your swords because my castle walls are high and tough. but the draw bridge will always open for you my friend because this heart will never close on you. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ you always have a home here if you choose to come back to it. because we are family and i will never shut you out the way you were taught to do to me. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ here anytime you need, ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ k xx
Via @alexlight_ldn ・・・ Honestly? I thought long and hard about posting this. Because I know it’s going to invite an influx of people who will feel compelled to tell me I AM overweight now, that I do need to lose weight and they will most likely troll my other pics telling me that in different words - usually along the lines of ‘gross’ or, simply, ‘🤮’. And, while I am well aware that I am very much in a position of privilege when it comes to my body, I am still, after all, a person that has a rich history of eating disorders and problems with body image issues who still gets triggered. But I know that it will do more good - for the thousands of people who are constantly affected by what a pretty arbitrary measure tells them they should think about their body - than harm, and that’s what matters. And yes, this is a slightly self-indulgent caption but that’s where I’m at and I’m nothing but honest with you guys, you know that. So, I think this picture kind of says it all, but let me reiterate: BMI is BS. Really. The only time I’ve been in the ‘healthy’ range was when I was starving myself, living off boiled sweets for weeks on end. Yet I was considered ‘healthy’. How messed up is that?! And now, I’m in a place where I genuinely feel like my relationship with food is healed. I have worked damn hard to get to this place and I am able to function and go about my daily life without an overwhelming obsession with food. I still very much enjoy it, and I have a personal goal of making sure I get at least seven portions of veg a day, but it no longer dominates my life. And I exercise regularly. Yet I am considered ‘overweight’ and therefore ‘unhealthy’. It doesn’t make sense. And I don’t let it make me feel bad about myself, because I know full well that it’s far from an accurate measure of health. And I need you to know that too - stop letting it dictate how you feel about your body and about yourself or define your worth. Thin does not equal healthy and BMI is BS. ❤️
Via @isabelladavis6 We watch our drinks just incase someone’s lurking. You carelessly throw yours around. We always walk in pairs, especially at night. You don’t think twice about walking alone. You’ve been taught to tie your shoes. We’ve been taught to carry our keys between our knuckles. We’ve been conditioned to be kind and smile even when we are uncomfortable. You’ve been taught this is called “Playing hard to get”. Your nipples aren’t censored. You aren’t slut-shamed. We’ve have had our bodies sexualised since we hit puberty. We have been told to be conscious about what we choose to wear out in public. You’ve never had your clothing choice policed. We still have to remind people that “No” means “No”. You don’t seem to understand that. We receive unwanted sexual messages daily. You don’t think that’s apart of rape culture. We are constantly being asked when we are going to find a partner and get married. You never get asked these questions. We are accused of lying when we talk about abuse. You get off with community service. We live In a society that still believes ‘Boys will be Boys’. We deserve respect and human decency. We deserve to feel safe. We are allowed to wear what we like. We are entitled to equal rights! Boys will be held accountable for their actions and will rise above the patriarchy and be powerful, strong womxn!
Via @thebaglifeofbeck ・・・ Authentic - of undisputed origin and not a copy; genuine. We are all authentic, our own versions. I have no idea why I tried so hard to look like societies ideal perfect. It's impossible, we're all built differently and even if we ate the same food and exercised the same we'd still look different. I think my body acceptance happened AFTER my bag. It pushed me away from wanting that ideal body so badly because now that was completely impossible for me. I have an ileostomy and let's face it we didn't see them anywhere in media or public eye. So I decided to learn to love the body I have and will have forever. I'm still on that journey now but normalising different bodies and recognising that all bodies are good bodies the world is slowly waking up to the fact we are different. But in my eyes different is beautiful and authentic 💙
Via @silvanadenker ・・・ Sometimes all you need to do is give yourself a hug ❤️ #selflove #love #hug #bellyrolls #cellulite #scars #looseskin #diversity #nobodyshaming #nobullying #everybodyisagoodbody #lovetheskinyourein #silvanadenker #nobodyisperfect #nohate #spreadlove #confidence #bodyacceptance #acceptance #loveyourself
Via @sierranielsen Giving my mom’s eulogy was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do in my life.💔⠀ ⠀ But it also gave me the most beautiful, rare perspective about what truly matters and what is most precious in life. 🙏🏻 ⠀ And trust me when I say this...it has NOTHING to do with having a thigh gap or a six pack. ⠀ ⠀ We spend way too much time in this life stressing about things that simply just don’t matter. Things that truly won’t fulfill us or bring us happiness. We tear ourselves apart over things we think need to be fixed. Trivial things that don’t define us. ⠀ But for what? And why?! To escape outside judgment that actually has nothing to do with us? To fit the mold of how the outside world thinks we should look and act so we feel worthy? None of that really matters. ⠀ ⠀ Get a six pack if you want a six pack but remember we are made for so, so much more. ❤️ ⠀ There is no one I admire more than my mother. She left a legacy that extended far beyond us. A legacy that had nothing to do with the way she looked. ⠀ She is the most powerful example of the unsung heroes in the world. The definition of an Altruistic mother.✨❤️ ⠀ She taught us the meaning of unconditional love, gratitude, hope, hard work, courage, strength and resilience. That no matter how many hardships and tragedies we go through, to always choose to fight and to find meaning. ⠀ She inspired us all to live boldly and love passionately. ⠀ She truly left this world a better place than she found it. And taught us just how precious each & every moment we have here really is. That, my friends, is what truly matters. ❤️🙏🏻 ⠀ #YourSoulSexy #MissYouMom #SelfLove #feminist #womenirl #iweigh #selfworth #bodyimage #selfconfidence Swimsuit: @missguided 😍
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