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Mar

5 Body Positive Women To Follow On Instagram

In honour of International Woman’s day, here at Opportunity Access we want to give a massive shout out to women the world over and tell you that you are all beautiful. Sometimes as women we can be so hard on ourselves, believing that we have to adhere to Westernised norms of what is considered beautiful. What is considered beautiful is you! Thankfully there are so many beautiful women out there currently challenging these norms. These are our 5 body positive women to follow on Instagram.

1. @Harnaamkaur

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Harnaam Kaur, has a hormone condition polycystic ovary syndrome, which causes her to grow excess facial hair.  After years of being bullied and trying to wax her facial hair to fit in, Harnaam now fearlessly embraces her facial hair.

Follow her here

2. @mynameisjessamyn

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Jess Anne Stanley is a yoga teacher who shows the world that body weight is just a state of mind.  She encourages people to ‘celebrate small victories’ and has a clear message of loving the skin you are in no what your body type.

Follow her here

3. @Bodyposipanda

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Megan Jayne Crabbe is a recovered anorexic, she now describes herself as a ‘fan of belly roll love’ and is on a mission to expose diet industry lies and is actively taking a stand against a world that profits from teaching people to hate themselves.

Follow her here

4. @WinnieHarlow

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Chantelle Brown Young also knows as Winnie Harlow is a Canadian Model who has being featured in campaigns such as Diesel. She has a rare skin condition Vitiligo which causes white patches to form on the skin. Winnie has learned to love the skin she is in, by loving her white patches.

Follow her here

5. @theashleygraham

 

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Ashley Graham is a plus size lingerie model who has recently became the first plus size model to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine.

Follow her here

From the beautiful ladies we have listed we must understand that beauty is not defined by anybody’s idea of perfection, but by being confident and comfortable in your own skin.

Source: Opportunity Access Blog