We are living in a world where we are witnessing the worse side of the internet. It has opened a convenient platform for trolls who would sit and judge, usually very harshly and in abusive terms. There are way too many misconceptions that float around female body and it is high time that women stopped being ashamed of their bodies.
TV actress Rythasha Rathore recently shared an image where her breasts take the focus. In the dim monochrome, one also detects stretch marks which run like silver threads on her arms. Accompanying the beautiful image is a powerful message about small ways in which acceptance and body positivism can be brought around.
Shamed for puting on a bikini, Ahana Kumar responded with a question, Does the world shape us or do we shape the world.
She was also shamed for posting a pic in a bikini on Yoga Day. She was shamed for being too thin.
Whn Rochelle Rao was shamed for puting on weight, she shared powerful images of herself in monochrome, embracing her imperfections.
Alia Bhatt was shamed for putting on a bikini too, and was called childish.
Deepika was trolled viciously and was aksed to ‘eat a burger’. Deepika has had several occasions to shut the trolls and royally.