Curvy Women Rise Against The Ridiculous Movement of 'Thigh Gaps'

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The body-positive trend rocks Instagram, while destroying the notion "the thinner, the better." πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Š

Curvy women celebrate their fuller figures and hitting back at the 'thigh-gap' with the hashtagΒ #mermaidthighs

Here is more about this meaningful movement, which supports positive self-image and goes against the ridiculous beauty standards forced on us by the society!Β 

Way to go, girls!

Let's start with the thigh gap trend, which came and became popular out of nowhere once upon a time.

Nobody has managed to understand how this gap between women's thighs that looks unhealthy became a trend.

Fortunately, this unfortunate trend gradually died.

And nobody can tell anybody what to do.

However, curvy women have already started rocking social media with a new trend!

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With their mermaid thighs, against thigh gaps!

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There is a great number of women who share their 'gapless' thighs on social media with the hashtag #mermaidthighs.

And what is even cooler is that they are doing so, ironically, with mermaid-like tights and bikinis.

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The reason behind the mermaid thighs trend is nothing else other than the ridiculous popular opinion, "The thinner, the better."

That is pure bullsh*t. πŸ‘‡

In short, beautiful women are well aware that they don't need a gap between their thighs. 😎πŸ’ͺ

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Another hashtag that reminds us of the fact that beauty comes in different shapes and sizes is #bodypositive.

Another hashtag that reminds us of the fact that beauty comes in different shapes and sizes is #bodypositive.
Another hashtag that reminds us of the fact that beauty comes in different shapes and sizes is #bodypositive.

Everybody who doesn't have any negative opinions about their bodies is a part of this trend.

Everybody who doesn't have any negative opinions about their bodies is a part of this trend.
Everybody who doesn't have any negative opinions about their bodies is a part of this trend.
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And by the way, who wouldn't want to be a mermaid?

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