Social media millionaire Jem Wolfie has slammed “fake s—t” on Instagram, proudly displaying off her “dimples” to her 2.7 million followers.
The Perth-based Instagram mannequin, who has made a fortune by displaying off her body on raunchy video stream community OnlyFans, has joined a wave of influencers selling body positivity.
Wolfie confirmed off her trademark curves a white swimming costume, displaying how she poses to make her bottom seem smoother.
“I’m so f—kin sick of seeing FAKE s—t,” she advised followers.
“This trend of lips so full of filler they look like swollen sausages, skin edited so smooth you don’t see pores or texture. This is why girls have been brainwashed to a certain standard of “beauty” as a substitute of accepting and loving themselves the best way they’re.”
“The pressure to look a certain way or to be “perfect” is so unhealthy on Instagram.”
Wolfie stated she hoped displaying the picture would encourage different ladies to simply accept their “flaws” and inspired her followers to share the post far and large.
“Ppl (sic) comply with me coz I’m actual, to the rolls to the dimples to the mark on my shirt to the zits scars on my face.
“I like motivating and inspiring folks to be wholesome but additionally to simply accept your “flaws”. I wish to remind you that is NORMAL and REAL and it’s okay if you happen to assume it’s disgusting however That’s all good with me I’ll proceed to ship this message so long as I’ve an viewers to take action,” she wrote.
Wolfie’s followers have heaped reward on her for the candid post.
“This actually helped me thank u so much U TELL THEM QUEEEN (sic),” wrote one.
“This is exactly what I needed today,” declared one other.
“I have so many beautiful female friends that have low self-esteem because they don’t look like what society portrays a beautiful woman to be and I hate it,” wrote a male follower.
The post follows the same message by Dubai-based Insta mannequin Danae Mercer who makes use of her web page to show how fashions change their images earlier than posting on-line.
Mercer stated Insta fashions have been now utilizing the identical tips as journal editors to look “fierce” for his or her followers.
“The same thing happens on SOCIAL MEDIA, just in a different form,” she wrote.