New Moms Bare Their Bodies In Protest

New Moms Bare Their Bodies In Protest Linda Franklin The Real Cougar WomanA brave group of working mothers and bloggers have decided to tackle the growing pressure women feel to snap straight back into shape after giving birth.

Baring their own post-baby bodies, seven bloggers from CT Working Moms have embraced their stomachs, in an effort to liberate other women from the unattainable cultural beauty ideals plaguing today’s ‘bounce-back’ obsessed society.

In a photo shoot they have named the Goddess Gallery, the women hope to encourage new mothers to accept, and cherish, their changing bodies despite the ever-growing ‘body after baby’ celebrity worship, and the suffocating negativity that can come with it. 

Dena Fleno, a blogger for CT Working Moms, wrote: ‘A while back, someone mentioned they were scared to click on a link to “Beyonce’s Body After Baby.” I think we all know what these headlines bring.

‘All you have to do is do a simple Google search for “body after baby” and you see these celebrities with their impossible-to-attain-their-normal-size-never-mind-their-post-preggo-size photo spread in the latest gossip mag.’ 

She continued: ‘Those women probably worked really hard to take the baby weight off and more power to them, but we average non-Victoria’s Secret models do not have the luxury of Photoshop, airbrushing, personal trainers, private chefs, nannies or several pairs of Spanx. As the wise Katie Schunk stated, “I would be in mad shape if my paycheck depended on it!”‘

So the women decided to do a photo shoot of their own, in the hope of encouraging others to embrace and accept different body images outside of the fashion industry’s ‘ideal’.

Good work ladies – at last some reality. 

The Real Cougar Woman is a 5-carat diamond who knows the importance of taking care of her health, beauty, relationships, finances and spirituality. Linda Franklin says,”there is no stopping a woman who has a strong belief system, passion and a dream. All things are possible”. Linda’s book, Don’t Ever Call Me Ma’am helps women of all ages tap into their power and live life to the fullest.


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