The controversial video has gone viral. Is that what you do? She explains in the video that her daughter was dressed provocatively on Facebook and claiming she was 19 years old. Starks berates her daughter as the teen cries and struggles to speak.
1. Let's start with Jenelle Evans
Kailyn Lowry 's nude pregnancy photo didn't last long — the "Teen Mom 2" star's post was approximately one hour old before being swiftly deleted following immense backlash. Kailyn's photo was her first nude pregnancy one as she expects baby number 4. The star had opted for a country feel embracing Iceland's barn culture — as you'll see, the snap showed Kailyn posing in nothing but a pair of boots as she stood by a horse. Shortly after deleting the nude shot showing a bump-cradling, Kailyn replaced the image with a far less racy one. She posted an outdoor photo of herself with a friend — both ladies were seen in front of a stunning waterfall cascading over rock faces, with Kailyn looking bundled-up in a black rain jacket, hat, and white scarf. Fans had clearly spotted the now-deleted pic, though. It was all the comments section could talk about, with a popular comment reading:. Many fans queried why Kailyn had chosen to remove her post.
Deletes, Posts A Clothed Shot, Fans Haven't Forgotten The Old One
Is body positivity and shining the spotlight on scars, stretch marks, cellulite and excess skin part of a new feminine resistance? By Olivia Stren May 8, W hen I was growing up, my mom often told me that after I was born, she swiftly returned to her pre-baby silhouette. So quickly did she look like her old self—petite, gamine—that a neighbour, seeing my mom wearing a sundress and pushing a pram with a baby in it, joked that I must have been adopted. Surely, this was meant as a high compliment. Meanwhile, more and more women are posting unedited photos of their postpartum bodies, casting themselves if unintentionally as foremothers of the movement. Instagram—where the only thing standing between us and perfection is a hard-working Gingham filter—has historically been no place for reality, so posting images of a stretch-marked midsection serves almost as an act of feminine resistance. I did it to protect my mental health. Over the phone from her home in Guelph, Ont.