I was hesitant to post this photo at first, because I was really ashamed of how I look in the second photo. Looking at the second photo made me upset so much, because of how my stomach looks at that angle. It's a beautiful photo but I was too scared to upload it, thinking people would judge my body and ridicule me for all the same things that I already thought myself. After comparing it to the other one, I realised that the problem isn't with my body, it's partially because of the angle. I can't be expected to look at my best at all times, and I really want to stress to everyone that just because you have one unflattering photo of your body, doesn't mean anything. I look perfectly fine and healthy in the other photo, and you wouldn't think anything of my body if I only uploaded the first one. I love my body, I know there's room for improvement, but I honestly shouldn't be ashamed of myself because of this, that's just silly to think.
My point is, we don't always look perfect, but we ARE perfect no matter what. Spread body positivity and love, don't tear eachother down and condition others to think that angles make people look different and "wrong." I don't look wrong here, my back is arched and I'm shot at an upwards angle, instantly shifting the perspective. I want everyone to really think long and hard about perspectives, and how everything is subjective through different eyes. Including your own. You may see yourself as one way, when others don't. There's no reason to be ashamed and embarrassed, it's normal and human. 📷: Ampersandy (he does amazing work and I love him for it ❤️)