‘Curviest model ever’ posts ‘fearless’ swimsuit photo: ‘Cellulite is cool too’

More of this “body positivity” and “inclusivity” crap. Ugh.

And if you dare have a different opinion, be warned you WILL BE shamed for stating the truth about the side effects of obesity.

Cool cellulite on plus-size model Hunter McGrady

From Yahoo: Supermodel Hunter McGrady is making 2020 “fearless” with a swimsuit post that amplifies her curves — and her cellulite.

The 26-year-old beauty, once named Sports Illustrated’s ‘Curviest Model Ever,’ was true to form on Instagram Thursday, posing on the beach in a black one-piece swimsuit. “Cus cellulite is cool too bodies are meant to change with you, move a little different and look different,” she wrote. “We’re so predisposed as humans to want to go with the grain and change ourselves to fit inside a pristine box in order to be accepted. Real change happens outside of our comfort zones. So many of us let Fear hold us back from doing things we love or loving ourselves because we think we won’t measure up.”

Defining fear as “False Evidence Appearing Real,” the model added, “We get into our heads and allow fear to control us and tell us what we lack and what we aren’t. Let’s make sure to make this year a fearless one.”

McGrady has started 2020 with optimism and confidence. Anticipating her fourth appearance in the upcoming Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, shot in Bali, she recently posted a throwback outtake from last year’s Costa Rican shoot.

And in a November preview, McGrady posed in a black-and-gold bikini. “Can’t wait for you guys to see this issue,” she wrote on Instagram. “Keep on rocking that body of yours and remember You are ENOUGH as you are RIGHT. NOW.”

The model, who is still a newlywed — in June, she married Brian Keyes, whom she reportedly met on Snapchat after dating for less than two years — also graced the fall issue of The Knot. McGrady told Good Morning America that owning the cover as a plus-size woman was secondary to how her image was presented.

My whole platform is inclusivity and there’s nothing on [the cover] that’s like, ‘This is a plus-size model.’ It’s a model on the cover of a magazine,” McGrady told GMA in July. “My whole message is promoting that and getting that narrative out there that we should all feel seen and all feel beautiful regardless of our size.”

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She,Her,Mrs
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She,Her,Mrs

This disgusts me, she is young and fat and needs to lose about 80 pounds, she is not healthy, and this is not pretty, this is insanity promoting this as “fearless, brave, beautiful”

Dr. Eowyn
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Do words have meaning anymore?

The Left’s New Speak strikes again: “curvy/curviest” are now the PC-terms for “fat/fattest”. And in what universe is Hunter McGrady a “supermodel”?

Jackie Puppet
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Supermodel? Nope!

Super-sized model? Absolutely!

Lou Minati
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Lou Minati

Someone I know got fired recently for “fat-shaming”. Her crime? Warning an obese woman in a wooden chair that said wood was beginning to crack. Had she known that warning would lead to her dismissal, she now says she would have let the woman break the chair and fall on her ample derriere.

And no, fat is not sexy. Cellulite is not sexy. Being a BBW is not sexy. What obesity is, however, is one of the leading causes of heart attacks and death in the country. Just telling it like it is…

Lou Minati
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Lou Minati

I can’t let this discussion go without noting one of Jeff Foxworthy’s fashion tips for rednecks. “If your rear end looks like two full-grown raccoons rasslin’ in a 50-pound sack of feed corn… Say no to Spandex!”.

Now that’s funny right there, I don’t care who you are.

William
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William

“Real change happens outside of our comfort zones.” Yes it does, so she should step outside of hers and lose some weight. If you love and accept the way you are you’ll never change anything about yourself. How is staying the same “real change”? Maybe she doesn’t want to change. Fine, whatever, but don’t tell us she’s a supermodel. She’s not, she’s a slob. No one expects her to be “pristine”, just normal. More reality inversion from the left, ugly is beautiful, cellulite is cool. No, cellulite is not cool, not in any context. That’s just wrong

Captain America
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Captain America

That picture is upside down. Isn’t that a large ham hanging in a smokehouse.

YouKnowWho
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YouKnowWho

Don’t look at her from behind. Crack Kills.
Large Ham. LOLRAOTH

Alma
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Alma

Grease or Swiss cheese?

Grace
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Grace

She says “we should all feel seen”. What does that even mean? Vanity is a virtue? Wrong.

Jackie Puppet
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I’m just glad I didn’t buy any cottage cheese!

Alma
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Alma

Betcha her husband can make a pillow from her rump, hahahaaaaaa

CalGirl
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CalGirl

My husband & I often note and exclaim over the thin/fit bodies of those in the 1970’s-80’s (Just watch the movie, Grease, again or similar) compared to those of today. :(. HUGE differences! Body-types that are desired/acceptable change though the years, the same as fashion. I guess we are in a fat/cellulite mode….& for men, are we in the “dad bod mode?”

Amanda
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Amanda

Since people who are (morbidly) obese tend to have serious health issues as they age, I guess that we will all end up paying for her life choices. Is that what she meant by being “inclusive”?

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Fearless? Well, shameless, maybe…

Emily Summer
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Emily Summer

Bullshitsky!

The Clouds are Dark
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The Clouds are Dark

I see a lot of opinions on this comment thread, but at the end of the day, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder; it always has been and it always will be. If people are attracted to bigger women, that is their right. It is amazing to me that so many people are embolden to dictate the “standard” of what is physically attractive and condem what is not of their opinion. However; it is medically proven and not an opinion, that “excess weight is bad for health” and I agree that, that should not be promoted [promote early… Read more »

William
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William

There has been an organized and intensive effort, beginning in the 1930’s with the so-called Frankfurt School of Marxist critical theory, to insinuate into Western Christian culture, conceptions of beauty and truth that are in diametrical opposition to those which we have traditionally held – cultural Marxism. The stated intention of the FS was to “make Western civilization stink.” By all appearances they have succeeded swimmingly, especially in the domains of art and popular “culture”. Now we have “artists” who, for example, put their own excrement into cans and label it “artists sh*t” and this is exhibited in curated museums… Read more »

Dr. Eowyn
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“What the hell happend to judging people based upon the content of their character?”

But how are we know the content of Hunter McGrady’s character? By posing as a model, she is asking us to judge her on the basis of her appearance.

TrailDust
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I am all for being non-judgemental about people and avoiding shaming people who are out of shape. But this trend is hurtful. As a man, I can’t manufacture any sexual interest in a woman who looks like this. (…and don’t expect women to manufacture interest in how I look, either) The problem is the inability to speak plain truth in this insane generation. God help us.