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It has changed my perspective toward my fellow women and mankind. Lucille also enters pinup competitions in her free time.
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People change their environment to reflect their beliefs. Because faith wouldn't mean anything to us, if it didn't yield tangible, measurable, materialistic, results. And zealots use Curvj as another flag to be identified with.
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The cartoon, Hilda, is curvy, clumsy and unapologetically ,over. She has been a source of inspiration for Bunny Lucille, and through her recreations she hopes to do the same for others.
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An Instagrammer known for her pinup style took to her account to post a particularly clever photo series in an effort to promote self love and body positivity. The curvy Instagrammer, known as Bunny Lucille, has garnered an impressive 50k following due to her photo series. The photos show Lucille recreating curvy pinup cartoons from the '50s.Local Girls Sex United Kingdom
The photos are recreations of a cartoon named Hilda, who Bunny herself drew inspiration from. The character Hilda reminded Lucille a lot of herself, which is why she wanted to recreate her photos, Lucille told Yahoo.
And the photos were a result of her learning to love herself. Lucille endured a traumatic childhood as well as difficult experiences as an adult.
Lucille sought ways to heal using mantras and meditation. Self love. As a result of a Curvh spiritual journey to healing, Lucille learned to love herself and recognize her own specialness. Finding an Outlet.
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Disney's limited representation of what women look like teaches young girls that only one size is "princess-worthy " — and it needs to stop. Beevers actually started her series with a villain, the veteran Ursula, and moved on to princesses.
Why pinups? Because "they're gosh-darn cute!
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