The aspiring radio host also reminded women to love themselves for what’s on the inside. She added:
“For the women who look like me, your saggy boobs matter and from now until you die, what’s going to matter ultimately, is your character. People behave either out of love or fear. Sometimes people are scared of what they haven’t been taught to accept. Still exist loudly though. #SAGGYBOOBSMATTER.”
The movement seems to have struck a chord within the body-positivity community and is picking up steam on social media, especially on Twitter and Instagram. She stated:
"As much as there's progress, we still have a long way to go when it comes to the way we speak about women's bodies. The body positivity movement can often be harder for slim women to participate in, because we have body hangups, too."