That's why people like the internet because you don't have to -- yeah. But his wife, , said she appreciated her husband's words. There is a guy out there who is going to celebrate you for exactly who you are, someone who will love you like I love my Sarah. I feel bad for the guy too. I guess no one -- that's also -- George, is this a fair poll? For example, popular Twitter user OhNoSheTwitnt compared the praise the man was getting to the praise gets when he delivers a speech without insulting anyone shown below, left. His intentions were so good and it's important for men to talk Mr.
Why is this news anyway. Tripp, it's time to rethink what society has told you about female sexuality and autonomy. The post quickly picked up steam, garnering over 23,000 likes and from. That falls flat and I think this reminded me of when dads were congratulated for baby-sitting their own kids. There is a guy out there who is going to celebrate you for exactly who you are, someone who will love you like I love my Sarah. You suspect your spouse of being unfaithful? Love, your husband— Jessie Thompson jessiecath How has Tripp responded to all this? Its part of a husband's job description to love his wife. These nasty symptoms of free-flowing hatred and negativity are ones that can so easily taint your own mind.
A real woman is not a porn star or a bikini model. Social media is abuzz today about Robbie Tripp, a man who posted about loving his wife's curves on Instagram and suddenly attracted a bizarre amount of attention for doing so. Also saying girls don't ever fool yourself by thinking you have to fit a certain mold to be loved and appreciated. Models with a specific hip-to-waist-to-bust ratio are who you're referring to, and this does not mean our society is suddenly, universally respectful toward fat people. I do not, however, love when men all but congratulate themselves for their preferences in women. Let's do a little informal thick here with this audience. At the end of the day, people like Robbie Tripp are generally innocuous, but he nevertheless perpetuates the overarching attitude that it is somehow abnormal or unacceptable to be attracted to a fat person.
He did not pen a love letter, he put it on and that changes things. It's why it's called social media. It's neither revolutionary nor saintly to find fat women attractive, folks, and pretending otherwise is doing way more harm than good. He did not pen a love letter but put it on Instagram. I don't see girls like me in advertisements and I'm not offended that Robbie labels me as curvy. If I were to write an Instagram caption about all the ships I love about my wife, it would be a novel.
Revolt against this faction's pathetic pornography and shatter their closed doors into splinters, exposing their pastime of staying on porches of criticism and enjoying lounge chairs of scorn. As a teenager, I was often teased by my friends for my attraction to girls on the thicker side, ones who were shorter and curvier, girls that the average basic bro might refer to as 'chubby' or even 'fat. The internet has big feelings. The fact that they love women of all sizes. The man says he loves his wife's curvy body.
He's not asking for the attention. Origin On July 30th, 2017, author Robert Tripp posted to Instagram about his wife, Sarah Tripp, a body-positive fashion blogger and owner of Sassy Red Lipstick shown below. There is nothing sexier than this woman right here, thick thigh, big booty, cute little side roll, et cetera. Comments like love, love, love. It's no secret that plus-size women and femmes, particularly those who do not conform to plus-size model proportions and sizes which can start , often experience bullying, , and harassment both online and off.
He celebrates all aspects of me being a woman. You, the readers of babe dot net deserve to know that in our opinion, the Curvy Wife Guy's book sucks an entire ass. HuffPost wrote an article titled, its message. I wanted to celebrate a woman in my life that represents all the curvy women who have those thick thighs and that big booty. It would be a 700 page book.
And now how many viewed what he said in a negative sense? It would be a 700-page book. We all bring our feelings to what we post and if you're a woman who doesn't feel good about her body which I'm sure it's every woman everywhere you'll read that and say maybe it was a nice thing to say but not maybe not entirely. This is the same thing. Robbie Tripp, 26, of San Francisco, California, posted a photo with his wife, Sarah Tripp, standing on a beach. He's not asking it -- it is getting -- I know we differ there why did he put it on Instagram or put it online but don't we have to look at ourselves and look through our lens. The post went viral, twice, over the course of a single week, going from body-positive inspiration fodder to a mocking meme. Buzzfeed writer Julia Reinstein posted a parody with the headline, gaining 6 retweets and 43 likes in the same amount of time shown below, right.