This blogger is celebrating saggy boobs and we're ALL here for it
Listen, we'd just love to have perky boobs that stay in the same place all day long, but that's just not real life.
Boobs come in all shapes and sizes, and every single one of them need to be celebrated.
This blogger is doing so after seeing a recent surge of perky-pushed-up boobs on Instagram, and believes that we should all embrace our boobs - even if they are saggy.
Chidera Eggerue, otherwise known as The Slumflower, has started a #SaggyBoobsMatter campaign. She said that she used to be embarrassed by her chest, until she turned 19 and decided to not give af anymore.
She told Insider: “A lack of representation of saggy-looking boobs when I used to go bra shopping in Marks & Spencer made me realise that something is wrong with the way the world views women’s bodies.
“The packaging would always have a picture of a white woman with perky boobs, yet when I’d try on the same bra in my correct size, my boobs just wouldn’t look like the model pictured.”
“It’s been the most exciting to receive messages from breastfeeding mothers expressing and celebrating how happy they feel to have found this hashtag because they’ve felt so much shame in their bodies even though they’re taking part in the beautifully natural process of feeding their newborn babies,” she said.
“My biggest goal is to simply normalise nature. Not all natural boobs are saggy. Not all older women have saggy boobs. Boobs are just boobs."
BOOBS ARE JUST BOOBS.