Trolls Tell Woman She’s Too ‘Curvy’ For Her ‘6-Pack’ Husband, And Her Response Has Inspired Thousands

Trolls Tell Woman She’s Too ‘Curvy’ For Her ‘6-Pack’ Husband, And Her Response Has Inspired Thousands

If you’re an active social media user in this day and time, the worst hole to go down is the one where you always expect people to be nice to you. There are lots of terrible and deeply insecure people hiding behind their social media accounts, eagerly waiting every day to dump their negative energy on other people. No matter how happy, beautiful, confident or successful you are, there must be something terrible to be said to you. Of course, body-shaming is their favorite tactic. It’s become such a huge problem that so many people decide not to share their pictures anymore, to avoid being dragged online for being “too big”, “too slim”, or even color-shamed.

We see the worst of these trolls on Instagram and Twitter, and a lot of business owners can’t just shut out of these networks because they need the audience to push forward. However, you fight them with healthy doses of self-love and positive vibes. To these awful trolls, positivity from the people who are supposed to be depressed from their trolling is like salt to an earthworm. 

And that’s exactly what Jenny Kutcher, a beautiful Instagram blogger, and podcaster did to her trolls [1]. Jenna runs the Goal Digger Podcast, a Forbes-rated podcast channel aimed at sharing inspiring stories, strategies, and tips to help business owners get off the ground. With 949,000 followers on her verified personal account, the mom-of-one is nothing short of an Instagram celebrity.

More of her to love all of him

Someone sent Jenna a message, writing that they couldn’t believe ‘curvy’ Jenna is married to Drew Kutcher, a 6-pack-sporting fitness and health coach. How could big old Jenna have landed herself such a hottie? 

This is a major problem with the fashion and beauty industry today. They’ve constantly promoted a false idea of what beauty and hotness should look like, so much that people can’t see beyond this image again. Anyone who sees Jenna’s pictures and thinks she’s anything other than hot must have the same twisted idea of what ‘hot’ is. Beauty doesn’t have a body type. People feel that if you’re above a certain fairytale size, you can never be described as ‘hot’. 

Jenna decided to turn that trolling experience into an inspiring message for her followers.

“Someone once slid into my DMs and told me they couldn’t believe I had managed to land a guy as good looking as @kickingitwithkutch. I’ll be honest that I was taken aback,” Jenna wrote on Instagram.

Jenna and Drew have been together for 11 years, and she admits that she does feel insecure sometimes when she makes mental comparisons of his “hotness” to her “curviness”.

Part of my insecurity with my body has stemmed around being married to Mr. 6-Pack himself. Why should I, a curvy girl get him? I feel unworthy and when I write narratives in my head that because I am not thin, I don’t deserve him,” she continued.

However, true love has nothing to do with size. Drew is mesmerized by his incredible wife, a beautiful, successful and driven businesswoman inspiring millions of people around the world; a wonderful mom to their baby and his best-friend-forever, and he never stops showing her how much he loves every single inch of her.

“This man has embraced every curve, every dimple, pound, and pimple for the last ten years and has always reminded me that I’m beautiful even when my inner dialogue doesn’t match (and when I haven’t showered in days.). So yes, my thighs kiss, my arms are big, and my bum is bumpy but there is just more of me for him to love and I chose the man that could handle alllll that (and so much more!),” she wrote.

You are so much more than what you look like on the outside

Imagine how weird the world would be if we all had one body type. Jenna’s blunt honesty and inspiring words have helped so many people dealing with insecurities about their bodies. No one deserves to feel as though they are not good enough for someone they love. However, the first step to conquering this is learning to love yourself unconditionally. Although Jenna admitted that she may still have moments where she feels ‘unworthy’ of her husband, she’s thriving happily because, for the most part, she loves her body and never misses a chance to show it off. 

What people should look out for in a person is character. How kind are they? How deeply do they love? How much do they inspire? How driven and motivated are they? The one thing you should never judge a person on is “how slim or ripped they are”.

I am so much more than my body, so is he, and so are you,” Jenna concluded.

Her husband had a few words for the jealous trolls himself. 

“Isn’t marriage supposed to be about love, acceptance and cherishing one another no matter what?” Drew wrote on his own Instagram page. “The way we look has nothing to do with the way we love and viral or not, we’re just thankful to have each other and inspire others. At the end of the day, worthiness can’t come from other people’s opinions of you, it has to come from within and if doing life with my beautiful wife is newsworthy, then let us be an example of what real #relationshipgoals are!”

In the end, you are allowed to look sexy, feel sexy, and be in love, because truly, you are worthy of all of those things. 

References

  1. Bullies Claim She’s Too Fat For Her Six-Pack Husband.Inner Strength. Retrieved April 17, 2020.
  2. The Harmful Effects of Fat Shaming.” Health Line. Kris Gunnars. Retrieved April 17, 2020.
  3. Goal Digger Podcast.
  4. Jenna Kutcher.
  5. Kicking it with Kutch.
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