There is no denying that body positivity is quickly rising to the point that many women are finding themselves without insecurities.
Recently, however, the women’s body positivity movement has taken leaps forward and they have men to thank for their confidence.
“I was always bullied for my taste in women, but it’s time to finally come clean: I like a bigger woman and I’m tired of being ashamed of it,” Brent Wilson, 22-year-old aspiring actor said.
Wilson said when he came out as a “curvy-woman” lover on Instagram he was prepared for the backlash.
“I knew I would get backlash from the male community, but it’s a small price to pay for a female’s insecurities,” Wilson said. “It’s my job, as a male feminist, to raise awareness about women who were born imperfect and urge other men to love them despite their larger bodies.”
Featured on Wilson’s Instagram are pictures of him and his size-4 girlfriend, Olivia Crawsford with captions such as: “damn my curvy lady!” “Get yourself a bigger lady, you won’t regret it *4 prayer emojis*” and “That ass *crying emojis* can’t get that with a size-0 woman!”
“I think my posts have really helped women overcome their insecurities,” Wilson said. “Us men need to learn how to appreciate women by settling. We aren’t all going to land 10’s, that’s what posters and porn are for. If you want to be happy, love a real woman.”
Aside from being curvy, Crawsford also feeds the homeless 5 times a week, landed a job with the top sales company in the world and is currently getting a PhD from Ohio State after finishing undergrad in 2 years.