I’m 5’3 and 220 lbs – My co-worker said I have “a body like a coke bottle” but men say I’m “wife material”.
A TIKTOK user has taken to social media to show women they can trust their own skin.
TikTokker @jenn_cynn shared a video of herself telling viewers her weight to try and “normalize” women about a certain weight class.
The video is one of the latest to join the body positivity movement that’s taking social media by storm.
A number of Jenn’s videos carry the hashtag #FatDancer or #Chubby without a hint of concern or embarrassment.
One of her latest videos has been viewed over 11,500 times, leaving viewers in ecstasy for her “fucking gorgeous” body.
The video said, “Share my weight to normalize women over 200 pounds.”
Jenn can then be seen swaying her hips confidently in her kitchen as the video revealed she weighs 220 pounds.
The 5ft 3 content creator captioned the video, “As a colleague put it, ‘body like a coke bottle’.”
The self-described curvy girl wore high-waisted black pants and a matching black crop top that ended just below her rib cage.
The ensemble perfectly accentuated her hourglass shape by pinching at the waist and showing a hint of skin.
Jenn’s TikTok account describes herself as a “curvy dancer enthusiast,” and a number of her videos feature snippets of the dancer performing traditional Latin moves like salsa.
The footage saw a male fan comment: “Beautiful womanly material for me”
Others added, “You wear it well, don’t let people shame that” and “There’s something coming through here.”
Some women loved their content too, and some felt seen and motivated to love their own bodies.
“Yes girls! Killed. 200 plus girls here too,” commented one.
Another added: “Great dance and you are literally body goals”.
Jenn also teaches Zumba and dance to a group of women in an empowering way.
She champions fun plus-size fitness that’s rarely advertised in the mainstream.
A number of plus-sized content creators are attempting to address the narrative of exercise and food with the aim of shrinking their bodies to society’s “acceptable” size.
For Jenn and other content creators, dance is too often seen as something that can only be truly taken seriously and enjoyed by those with a typically athletic build.
The TikTok creator demonstrates that everyone has a body that can move and look good doing it.
With the recent video getting so many views, Jenn and her colleagues continue to expand the body positivity movement and make sure it reaches more and more people.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/7337008/men-say-im-wifey-material-plus-size-body-positive/ I’m 5’3 and 220 lbs – My co-worker said I have “a body like a coke bottle” but men say I’m “wife material”.