Selena Gomez is one of the celebrities who has joined various projects and initiatives to fight against beauty Standards, prejudices and stereotypesin fact her make-up brand, RareBeauty (which translates as Rare beauty), encourages all people to be who they are and seeks to break with the false idea of perfection.
The singer, who celebrated her 30th birthday a couple of weeks ago, has taken her philosophy of self-love to her social media, where she recently shared a video in a bathing suit along with a message in protest against the body shaming.
It was through your account TikTok that Selena Gomez published a clip in which he appears enjoying his vacation in Italy. In the images She is seen lying on a yacht wearing a purple swimsuit with a colorful pattern.
True to her style, the interpreter of Dance with Me does playback of a sarcastic conversation between two young men arguing about their physical appearance. As comical as the imitation may seem, it alludes to the importance of loving your body and rejecting social pressure or ideals.
In the dialogue, one of the young women recommends to the other “suck” his stomach, however, the second woman (Selena Gomez) replies that she is not going to “suck anything”.
Later, the singer makes a call for “the real bellies”. And she adds: “heReal bellies are back, okay?”
The message body positive of Selena Gomez has received the support of fans and netizens. So far, the clip has more than 11 million views. It is worth mentioning that the original audio belongs to the youtuber LaTasha Kebe.
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