Curvy woman with 38G boobs slams fat-shaming trolls and embraces natural body
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A curvy woman hit back at trolls who made fun of her body and accused her of "showing off" her boobs.
"Midsize queen" Emily Rose Vass, who shares fashion inspiration on Instagram and gives body confidence tips on TikTok, said she was targeted by online haters because of her body.
In one video, the body coach wore a pink gingham dress and spoke about the criticism she received for having larger breasts.
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She asked her viewers: "Am I showing off my boobs? Or do I just have boobs and exist?"
The size 18 influencer added: "Curvy girl problems? Seriously the girls are just living their best life."
In another video she revealed a comment from someone who told her "I can see your roll".
Emily responded by posting a soundtrack that said: "I don't know if you notice but I am a human!
"And in order for humans to live, they have internal organs and fat so I keep my uterus and my intestines in this safe little pouch here since I can't carry them in my hands!"
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Emily told Daily Star that she won't let strangers' opinions hols her back.
She said: "Negative comments are often expressions of people's own insecurities, or of the diet culture they've grown up around.
"I'm confident in myself and don't let opinions of strangers affect me.
"Your body is the least interesting thing about you – people love you for who you are, not what you look like.
"Your size doesn't dictate your worth."
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Emily also shared the tip she used to boost her body confidence.
"I found the best place to start was to challenge any negative self talk by thinking about how you would respond to a friend if they said that about themselves," she explained.
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