See Why This Man’s Letter To His ‘Curvy’ Wife Set the Internet On Fire

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Women and their bodies are taking over the world.

The body positivity movement, largely taking place on Instagram, is spreading the vital message of self-love all over the place. Women and men are posting photos of their bodies — all shapes and sizes and colors — to share their journeys to self-acceptance and assert the truth that all bodies are beautiful.

One husband recently decided to post a love letter to his wife, one that celebrates her body for just the way it is. And it went viral because of this man’s unabashed message of body positivity and unconditional love for his partner.

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But for every bold, brave person putting themselves out there, they have their detractors.

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So let’s gloss right over them and focus on a more uplifting story, shall we? This is one about mutual love and self-love, and it plays out beautifully between two wonderful people.  

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Her Instagram bio reads, “confident curves & sassy style, body positivity, always overdressed, always real” and that’s exactly what Tripp delivers: Polished but real photos of her gorgeous, stylish life.

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While some body positive activists have reclaimed the word “fat,” for Tripp, the history of the way the word’s been used means that while she’s proud of her body, she doesn’t describe herself that way. This stylish blogger isn’t afraid to get serious with her message. The way society views women’s bodies has been so toxic for so long; change is way overdue.

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This adorable post by author and Tripp’s husband, Robbie Tripp, went viral for all the right reasons. It’s not necessary for a woman to have a partner to validate her, but it’s still super cute when a devoted partner steps up to share what they love about their love. The response is overwhelming.

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More and more people are realizing how unrealistic the standards of beauty are for women around the world. Body shaming is never okay.

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We agree. This totally wins the Internet.

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This dude has a point! Even though Cosmo and other women’s magazines have long perpetuated unreasonable beauty standards, the tides are slowly shifting. Sir Mix-a-Lot would be proud.

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Celebrating others is a great way to inspire self-love in people who come across these stories. The Tripps’ story is sweet, positive, and inspires constructive thinking.

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Hey, when you bring positivity and love into the world, you get the response you deserve: Positivity and love back. To see more of Sarah’s awesome and talented work on Instagram, check out the next page. She hasn’t stopped trying to help others!

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It’s hard to be more direct than this with a good message, isn’t it?

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Get the look and spread the message, folks.

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Well, the spark is certainly still there! It’s turned into a full-on fire.

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So checking out her Instagram can lead you down quite a rabbit hole!

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Something tells me these crazy kids are gonna find a way to make it. I mean, with her attitude and his integrity, it’s clear they deserve each other.

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