I disse dage går bølgerne højt på de sociale medier, hvor at skønhedsoperationer bliver diskuteret konstant. Især Fie Laursen bliver kritiseret af mange omkring dette, da hun ofte laver reklame for skønhedsoperationer.
De danske realitystjerne har således bare de seneste par år fået lavet sine tænder, sin røv, sine bryster, sin næse og nu udtaler hun sig endelig om de mange kosmetiske indgreb.
Via sin Instagram har hun således delt et opslag, hvor at hun kommer med et massivt opråb til alle.
Du kan se hendes opslag via Instagram herunder:
PLASTIC SURGERY TALK | It’s 2020, it should be a women’s right to do what she wants with her body. The girl in all the pictures, is the same girl. She just looks different. She became more confident, after surgery. I want to put focus on why I chose to go under the knife: It’s not a joke to me, a game or a impulsive decision. It’s life changing for me. My whole childhood I was bullied in school (mostly on my body and my nose). I struggled through eating disorders and selfharm, as a result of bullying. I became a public figure: the bullying continued online. For the last 8 years i’ve been commented everyday on my looks. Fat, big nose, big cheeks (even after fat removal lots of comments I got back fat and I’m still fat). I fell in love with a boy, who was violent and emotionally abusive. He took away the last self esteem I had. He beat me, kicked me, choked me, spit in my mouth, took keys between his fingers and hit me while he made me say bad things about my looks, to admit my wrongs. Today I live with PTSD and Borderline. I am damaged on the inside but I refuse to feel damaged on the outside. I do this for myself, to feel better and it helps. I have survived years of cocaine abuse and a drug OD. In 2019 I was close to dying twice. I only spoke about the episode in July, of my suicide attempt due to peoples comments and trauma. I struggled my whole life with myself due to the way people talk about me and to me: So I will not apologize for changing the things that destroy me to look at! Plastic Surgery has changed my life for the better – And that doesn’t mean I say, people should do the same. I’m just sharing my life and my changes. I’m no longer the girl who will allow people to abuse her and talk her down. People think it is ok to bully, because I got surgery: But it’s wrong to bully natural looks? It’s never ok to bodyshame or to talk down peoples looks. With or without surgery, we are all human beings with heart that beats the same – and hearts that can stop from one minute to the other. Trust me, I’ve been through CPR. I’ve been through overdose and suicide attempts. I know how it feels to get told your heart stopped beating but they brought you back to lifeFie Laursen via sin Instagram
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