Så let bliver du snydt på Instagram – her viser hun sandheden bag de perfekte kropsbilleder

Samfundets skønhedsidealer er svære at opnå og har længe været skyld i et kropsfokus, som ikke altid er sundt. Ved hjælp af dagens sociale medier, kan flere påvirkes, og Instagram er et af de steder på nettet, hvor vi hele tiden ser billeder af veltrænede, slanke og solbrune kroppe. Aldrig ser man strækmærker, appelsinhud, skavanker eller ekstra kilo.

Derfor chokerede en ung model verden, da hun lagde billeder ud på nettet, som afslører sandheden.

Hvad er hemmeligheden bar Instagrams mange drømmekroppe med flotte, faste rumper og smalle taljer? Den unge model Imre Çeçen har nu afsløret svaret for omverdenen.

At forandre sin krop tager flere år. Det kræver træning og diæter, men Photoshop får det til at ske på få sekunder,” skriver hun på sin Instagram, hvor hun viser et originalbillede af sig selv ved siden af et retoucheret billede. Se herunder:


PHOTOSHOP Transforming your body using training & diet takes years yet some photo shop only takes seconds. We live in a world with beauty “standards”. I don’t have a tiny waist and huge hips and it always made me feel kinda insecure. Lots of us feel the pressure to look like the people we see in magazines. . And yes some of the pictures we see as “goals” were made with photoshop. But does that mean everything is photoshop? NO! I’m getting real tired of this hype to say that all that’s different from our own body must be photoshop. Guess what? There are people with a body like this right picture. There are people with naturally huge butts & tiny waists. I’m just not one of them. Does not matter though cause I’ve still gotten tons of “photoshop” comments under certain pictures . . Scroll back on my account and you’ll find pics of me showing how much lighting or posture can change your appearance. Lots of people found this difficult to believe so then it must be photoshopped Yes, there’s a filter but the shape of my body has not been altered. Just because something seems unreal to you doesn’t always mean it’s fake . . What you say on the internet has an impact on others. Imagine a girl with a naturally tiny waist and huge butt always getting comments that she uses photoshop even though she doesn’t. That must suck right? Imagine an insecure girl using photoshop to look “prettier”. Commenting that she is “still ugly as fuck” might indeed make her stop using photoshop. She’ll get plastic surgery now . . People will always be doing things we don’t agree with or simply don’t understand. But does that really affect your life? Let’s try to be kind to eachother. Hate won’t make this world a better place . I know you probably thought that this post would be a rant on how there are “idiots” using photoshop but it isn’t. Guess what? In real life you will also come across people who seem “perfect”. And fuck, that’s not photoshop. Work on your selfconfidence and know that you are gorgeous too! Someone elses beauty is not the absence of your own. As long as you are happy being you it shouldn’t really matter what others are doing! YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL!❤ #bodypositivity

Ett inlägg delat av Imre Çeçen imrececen.com (@imrececen)

Billedet er set af Imres 265.000 følger og delt videre til endnu flere på nettet, men Imre vil understrege, at alt ikke er Photoshop. Meget handler om noget, som alle kan forholde sig til.

“Se tilbage på min Instagram, så kan I se, hvor let det er at påvirke sin krop med den rette kropsholdning og lys,” skriver Imre og viser et eksempel.


‼️DIFFERENT KIND OF “KEEP IT REAL”‼️ I know some people are all done with the “keep it real” pictures so I thought I’d try a new one I find this one kinda hilarious chilling by the pool instagram vs real life . Anyone familiar with the concept of having all “normal” legs when you’re standing but as soon as you sit down they transform into huge piles of meat? Why is it that those 2 sticks we use to walk expand to the size of Texas whenever they touch a chair? . This is the most NORMAL thing ever yet us girls seem to be so self conscious about it Hello! Your legs are being pushed against a surface, they are supposed to expand! This doesn’t mean you’re fat Even muscle will just look like a huge shapeless pile of meat when there’s no flexing involved If you don’t want your legs to expand maybe invest in stone legs!⛰⛏ I’d choose marble ones . We’ve just lost touch with reality because on the internet all we see are those freaking hot dog legs I am guilty of posting those too! Yet even I wondered on my last vacay why my legs were so “big” when I sat down. . Thought I’d take a good comparison pic and I’m pretty sure I’ve got a hernia now Creating that thighgap & skinny legs feel was real hard I had to arch my back like crazy, hold my legs up (serious ab work was involved) and had to sit on the edge of the pool which caused me to almost fall. Both my camera & I would have drowned in the sadness of insta perfection (I would survive the water though, I can swim! ) To people who do sit like this in real life; I admire your core strenght & willpower! . Yep, that’s the truth behind poolside hotdog pics. Truth be told I’d much rather sit like that right pic whilst enjoying an actual hotdog What is your fave poolside snack? Kinda wanted to hold a piece of watermelon whilst taking this but it turns out that’s only for advanced instagram posing I couldn’t hold myself up, flex them abs, hold a watermelon & take pics at the same time Guess I better start practicing for my next vacay! . Ps. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the way my legs look in the pic on the right. Just showing you the difference! vs = both yummy

Ett inlägg delat av Imre Çeçen imrececen.com (@imrececen)

Imre, som selv hører til dem, som ofte lægger poserende kropsbilleder ud på nettet, har et budskab, som hun vil sprede; folk skal være søde mod hinanden på de sociale medier.

“Mennesker vil altid gøre ting, som vi ikke forstår eller helt enkelt ikke er enige i. Men påvirker det egentlig dit liv? Kan vi ikke bare forsøge at være søde mod hinanden? Had kommer ikke til at gøre verden bedre,” skriver Imre på sin Instagram.

Det kræver mod at vise sandheden om sin krop i en udseendefikseret verden, og derfor fortjener Imre at blive hyldet for sit budskab om at alt ikke er, som det ser ud.