The 29-year-old photojournalist Jenna Kutcher leads a very content life. She has been wed to the love of her life, fitness instructor Drew Kutcher, for ten years. The two have a wonderful love story and are quite content in their relationship.
The couple visited a beach in Hawaii one day to take in the sun and the surf. They made some photos there. Jenna and her husband may be seen in one of the images, both wearing bikinis. The woman was astonished to see how many negative comments she had received after posting the picture on social media.
She is big and unsightly, and many people have said she doesn’t deserve her husband, who is a lovely and attractive man. She was informed that while she wasn’t in shape, her spouse had a well-toned figure from working out at the gym.
She was subjected to a variety of other sly comments due to her voluptuous forms, and the woman was insulted and made fun of in several comments. Following are a few of the remarks:
I’m shocked that she found such a hot hubby.
“You don’t deserve to be married to such a handsome man.”
I don’t know what your spouse saw in you; he should search for someone as attractive to himself.
I hate to break it to you, but you need to reduce weight. You don’t mesh well with your hubby at all.
And the derogatory remarks kept coming.
Jenna responded to individuals who condemned her in an unexpected way because she was unaffected by or scared by their remarks:
Being married to Mr. 6-Pack himself has contributed to some of her body-image issues, she writes. “Why should I get him as a curvaceous girl? I construct stories in my brain about how I’m not worthy of him because I’m not skinny because I feel worthless.
“This man has reminded me that I’m beautiful even when my inner dialogue doesn’t agree for the last ten years, embracing every curve, dimple, pound, and pimple,” she said. I selected the man who could manage all that (and so much more!) despite the fact that my thighs kiss, my arms are large, and my rear is rough.
Jenna was grateful and taken aback by the attention that followed as she received a barrage of compliments.
She wrote in an Instagram post on Tuesday, “We’ve spent the last few days gawking at the fact that society thinks seeing two people in love (who happen to have different body types) is newsworthy, but we are embracing it wholeheartedly because it means we get to share our message with YOU, with the world.
“Our bodies are not who we are. She said, “Drew is not defined by the title of ‘Mr. Six Pack,’ and I am not defined by labels like ‘curvy’ or ‘plus size.
At the end of the day, we are the couple that met in college, fell in love, and began dating after [Drew] lost a bet that resulted in a first kiss. The rest, as they say, is history. “Our experience has been filled with highs and lows, joy and sorrow, and we have decided to be present and make the chaos into our message. because going viral has demonstrated that the world is hungry for REAL.