Robbie continued: "Then, as I became a man and started to educate myself on issues such as feminism and how the media marginalises women by portraying a very narrow and very specific standard of beauty (thin, tall, lean) I realised how many men have bought into that lie. She's real. She has lovely stretch marks on her hips and cute little dimples on her booty", Tripp said.
Tripp's initial post - a sweet photo (taken by Kailee MaRae) of himself and his wife, Sarah, embracing on a beach - has amassed more than 30,000 likes on Instagram since first being shared last week.
In Robbie's post, he recalled how his friends used to tease him for his attraction to curvier girls and how it made him want to become ~woke~. For me, there is nothing sexier than this woman right here: thick thighs, big booty, cute little side roll, etc. She has handsome stretch marks on her hips and cute little dimples on her booty.
"Why do you think you're a modern saint because you date a normal sized woman?" asked @luciadraco.
'There is a guy out there who is going to celebrate you for exactly who you are, someone who will love you like I love my Sarah'.
"Robbie's post is putting into words what so many men and women feel but haven't been able to express due to the many myths in society about what "sexy" is supposed to look like". He's also husband to Sarah Tripp, a body-positive fashion and beauty blogger at Sassy Red Lipstick.
Robbie's post and cute pic has seen social media go into meltdown.
Robbie and Sarah Tripp are in a loving relationship..
Nine-year-old applies for Nasa's "alien-fighting" job, gets response
The director of the planetary science division at NASA , Dr James Green, replied to Jack explaining a bit more about the job. A fourth-grader's cover letter grabbed NASA's attention in the search for the next real-life guardian of the planet.
He also addressed other women in the post, telling them not to think that they need to "fit a certain mold" to be loved.
An open letter recently written by an author to his wife on Instagram, appreciating her "curvy body, thick thighs, big booty, cute little side roll, etc", backfired after Netizens accused him of insinuating that curvy women are conventionally hard to love.
It's no secret that plus-size women and femmes, particularly those who do not conform to plus-size model proportions and sizes (which can start as low as a size six), often experience bullying, body-shaming, and harassment both online and off.
"Saying that you love your wife "even though she's "chubby" doesn't make you courageous, it makes you a jerk. I'm so lucky to have a husband who has loved every inch of me since the day we met".
Curvy women, just like slim women, deserve love and deserve to have that love - whether it be with someone a similar size or not - without it being remarkable.
Meanwhile, Tripp's Instagram post kicked off a flurry of snark, including numerous memes mocking his comments. I do not, however, love when men all but congratulate themselves for their preferences in women. Sarah said. "Hands down the best part is seeing people tag their significant other saying how much they can relate to the post and how thankful they are to have someone who loves them for who they are. there's still a lot of good in the world, and we are determined to continue to spread it as much as we can". "So i guess women that dont have stretch marks and "booty dimples" aren't real women".
Ultimately, Tripp's entire post appears to champion the fact that he's attracted to fat women-excuse me, curvy women-and exudes the energy of someone hoping to be praised and celebrated for being a decent human being who isn't fat-phobic.
You don't get brownie points for being a nice guy, and if you try to, you just end up looking like an exploitative jerk searching for validation instead.