A Plus-Size Woman Faces Mockery Because Her Husband is Much Hotter Than Her

7 months ago

Alicia Mccarvell is a well-known blogger who inspires millions of people to love themselves. She has come a long way from shyness and shame to fully accepting her body. However, hateful commenters still leave rude comments, saying that her husband is much hotter than her.

Alicia Mccarvell is all about self-love and enjoying life.

In 2019, Alicia went viral on TikTok and started her journey as a self-love advocate. As a plus-size woman, she went through many obstacles to achieve self-acceptance. She’s very open about the fact that about 10 years ago, she was entering bikini competition and weighed around 127 pounds. Mccarvell overworked herself to be thin, but, ultimately, never felt truly happy.

Her weight gain happened quite rapidly, which made her extremely self-conscious, to the point that she never set foot on a beach until 2017. That’s when Alicia realized that her size bothered only her: “Nobody cared that I was fat. Nobody stared at me. I was genuinely so happy in those moments that I wouldn’t have noticed it.”

Since then, Mccarvell started focusing on the kind of person she is and trying to make others stop feeling bad about themselves: “I was always going to be a good partner, I was always going to be a hard worker. And if people couldn’t see past my fat body to see all of those cool things, that wasn’t my responsibility.”

Her marriage often starts off discussions online.

One of the reasons Alicia went viral, was her high school sweetheart turned husband, Scott. The couple participated in a trend about people whose partners are “10x hotter” than them. Their video gained quick popularity, as Mccarvell expected, because Scott boasts an incredibly fit physique.

Alicia’s account largely features her husband as well as them confronting people who say that he’s too attractive for her. As she shared some of the comments they’re getting in a video: “’Oh, she was probably not fat when they met,’ or ’she must be rich,’ ’he must be gay,’ or ’he has a fetish for fat women.’ We have been led to believe that someone who is physically fit, like Scott, could never, in a million years, be in love or be compatible with a fat woman.”

What their naysayers don’t realize, is that Alicia and Scott have been together for over 16 years and are madly in love with each other. He’s always supported and loved her regardless of her size. Once she realized this fact, it made her complete her self-love journey and finally be happy.

Here’s what Alicia thinks about people who leave rude comments, “I feel sorry for them. How sad is it that they could miss out on their soulmate because they weren’t willing to see past someone’s body? It’s confusing for people to see something that breaks beauty standards because it’s not what they’re used to. And people act as if I haven’t had those thoughts myself — you’re never going to say anything to me that I haven’t already said to myself.”

“For years, I wondered what Scott saw in me. Now, I know it makes a lot of sense that we’re together; we’re funny and kind. He’s a hard worker and I’m a good communicator. We complement each other in the most incredible ways, and our relationship has nothing to do with the body that I live in,” she added.

She and her husband melted the Internet with their sizzling bikini shoot.

This summer, Alicia and Scott were enjoying themselves to the fullest and shared a gorgeous bikini photoshoot that can turn any envious stares into gazes of admiration. Scott showed off his impeccable abs, while Alicia’s curves never looked better in a bright blue bikini, which we definitely need for the next summer season.

One comment under Mccarvell’s post summed up everything Alicia and Scott embodied in those photos. A user wrote: “Barbie and Ken???” and we cannot find a better comparison. Considering the Barbie era is in full swing right now, this is a perfect representation of the popular doll couple. Frankly, we think they could’ve played the main roles in the movie, and we would’ve loved it.

Alicia gave advice to people who doubt their bodies and think that their partner is much more attractive than them, “The only opinions that matter within your relationship are your own. That’s where you have to start. It’s also important to take your own goggles off and see yourself through your partner’s eyes every once in awhile. It is a very cool place to live when you see how your partner views you and the things they love about you. Stop allowing how you feel about your body to be transferred onto how your partner feels about you. They don’t have to love you, they don’t have to reach for you, they don’t have to treat you with respect.”

Unfortunately, Alicia and Scott are not the only couple who face hate on the internet. These young people also encounter angry comments and mockery because they don’t resemble other couples.


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