Beyond Beauty Standards: How This Woman Found Joy and Confidence in Her Fupa

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6 months ago

This self-assured woman successfully shed over 100 pounds but is left with loose skin on her stomach. Despite encountering mixed opinions on social media, she remains committed to spreading body-positive messages. Fearlessly displaying her stomach, she embraces her “fupa” (fatty upper pubic area) and chooses not to conceal it.

In a video, the red-haired girl donned a black crop top, joyfully showcasing her stomach. She lowered her tracksuit bottoms, unveiling her “squishy” belly, and confidently stated, “It’s a stomach, it’s a part of me, and I love it.

In the video, the advocate for body positivity lip-synced to a sound that declared, “I’m not hiding my fupa anymore.” The term “fupa” refers to the “fatty upper pubic area,” and while some women might find it bothersome, this woman confidently expresses that she is comfortable showcasing hers.

In another video, the girl donned a bikini and captured herself emerging from the ocean, confidently walking toward the camera. Striking a pose, she ran her fingers through her hair and playfully stuck her tongue out, stating, “Making people look twice always makes me smile harder” for her followers.

Your tummy is your best accessory, show it,” she said as the audio reads, “Your stomach, your belly, your pooch, whatever you want to call it does not take away from your outfit. Yes, we can see it in your outfit. We can see it because it’s there and that’s ok. You and your outfit look good with your stomach showing, not in spite of it showing. So go have fun.”


She confidently asserted, “Your tummy is your best accessory, show it.” The accompanying audio conveyed, “Your stomach, your belly, your pooch, whatever you want to call it does not take away from your outfit. Yes, we can see it in your outfit. We can see it because it’s there and that’s ok. You and your outfit look good with your stomach showing, not in spite of it showing. So go have fun.”

While we bask in the love for our bodies and proudly embrace our FUPA, the empowerment journey continues. Brace yourselves for our next feature, where we introduce you to the five reasons why men love curvy women.

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