Pink Shares Empowering Message About Body Positivity!
Pop star Pink is baring it all in her latest Instagram post, reminding those everywhere to love their bodies! The athletic musician shares with her fans that her body goals involve strength and health over everything else!
Pink has always stuck out in Hollywood for being different from the other pop stars of her era, often giving her fans a real-life glimpse into her struggles and triumphs!
The "Walk Me Home" singer shared a photo of her wakeboarding this week, sharing that she's proud of her body and all of the strength it gives her!
Pink shares her love of her body
Pink is embracing all that her body has to offer and self-proclaims her love of her "thunder thighs"!
On Tuesday, the mother of two shared a snap of her wakeboarding, the sun gleaming off her strong legs.
"I always wondered why God gave me thunder thighs. It's cause he knew I’d use them," she captioned the photo.
Pink has never shied away from sharing body positivity messages and encourages not only her fans to do the same, but her children, specifically her daughter Willow, as well.
Earlier this year Pink shared with her Twitter followers a candid "note-to-self," saying that she is learning to accept the changes her body is growing into.
"Dear Me, you’re getting older. I see lines. Especially when you smile. Your nose is getting bigger… You look (and feel) weird as you get used to this new reality," she wrote at the time.
"But your nose looks like your kids, and your face wrinkles where you laugh… and yeah you idiot… u smoked," she added.
Despite all these changes, Pink has always remained adamant that she will never go under the knife or get Botox.
"Continued note to self: Every once in a while you consider altering your face, and then you watch a show where you want to see what the person is feeling… and their face doesn’t move. I cannot get behind it. I just can’t," she said.
The star continued, "I’m fortunate because I’ve never really depended on my looks," and that, "I’ve decided that my talent and my individuality is far more important than my face."