Comments Were Supportive, Well Most
I think this is the single best/worst comment I've ever seen below the line of dread on the Mail Online (they picked up on my cellulite-ridden thighs in today's 'news') Cannot stop laughing 😂Who's going to join me in the 'sharing pics of our dark poo' movement? It needs a hashtag 🤔#youarenotaloneinyourdarkstools #normalisepoopics
Natalie Owen wrote: “Love this!!! We went on holiday 2 weeks ago and I debated the bikini/swim suit. I took 3 swim suits and 1 bikini. I wore that bikini every frigging day! I’ve had 2 babies in 19 months and my body is a bloody miracle life giver and my boys are the world to me. Who gives a toss if mummy has lumps and bumps…. they’re now nicely tanned and mummy felt nice and cool haha.”
Libby Masterman wrote: “I love that your whole reason for writing appears to be to make the rest of us feel better about ourselves. To normalise thoughts and feelings that we think we’re not supposed to have. Keep it up!”
Of course, just like anytime you talk about your body, there are some who don’t understand the need and completely miss the point.
“I think this is the single best/worst comment I’ve ever seen below the line of dread on the Mail Online (they picked up on my cellulite-ridden thighs in today’s ‘news’),” Turner writes. “Cannot stop laughing Who’s going to join me in the ‘sharing pics of our dark poo’ movement? It needs a hashtag ”