Woman gets ‘big b00bs out’ in t0pless pic and says ‘men should mind their business’

Influencer Georgie Clarke, who’s known for her fashion, women’s rights and self-love messages, has received praise from fans for one of her latest social media posts. The brunɛttɛ beauty, who boasts an impressive 690,000 Instagram followers, took to the site to share a t0pless holiday snap. She told her fans that she never used to sunbathe t0pless as she felt “shame” over her big b00bs.

However, the body positive star said she realised it’s ‘not her fault’ that they’re big, and said that any men staring at her should ‘keep their eyes to themselves’. Georgie was seen ditching her ʙικιɴι top in the snap as she lay on a subbed while soaking up the rays in Greece. She covered her bare che$t by laying on her stomach, however.

Woman gets 'big b00bs out' in t0pless pic and says 'men should mind their business'

Captioning the post, she wrote: “If you want to get your [email protected] out, get your breasts out. “They’re not ₷ɛxual parts of our bodies they’ve just been ₷ɛxualised. “Once I had a situation recently where a man’s wife asked me not to be in a ʙικιɴι in front of her partner on holiday… yes top and bottom covered – and yes she was dead serious.

“If your partner or a man can’t keep his eyes to himself why should I have to be the one to be sweltering hot on holiday?! “Women shouldn’t be playing into this narrative either because again I shouldn’t be blamed for the size of my b00bs??!!!” Concluding her post, she told fans: “Here’s my permission… your b00bs deserve to be free.”

Woman gets 'big b00bs out' in t0pless pic and says 'men should mind their business'

Fans were loving the post, with it racking up more than 14,000 likes. One exclaimed: “Love this so so much,” while another added: “Yes girl, free the nip.” A third chimed in: “It is so infuriating being told as a woman we need to cover up because xyz could be looking – this is something I’ve dealt with my whole life. “Nowadays I say ‘If someone is looking at me inappropriately it’s their problem, not me problem’.”

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