I’m plus-size – trolls say I shouldn’t wear shorts because they’re unflattering but my cellulite is normal and beautiful

A plus size woman has taken a stand against unfriendly trolls who told her not to wear shorts.

The self-proclaimed fashion police say shorts are unflattering on taller women.

TikTok user Esp has rebuffed trolls who said not to wear shorts


TikTok user Esp has rebuffed trolls who said not to wear shortsPhoto credit: TikTok/11espi
She has no time for these self-appointed cops


She has no time for these self-appointed copsPhoto credit: TikTok/11espi

But this spirited lady didn’t have time for censorship of her style.

Espi (@11espic) would wear whatever she wanted, regardless of what others thought.

She has an extremely popular TikTok base with over 192,000 followers and another 8.8 million likes.

Her platform, she said, is all about “breaking down barriers and stereotypes.”

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Espi has made it its mission to portray taller women in the media in a more positive way.

Her vox pops interviews regularly appear on her TikTok, where she asks men if they would date plus-size women.

But she also had to endure the attention of keyboard warriors.

In her postshe shared the latest attack.

She was dressed fit for the gym, wearing a simple t-shirt and black shorts.

“Plus size girls shouldn’t wear shorts because it’s not flattering,” read the screen, echoing what the trolls were saying.

However, their response was typically robust.

“I lift that shoulder and I lift that shoulder and I drop it because I don’t care,” she said.

Then she added, “My cellulite is normal and beautiful.”

In other posts, she urged her plus-sized sisters to keep their heads up.

“In you is all the beauty and power of the world, my great fellow human beings. You are the price.”

The commenters on her post liked her attitude.

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“You’re so beautiful. You can wear anything you want,” said one fan.

Another capped off her post with a final affirmation: “Wonderful beautiful queen. For all the love and appreciation,” they said.

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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