Model Celebrates Her Stretch Marks After Publication Bullies Her

"You are a warrior, you created a life inside of you."

Recently, model Robyn Lawley was attacked online after a publication made false claims about her stretch marks.

According to Lawley, when she was seven months pregnant, "An interview from a very honest... conversation... was manipulated and taken apart so heartlessly by a UK publication gossip page."


Guess what baby your about to be on @cnn haha many tales to tell my future baby @brookebcnn @si_swimsuit #superduperpregnant

Posted by Robyn Lawley on Monday, February 9, 2015

The model, who has made strides for women and body positivity as a plus size model, was then attacked by almost 500 commenters, while the author made no efforts to print the correct story.

They titled the story, "Robyn considers abortion to avoid stretch marks."

My hearts contentwhen you smile I smile, when you laugh I laugh and when you cry mamma is always gonna be by your side. You are my daughter and I am you mother, our bond is like no other ❤️

Posted by Robyn Lawley on Friday, May 8, 2015

Even when she became nervous about her baby's health due to the stress of the comments, the author and publication still refused to print the correct story.

However, Lawley tried to remain as positive as possible and went into detail about why she is proud of her body.

She said in her Facebook post, "As for my stretch marks I knew they were coming and as they're fading into white (like all my others) I thought I might capture them. Because they are some bad ass ‪#‎tigerstripes‬ :) And I earned them."

She also provided a reminder for women, saying, "We put an unbelievable amount of ridiculous time consuming pressure on women to care so much about their flaws they forget how truly beautiful they (you) are today."

Eventually, the publication pulled the story after Lawley's words were finally heard.

You can read her full post below, where she also addresses the issue of women's rights in political discourse.

Almost a year ago, an interview from a very honest maybe too honest conversation with a friend was manipulated and taken...

Posted by Robyn Lawley on Thursday, October 22, 2015