Her 'Mom Bod' Photo Was Removed From Social Media, But This Mama Wasn't About To Let It Slide

"Facebook and Insti deleted the photo of my glorious curvaceous comfy body the other night."

Social media is a great place for helping to spread positive messages about self-love and acceptance. A hashtag can turn a few simple words into a powerful movement, and just one post can have the power to create real change.

However, no movements can be created if people are unable to spread their messages.

Australian-based blogger and mom Constance Wall recently experienced this issue when one of her body positive photos was reportedly removed from Facebook and Instagram.

Hall's account is a celebration of real mother's bodies, where she speaks the truth about parenting dilemmas.  She also advocates nakedness and mom bodies, so she was not happy with the decision. 

And though it is not yet clear what was exactly in Hall's photo that prompted them to be removed, she spoke out on Instagram about the social networks' alleged decision to take down the photos. In response, she also posted a defiant "mom bod" photo.

Facebook and Insti deleted the photo of my glorious curvaceous comfy body the other night. In an act that can only be described as#mumbod envy.  Don't worry admin, one day you will have a comfy #mumbod too 

Hall's latest post shows mom bods are something worth seeing and celebrating.  Her post also shows that she can get message across with a bit of humor mixed in.

(H/T: Elite Daily)