Fitness model Zoe Daly reveals on Facebook why she won’t post sexy selfies
Whether your Instagram feed is filled with celebrity photos or snaps from fitness bloggers, most profiles have one thing in common: selfies.
But a top fitness blogger said she wouldn’t post “sexy selfies” because she was tired of being targeted by trolls online.
“I’m always tired of seeing comments like ‘it’s not sexy’ or ‘you don’t have boobs’ in my pictures,” Zoe Daly, 32, from Sydney, job to its 1.2 million followers on social networks.
‘You know what? I’m not trying to look “sexy”! The exasperated 32-year-old wrote.
Tiring: Top fitness model Zoe Daly said she was sick of being trolled online for not posting ‘sexy’ fitness photos
Not on: “I’m always tired of seeing comments like ‘it’s not sexy’ or ‘you don’t have boobs’ on my pictures,” Zoe Daly, 32, from Sydney, posted to her 1 , 2 million followers on social networks
Ms Daly went on to say that commentators “clearly expect me to take tons of selfies in thong (#gluteprogress) or with a cleavage showing / just covered nipples. [sic]’.
If being “sexy” was my goal, it wouldn’t be hard to achieve. But it’s not!
She lamented the fact that it has become the norm for fitness bloggers to wear light clothing in order to try and look sexy.
“If being ‘sexy’ was my goal, it wouldn’t be hard to achieve. But it’s not! I’m a FITNESS MODEL,” the popular Instagram personality wrote on Facebook.
“I live and breathe a healthy and fit lifestyle. I also have a moral and a respect for myself, so I only publish images related to my lifestyle, that is to say to health and physical form ”, she said writing.
Intentions: Ms Daly told her followers that she isn’t actually trying to look sexy – and that she just wanted to promote a health and fitness image
New Standards: Ms Daly continued to say that commentators “clearly expect me to take tons of selfies in thong (#gluteprogress) or with a cleavage showing / just covered nipples”
Since Ms. Daly posted her lengthy Facebook update on Tuesday, she has resonated with more than 40,000 people around the world.
“That’s exactly what makes your success Zoe, respect for yourself and the industry,” someone wrote below the post.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Ms Daly said she was happy to have broadcast her health and fitness post on such a public platform, as “the pornification of our culture in general has really gone too far”.
Real deal: She lamented that it has become the norm for fitness bloggers to wear skimpy clothes in order to try and look sexy
Next: Ms Daly posted her comments on her Facebook page, where nearly 40,000 people shared and liked it
Morality and self-respect: Ms Daly said she was a fitness model, rather than any other guy – “the pornification of our culture in general has really gone too far,” she said
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