"I'm thinking about getting a breast reduction this year," she captioned the photo of herself in a low-cut tank revealing her ample breasts. "My boobs are stupid heavy, my back hurts and I can't wear cute lil shirts without a grandma bra."
I'm thinking about getting a breast reduction this year :weary: my boobs are stupid heavy, my back hurts and I can't wear cute lil shirts without a grandma bra. I'm really scared of the lollipop scars tho.... any advice? Are there any ladies out there that are much happier even though you have breast reduction scars? And no I don't have implants so they can't just cut around the nipples :pensive: tell me about ur experiences :pray::skin-tone-4: - muva
The 33-year-old mom of one stated her concerns about scarring and asked her followers who have had breast reductions about their opinions post-surgery: "Are there any ladies out there that are much happier even though you have breast reduction scars? And no I don't have implants so they can't just cut around the nipples," she wrote.
While many commenters on the post wrote about their own experiences with breast reduction surgery, others were predictably disrespectful. "I had mine reduced from a GGG to a D. It was the best thing I could have ever done," wrote one supporter.
"Please don't slap god in the face," wrote one hater, while another didn't seem to care about Rose's comfort or health: "Don't do it!!! Just do some back exercises. You are perfect!!!!!"
"People are very uncomfortable with the female body. It's OK to leak images onto the Internet and people are like, 'Yeah, that's so cool.' But if you actually do it yourself and in a way that's owning your own sexuality, it's almost taboo."
She defended her infamous crotch photo from earlier this summer, where she wore a bikini top and her genitals were covered by nothing but her pubic hair (Instagram determined the photo violated its terms of service prohibiting nudity and removed the photo.).
"I had them Photoshop out my tattoos to focus on the bush alone. I feel like as women, we always feel like we need to shave or wax — and if we don't, then we're considered unkempt or unclean or we're gonna smell funny. I believe that it's natural and we shouldn't be ashamed of it."
"There wasn't any kind of hidden agenda in mind, nor was she trying to make Wiz [Khalifa] jealous," the source said. "She doesn't roll like that. Amber posted it because she wanted to provide an alternative body image from the usual stick-thin model types young girls are subjected to seeing day in and day out. Amber loves her curves, and she wants to encourage other women and girls to love theirs too. She's all about body positivity."
Rose clearly isn't afraid to bare her soul to the public, especially when it comes to her sex life. Earlier this summer, she posted a hilarious meme to her Instagram account that lamented the loss of her sex life.
The photo is of a girl crying, and text on the photo reads, "When it's six months into 2017 and you still haven't been f---ed yet."0comments
In addition to the funny meme, Amber added the caption, "When the world thinks you have Orgies all day and mad dudes because ur sexually confident and body positive but really you're a full-time mom/ businesswoman and literally have no time for penis."
Photo Credit: Instagram / @amberrose