Jenna Kutcher, a photojournalist who is 29 years old, has a very contented life. For the past ten years, she has been married to Drew Kutcher, a fitness instructor. The couple is content in their relationship and have a wonderful love story.
One day, the couple went to a beach in Hawaii to enjoy the sun and the waves. There, they took some pictures.In one of the images, you can see Jenna and her husband in swimsuits. After posting the image on social media, the woman was shocked to see how many negative comments she had received.
Many people have stated that she does not deserve her husband, who they describe as “a lovely and attractive man,” and that she is “big and unattractive.”She was informed that, despite her lack of fitness, her spouse’s well-toned body was the result of gym work.
Due to her voluptuous appearance, she received a number of other mean remarks, and the woman was called names and made fun of in a number of comments.Some comments are as follows:
I’m shocked that she found a husband who is so hot.
“You don’t deserve to marry such a handsome man,” she said.
What your spouse saw in you, I have no idea; He ought to look for someone who is as attractive as he is.
I’m sorry to tell you, but you need to lose weight.You and your husband don’t get along very well.
Because she was unmoved or frightened by their remarks, Jenna responded unexpectedly to those who had criticized her:
She writes that some of her body-image issues stem from her marriage to Mr. 6-Pack.Why should I choose him over a curvy woman?I tell myself stories in my head about how I’m not good enough for him because I’m not fat.
She stated, “For the past ten years, this guy has accepted every curve, dimple, pound, and pimple, and he has continually reminded me that I am beautiful even when my internal thoughts did not agree.”I went with the man who could handle everything (and more!)despite the fact that I have big thighs, big arms, and a big bum.
Jenna was appreciative, but she was also taken aback by the attention she received in the following remarks.
“We’ve spent the last few days laughing at the fact that society thinks it is newsworthy to see two people in love (who happen to have different body types), but we are embracing it wholeheartedly because it means we get to share our message with YOU, with the world,” she wrote in an Instagram post on Tuesday.
“Our identities transcend our bodies.She stated that I am not defined by terms like “curvy” or “plus size,” and Drew is not defined by the title “Mr. Six Pack.”
We are the couple who met in college, fell in love, and started dating after [Drew] lost a bet that led to a first kiss.As the saying goes, the rest is history.We have had a lot of highs and lows, happiness and sadness, and we have made the decision to be here and use the chaos to spread our message because going viral has shown that the world is hungry for REAL.