Myla Dalbesio — Babe of the Day
She appeared in the first non-nude issue of Playboy, which is weird because she’s as naked as the day she was born in a ton of pics on Instagram.
Myla Dalbesio is a curvaceous model/artist/writer from Wisconsin, where once upon a time she was crowned as the state’s Miss Teen USA. That must be the state where she learned to be cool. While we don’t know her personally, she seems like she’d be fun to hang out with. From her IG alone, we can tell she parties, eats pizza, and likes to get naked. Sounds like a great time to us.
The time that @mj_day got me naked on the beach in Curaçao and taught me the secret of the "hand bra" Not that I need much convincing, but if you're gonna strip for anyone she is the best and most supportive candidate ✨ photo by @wattsupphoto and big ups to my #sisisters @darciebaum and @ja_neyney for cheering me on @Anthonycristianosalon @christinecherbonnier #siswimsuit2017
When you don't read the comments but still somehow catch the haters telling you to "keep stuffing your face you fat blob liberal bitch" I am just going to address this very quickly and then be done with it. I love my body and I don't give a FUCK if the trolls don't like it. LADIES – you won't always get the respect you deserve in everyday life, but if you respect yourself and your body that's what really matters. I work out five times a week, eat very healthy during the week, and treat myself on the weekends (and today lol)! That is what works for me. You have to find what works for you, and it's nobody's business but your own If media (social or otherwise) affects the way you feel about yourself, visit our community @ourstoriesourselves and tell us about it. We would love to hear from you #laterhaters #idgaf #lovetheskinyourein #ourstoriesourselves #SISWIMSUIT2017
THE BODY ISSUE ~ I don't know how or why but I guess this topic is inexplicably trending in relation to me once again, so I'm going to address it quickly. I am not plus size. I have never been plus size. Which is confusing, I understand, because for the first 8 years of my modeling career, that is the segment of the industry that I worked in and the board at my (former) agency that I was signed to. Why is that? Because 10 years ago, when I started modeling, no "straight size" board would sign anyone above a size 2-4 (and even size 4 was pushing it). Working under that label was the only way I could work. Luckily, things have changed in that regard. I am happily on the main board at @nextmodels, which does not distinguish any difference in size or shape of it's models, just represents them as they are, without labels. How things have shifted in the past decade! And what is even more glorious is the amount of successful models of all shapes and sizes that we see in major media now. Luckily for the people saying that I am "not plus size enough" to be working, they have amazing role models they can look up to that may represent someone closer to themselves. Girls like @theashleygraham, @taralynn, @palomija and @jojacalled inspire me constantly. But I also think it is important for women that are my size to see themselves represented. Let's not begrudge them (or me) for that. One of the reasons I post naked selfies is because I want other women to see that their own bodies are both normal and beautiful. I remember a scene in Martha, Marcy, May, Marlene, where Elizabeth Olsen took her clothes off, and I felt like I saw myself in her body, something that I rarely, if ever, saw represented in mainstream Hollywood. It made me feel good, almost like I was better understood. Can we all just work on understanding each other? Body shaming, whether it be too fat, too skinny, too athletic, etc. is unfair for all. We all want to be healthy, we all want to be beautiful, we all want to belong. I DESERVE TO BE REPRESENTED AND YOU DO TOO. We all do. And we all can be, if we start encouraging and supporting one another instead of picking each other apart #rantover #bodytalk