I'm plus-size and wear bikinis – I know I'm beautiful, if people don't like what they see, they can look away | The Sun

A PLUS-SIZE woman has proudly embraced her curvy physique in her skin-baring bikinis.

She said she knows she's beautiful, and if people don't want to see her body, they can look away.

Body positive advocate Lindsey, who goes by im.an.adult on TikTok, (@im.an.adult) enjoys being her authentic self online.

In a 2020 TikTok video, she embraced her plus-size shape and dared people to look away if they didn't want to see her.

She began the video by popping into the frame in a blue strapless bikini top and matching bottoms with a white star pattern.

She mouthed along to the background audio that said, "Fat swimsuit check."

The brunette woman continued to sing along to the background sound as she seamlessly transitioned into two additional swimsuit looks.

Next, she wore a metallic pink swim set and ended the video in a light pink version of the original bikini.

Lindsey danced, laughed, and smiled for her audience as she showed off her curves.

The most important video was the subtitle written above her head that read a body-confident message.

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"This is your reminder. You are beautiful. You don't owe anyone anything. If they don't like how you look. They can look away," it read.

Many women appreciated her transparency and loved her confident attitude.

"I WISH I HAD YOUR CONFIDENCE. Last year I went to the beach and a hoodie," a viewer commented.

"Okay so I AM DEF COMING NEXT TIME," another added.

"You look stunning in all of them, but the last one," a fan praised.

"I wish I had your confidence. I love it. Send vibes my way," another shared.

Lindsey also shares "Fat History" videos on Youtube about influential plus-size historical figures.

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