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Aly Raisman has no intention of being seen as a victim. After candidly testifying in court about the abuse she and other athletes experienced while working with Team USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, the Olympics gymnast is reclaiming power over her own body in a gorgeous new photo shoot for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit. Women do not have to be modest to be respected-- Live for you! Everyone should feel comfortable expressing themselves however makes them happy. Women can be intelligent, fierce, sexy, powerful, strong, advocate for change while wearing what makes them feel best.
The time where women are taught to be ashamed of their bodies is OVER. The female body is beautiful and we should all be proud of who we are, inside and out. Raisman became her own canvas, and selected a series of uplifting phrases — "Trust yourself," "Every voice matters," "Abuse is never OK" and "Live for you," for starters — to share an inspiring message of self-acceptance, empowerment and confidence. The positive body-image champion — she starred in a Photoshop-free lingerie campaign for Aerie , American Eagle's lingerie and swim brand, earlier this year — also painted her body with the word "Survivor" and the words "Women do not have to be modest to be respected.
While talking with the magazine, Raisman said she hopes that sharing her story will help give other women some much-needed hope. SISwim In the midst of the growing TimesUp and MeToo movements, Raisman has discussed the need for an end to victim-shaming , a subject she discussed with the magazine.
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Aly Raisman: No, Posing Naked Doesn't Mean I'm "Asking for It"