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Trolls Are Body-Shaming Kylie Jenner for 'Unnatural' Alleged Plastic Surgery With New Bikini Post

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 27: Kylie Jenner attends the premiere of Netflix's "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly" at Barker Hangar  on August 27, 2019 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)
Premiere Of Netflix's "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly" - Arrivals | Rich Fury/Getty Images

Kylie Jenner is reminding everyone what's important through her one of her latest Instagram posts, which shows adorable throwback photos of the makeup mogul and her daughter, Stormi. It certainly serves as a beautiful mother-daughter moment in the midst of her breakup with Travis Scott.

However, people apparently just have to get all in there and shame her, and this is not okay! In the photos, the 22-year-old billionaire happens to be wearing a bikini, and for some mystifying reason, trolls think this gives them the right to body-shame her.

According to Cosmopolitan, one hater commented on the post above, "There's something wrong with her hips." Another wrote, "No real human should be shaped that way." And a third chimed in with, "With all due respect, your hips just looks unnatural. It just doesn't match to your body frame. Just saying."

It goes without saying that Kylie isn't the only person in the Kardashian-Jenner family who gets body-shamed, nor is she the only person in today's society. Back in 2015, when Caitlyn Jenner came out as transgender on the cover of Vanity Fair, comedian Jon Stewart made a comment that pretty much summarized the general attitude towards women. The Washington Post quotes him saying:

“Caitlyn, when you were a man, we could talk about your athleticism, your business acumen. But now you’re a woman, which means your looks are really the only thing we care about.”

With so many advances on body positivity, it still seems like people can't get over this archaic idea that women are nothing more than bodies to be critiqued and even pulled apart, with the constant message being that nothing is ever good enough.

So to all you Instagram trolls, leave Kylie alone. Leave every woman alone, whether she's in a bikini or in a winter coat!