A BODY-POSITIVE influencer has hit back at trolls who claim she needs to put her boobs away or suck her stomach in.
Casee Brim, from sunny Australia, claimed it was society's problem for sexualising larger chests, not the women who have them.
The blonde beauty, who is an F-cup revealed some of the comments she has received just because of her bra size.
In one clip posted to her account @caseebrim she wrote: "People have a lot of opinions about women who are simply existing in their bodies!"
Some of the opinions Casee has heard are 'I would never wear that if I were you,' 'But when you wear it, it looks tacky,' 'Put them away, they're going to make people uncomfortable.'
Others include 'I'd just get a reduction if I were you,' 'You should cover up so men don't think you're asking for it,' and 'you look like a h***er.'
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The shocking comments were not something Casee was going to stand for.
She wrote: "We can be sexual without shame and while rejecting being sexualised.
"Long story short, me wearing a top that shows cleavage does not mean I am a corn worker or should start an OF (Only Fans), I am simply existing in my body."
In another clip, the body-positive beauty shared that people have even made comments about her stomach.
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She penned the comment: "You can see your belly in that, you should suck in."
Casee wore a cute moss green cut-out dress, and didn't care what people had to say about her very normal body shape.
She hit back: "Life is short, embrace your lil pooch.
"Whether it’s bloat, genetic, health-related, a filling dinner, hormonal (my fellow endometriosis girlies get it) or whatever the damn reason, your lil tummy doesn’t make you any less beautiful or worthy!"
The videos have since gone viral with over 100k views between them and 8,000 likes.
People quickly took to the comments sections of the posts to praise Casee for speaking up about body positivity.
One person agreed: "Is it too booby? Or do I just have boobs???”
Another commented: "Love your account- sorry people are such haters."
"It’s the AUDACITY for me! Honestly, you have the most beautiful bod," penned a third.
Meanwhile a fourth said: "Incase no one told you today… YOUR POOCH IS HOT BABE!"
"Frfr. Normalize this,” claimed a fifth.
Someone else added: "Love this!"
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