Im fat shamed for getting kit off – but men arent oil paintings themselves

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    A curvy model is fat shamed for taking her clothes off on OnlyFans – but won't let critics hold her back.

    Ella Thorne, 25, has been flogging nudes for six months after losing full-time work.

    She is spurred on to get racy "out of spite" of those who think she's a "sl*t" for being a woman in the sex industry.

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    And she is eager to prove fuller bodied models can make a career out of stripping off.

    Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, the Hampshire lass explained how she deals with cruel trolls – and how they help her pay the bills.

    "The people who leave horrible comments are almost always misogynistic, fat-phobic men and they almost never have a profile picture," Ella told us.

    "And when they do have a profile picture, they’re usually not an oil painting themselves.

    "It’s hard to care about their opinion when I don’t respect them as people.

    "I deal with fat shaming by using the fat-phobic comments to my advantage."

    Ella takes cruel comments about her body in her stride and uses them to promote herself and boost her bank account.

    She believes trolls will find issue with her shape no matter what she does – so goads them into commenting on her videos.

    This enables her posts to get more engagement and therefore lead them to Ella's OnlyFans where she earns a living.

    She currently boats over 22,000 followers collectively on TikTok and Instagram, where she has gone viral for expertly dealing with the haters.

    "The hate comments help to boost your posts on social media algorithms," the model claimed.

    "Sometimes I even get my stomach out and tag something like '#fitness' knowing someone will come along and be angry enough that I’m fat, to then leave a comment telling me I’m fat.

    "Their comment will get me more views and make me more sales. It’s great when the haters pay the bills.

    "I also like to make funny and relatable posts about the fat-phobia and the people who leave fat shaming comments.

    "I know that it’s okay to be fat and that I’m not doing anything wrong by existing as a fat person and it’s good to laugh at the fact some people are so triggered by that.

    "Being comfortable with who you are is really the key."

    While she's confident nowadays, Ella spent a lot of her teenage years feeling insecure and on a diet.

    It wasn't until she started flaunting 'every crevice' on OnlyFans that she became 'free' of the negative thoughts surrounding body image.

    "I’ve been insecure about my body in the past, and I spent a lot of my younger years dieting," she candidly shared.

    "Posting in my underwear and feeling comfortable in my body is so freeing.

    "It’s also amazing to create a community of women who are all celebrating each other for their different bodies.

    "And promoting that it’s okay to not look like a model and still wear lingerie and be confident and sexy.

    "[Body neutrality is] important to me because I think people deserve to be comfortable looking exactly as they are without thinking about all of the social pressures.

    "As children, we’re immediately taught to feel ashamed of our bodies and I think that’s so sad.

    "The way your body looks is the least important thing about it and I don’t think we as a society take that into account enough."

    Ella previously shared how the cost-of-living had impacted her financially and mentally.

    After getting the sack from her full-time job, the brunette model turned to OnlyFans in hopes of getting money quick.

    Since starting in October, Ella's raunchy career has been a slow burn but has finally taken off this April.

    She opened up about the struggles of the cost-of-living crisis as a young person.

    "I’ve worked in hospitality for my whole life up until now and by this point I was exhausted and emotionally drained from putting in maximum effort for minimum wage," Ella explained.

    "I was working 40 hours a week on my feet and in stressful environments, and still barely able to make ends meet.

    "My bedroom is in my kitchen and I still couldn’t afford my electricity bill with a full-time job and I have credit card debt racked up."

    "I know I am personally fed up of trying to catch up with my bills all the time and going into a line of work such as OnlyFans, where the money you can earn isn’t limited like most jobs, is definitely attractive."

    You can follow Ella on TikTok here and Instagram here.

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