Cosplay is the newest style on Instagram to transform into your favourite superhero, cartoon or actor and get followers real Instagram.
Until 1970, costumes were used only on Halloween or Carnival, two specials dates in which people dress like their favourite superhero, cartoon or actor. However, nowadays, people can wear costumes any day of the year, it’s called cosplay. Some people go to special events playing cosplay like Comic Market of Japan or Comic-Con International: San Diego. Others prefers to use their Instagram accounts to show their cosplay and get followers real Instagram.
Instagram allows them to show their costumes every day of the year and get followers real Instagram who admire their work and motivate them.
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Cosplayers affirm that it’s a method of life and work that they love. Some of them become celebs thanks of their works and get enough money to invest in news costumes, and for this reason getting followers real Instagram is so important to them.
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But being famous is not the only reason, some cosplayers do this only for fun, other see the opportunity to claim changes in our world. That is the case of Michelle Elman, famous because of her YouTube channel, and Amy Eloise, also famous because of her YouTube Channel.
These two girls cosplay as Rapunzel and Snow White to claim the possibility to a Disney-world and Disneyland princesses with a size 16, more realistic princesses to integrate all people into Disney-world and their dreams. They want to make the diversity part of the same dreams, being an authentic Disney’s princess without the fear to be humiliated and rejected. So, they invite Disney’s fans to look beyond the physical and be real and authentic princess of the world.
So there was an article written about us being fat (and a Scarred) Disney princesses on a health website, posing it as a question up for debate. It makes me think why every other article written about me has been written as a statement but this was a question. But there was something else that got my attention, throughout the article, they called us “fat” even in the title, they called us “fat” princesses. Amy @amyeloisew and I are not “fat”. We are fat. Fat is not a dirty word. I want to address the fact that people will assume a fat princess will promote obesity? It’s going to come since people also think fat people existing promotes obesity. A BIG FAT NO. Representing bodies is simply that, representation. Fat people deserve representation because fat people exist and pretending in your cartoons and tv shows that we don’t exist has never helped anyone. We don’t need more shame and silence around fatness, we need to be seen, heard, represented and destigmatised. I also believe everyone deserves to feel beautiful. Yes, beauty should not matter but in our world it does and I personally believe people stop caring whether they are beautiful, when they feel beautiful so I want to make it a priority that everyone FEELS beautiful. Yes, even fat people. Yes, even unhealthy people. And no, those two are not equivalent. It’s this whole health debate right? First of all, let’s stop with this thin = healthy. Second of all, would it be so bad to have an unhealthy princess? I wish I felt beautiful lying in a hospital bed. It’s not glamorising illness. Instead, it’s telling young kids everywhere that their worth and beauty is defined so much more than simply their health. I think that would make a remarkable Disney movie. Health is not a choice remember, it’s a privilege. And it’s frankly a toss of the coin that I ended up with 15 surgeries before the age of 19, and you didn’t. All surgeries were not weight related and all surgeries caused weight gain. So put that in your pipe and smoke it. Life saving surgeries that made me live longer, also made me fatter. #ScarredNotScared • 📷: @the_feeding_of_the_fox
Both are trying to make possible the existence of a bigger sized Disney’s princess or a princess who has scars, a claim to change the world and make people more respectful. Remember, love you and your body!