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A plus-sized lingerie model has revealed how she finally learned to embrace her curves, after being treated as a dirty little secret by men who would keep their relationship hidden because they were embarrassed to be seen with her.
Business owner, Britnee Rochelle, 31, from California, used to be severely bullied for her weight, and was taunted with cruel names like 'big bird' and 'fatty', while also receiving incredibly negative attention from boys.
Britnee - Guys - Time
When she began dating, Britnee, who weighs 260lbs, says guys would only ever meet up with her in secret, refusing to spend time with her in public, because they didn't want to be seen with her.
This left her with awful insecurities about her body and her size, and left her feeling as though she would never find someone who loved her for who she was.
Years - Feeling - Insecure - Clothes - Body
However, after years of feeling insecure and avoiding wearing clothes that revealed her body for fear of being judged, she stumbled into a modelling career in 2017 after participating in a few local fashion shows.
Since then, Britnee, who is a size 18 to 20, made it her mission to show off her figure to empower women.
'I - Year - Fashion - Shows - Model
'I started modelling a year ago. Before then I dabbled in local fashion shows. I decided to enter a model search for a plus-size bra and panty company,' Britnee said.
'I was contacted several times and really thought that I had a shot, so I decided to create an Instagram account for everybody to follow along.
'Overtime - Brands - Career - Journey - Others
'Overtime I really grew my following as I was working with brands that really boosted my modelling career. The journey has really been amazing, especially seeing myself being bold and helping others along the way.
'I was bullied throughout my whole life. In high school I was called horrible names by one of...
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