Megan Fox has been candid about her relationship with her body. She said that she never loved it, but as always, the actress stunned everyone in her short mini dress at the beach this time. She looked smoking hot in the see-through dress and brought the Little Mermaid vibe alive.
These photos clicked by Cibelle Levi are a part of the “provocative series” the photographer has been doing with Megan Fox. The series consists of the actresses’ photographs in the backdrop of nature. The photographer captioned the sultry photos of Megan Fox as “salt water mermaid 🧜🏻♀️ @meganfox.”
However, while sharing these photos, the actress was a little more playful with the caption. She wrote, “offering surf lessons. link in bio.”
Earlier, the actress looked sensuous wearing a green bikini and posing in a tree. Another one to grab everyone’s attention was her photograph in a white mini dress in a pond. The one in the pond could not be used for work as she was wearing a transparent dress.
We all love Megan’s bold avatars; these photographs give us more reasons to celebrate her sensual appearance. But the actress does not feel the same about her body as she has been a victim of body dysmorphia, one of the worst outcomes of developing a negative body image.
This is a condition where people cannot love their bodies and always find flaws in their bodies. Further, they try to hide their flaws.
She has been one of the stars to appear on the swimsuit covers of Sports Illustrated. In a video interview with Sports Illustrated, she said, “I have body dysmorphia.”
She added, “I don’t see myself the way other people see me. There was never a point in my life where I loved my body. There was never ever. When I was little, that was an obsession I had of ‘but I should look this way,’ and why I had an awareness of my body that young, I’m not sure.
And it definitely wasn’t environmental because I grew up in a very religious environment where bodies weren’t even like, acknowledged. The journey of loving myself is going to be never-ending, I think.”
Many can relate to her words and find solidarity and comfort in knowing that even the woman with the best features can have this, and one has to take this journey of loving and accepting their body seriously.