Canadian influencer gets real about her body: 'Why are some curves praised and others torn down?'

Sarah Nicole Landry is opening up about her live-saving medication. (Instagram/@thebirdspapaya)

Sarah Nicole Landry is back with another body positive message.

On Wednesday, the Canadian influencer, also known as The Birds Papaya, took to Instagram to share a body positive video with her 2.2 million followers.

In the clip, the Guelph, Ont.-native filmed herself in her bathroom wearing a cheetah print crop top and grey gym shorts. She posed for the camera, pursed her lips and snapped her waistband against her hips to highlight her natural body.

On the screen, the self-love advocate typed the words "Not all curves are t*** and a**" to draw attention to the fact that certain parts of the female body are praised, while others are not.

In the caption, Landry opened up about loving her authentic self.

"Why are some curves praised and others torn down? Gonna praise my curves today just where they are. Because hating on them is like, the worst," she wrote.

In the comments, fans thanked the social media star for showing them that curves are normal and are nothing to be ashamed about.

"I’ll take ‘em all, all the curves," wrote "Cityline" host Tracy Moore.

"Truer words have never been spoken," commented someone else.

"You are the best! Love your content and appreciate it all. All curves should be loved!" shared a fan.

"Yes! I was literally having this conversation with a friend earlier. Why aren’t all curves celebrated? Thank you for this post!" penned a follower.

"Yeah why is that?! Gosh I love how you ask questions about things that have just 'been' and challenge them," added another.

Earlier this week, the influencer took to Instagram to share an empowering message about "leaking" and other bodily functions that have been deemed shameful by society or the media.

In the caption of her post, the "Papaya Podcast" host told fans that "support" is necessary after she revealed that she received "pelvic floor therapy" after peeing her pants while jumping on a trampoline with her kids.

"I know we are uncomfortable talking about it. Blood, pee, leaks. But, how will we find support if we don’t talk about it? I’ve been wearing leakproof undies, comfortable bras underwear because in the end decided for me: supported is best," she said.

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