Australian Olympian has responded to the backlash she acquired on social media for posting an “insane” nude breastfeeding picture in a since expired Instagram story as she carried out a handstand.
Torah Bright – one of Australia’s most decorated Winter Olympians, confirmed off her toned physique in a photograph she posted on her Instagram on Sunday, May 9.
Bright, 34, is seen within the picture sporting solely her panties whereas doing a handstand. Her 10-month-old son, Flow, is seen kneeling to breastfeed as she holds the upside-down place.
The Winter Olympian, who earned a gold and silver medal within the snowboard halfpipe, captioned the picture: “Becoming a mom has unleashed one thing within me.
“It’s deeply spiritual. It’s primal. It’s raw. It’s fierce. It is pure. I am mother.”
Her submit earned her praises and criticisms.
One person wrote: “I just don’t get the need to seek attention and post photos of everything you do. I just don’t get it.”
Another added, “My first question is – why?? Sure I get it’s natural & a beautiful thing – but I don’t post my first bowel movement of the day standing on 1 leg. Same thing?”
Bright hit again on the merciless feedback, after admitting studying them “made her sad”.
She wrote on her Instagram Story: “In my world, moms must be one another’s cheer leaders (it’s exhausting sufficient). Embrace our quirkiness and discovering the enjoyment in each sh***y factor that’s motherhood.
“We all do it differently. It is not wrong or right. Motherhood is pure. I only now consider myself a Wonder Woman because I have joined the sacred MOTHERS club with you. Nothing but respect to all mothers.”
Bright instructed her followers she was not “looking for praise,” as a substitute saying she “walks this earth to the beat of my own drum, led by my nutrition and search for love and joy … obviously.”
She additionally associated to a quote from Mary Poppins that reads: “In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun and snap, the job’s a game.”
The famend Olympic athlete shares Flow together with her husband, fellow snowboarder Angus Thomson.
She is Australia’s most profitable athlete in Winter Olympic historical past.