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It's the latest viral story and the Internet has done what is does best with it - create an unstoppable meme.
On Friday, writer and TEDx speaker, Robbie Tripp posted the following image on Instagramexplaining how much he loved his "curvy wife."
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His heartfelt ode to his wife and attempt at promoting a body positive image was initially praised and shared due to its progressive message.
However, the backlash soon arrived with many pointing out that it wasn't uncommon for a man to love his wife and that special prizes shouldn't be given out to men writing that they like 'curvy' women.
strong contender for least fave type of male feminist is "man who thinks liking a curvy woman is revolutionary" https://t.co/BzDhhiSHNA — Julia Pugachevsky (@Julia Pugachevsky)
As the debate wore on, more and more people found very creative and amusing ways to mock the post.
I love this woman and her curvy body. https://t.co/Xdu0LsTJUh — Karen Howell (@Karen Howell)
I love this woman and her curvy body. As a teenager, I was often teased by my friends for my attraction to girls on… https://t.co/o8Rm2MM9cs — Stephen (@Stephen)
I love this woman and her curvy body. As a teenager, I was often teased by my friends for my attraction to girls on… https://t.co/UJF87wa6mj — Father Sean Misty (@Father Sean Misty)
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