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"I've had do a lot of soul searching and a lot of mental work …
The remaining photos appear to fit within what Facebook allows nudity-wise.
However, Busato said she never posted any with straight-up nudity.
All this attention has been bittersweet for Busato. But there have been hateful messages hurled at the models too, digging at their weight, their lifestyle and even little details, like their hair.
(Julia Busato Photography/Facebook)Since the album went viral, Ingram has had to explain the situation to her 11-year-old daughter, which she said was a difficult thing to do."The biggest step for me has been finding a voice and a confidence to share my voice with my friends and family." She hopes that one day, she and her daughter will be able to pose in a similar photo, together. It's not sexuality."Busato said the negative comments have helped push the project even further.
Busato has a 16-year-old daughter who is eager to do the same thing. And for her, the Facebook ban is just a small setback — she says people have been reaching out eager to have their own photo taken and added to the series."Bring it on… "I just want everybody to all feel good about themselves."Haydn Watters is a Toronto-based journalist.