Warning: This article contains language that may be triggering to some readers.
An Australian influencer who shares body positivity pics of herself in a bikini has given a glimpse into the horrendous trolling she receives from commenters on Instagram.
Karina Irby has over a million followers on the photo-sharing app and regularly posts photos of her unedited body, including cellulite and natural tummy.
Her heartwarming and often amusing captions about self-love have garnered her a lot of devoted fans, but also attracted horrendous comments, often from anonymous trolls.
Irby recently shared a series of comments she's received over the last few months, including that she's a "fat bitch", "disgusting" and would "never be loved".
"You should get a gig as a spokesperson for a cottage cheese brand," one comment read.
One commenter, who goes by the IG handle 'A nice guy with a cause', called her "fat and crusty."
"No man could ever love you with damage skin like that," he added.
"You should just end it all ASAP."
"Disgusting. Fat bitch. Go eat a carrot," wrote another.
Irby wrote in the caption she was "naming and shaming " the nasty commenters to make a point about online bullying.
"I want to show you that mean and hurtful words are simply just that... words," she wrote.
"Please never let another person's unasked for, triggering remarks get under your skin. Stand tall and let your confidence embarrass them.
"I already have enough going on under my skin (literally) that there's no room for more."
Irby's followers were quick to tell her they found her posts inspiring and to keep them coming.
"I struggle with body dysmorphia so bad so this is refreshing," one person commented on a recent bikini photo.
"You're gorgeous and I appreciate all of your posts," added another.
"Love your genuine personality and love your ass!" wrote another.