When news broke the former glamour model and wife of Pete Evans, Nicola Robinson, had removed her ‘toxic’ breast implants, the paleo loving brunette shared even more about herself on social media.
Robinson, 40, explained that she was always attracted to female bodies, particularly, ‘bewwwwbs’ when she was growing up.
"When I was a little tracker & right into my teens too, I felt like I was more of a boy than a girl! I begged my Mum for short hair & I tried desperately to be accepted by my three older brothers, mostly by exuding boyish behaviour & imitating everything they did, including their love of skateboarding, nudie girl mags, motorbikes &V8s!" Robinson wrote.
"I also thought I was meant to be a boy because I was so innately into bewwwwbs, especially big ones! I never spoke about it, because I thought it wasn't at all normal & I desperately didn't want anyone to think I was a weirdo, plus I already felt like I didn't quite fit in, so confessing my feelings seemed like a totally unsafe option! Back then I was just completely & utterly fascinated by the female form & not at all interested in boys, unless of course they were fluffy & had four legs! I'm still deeply in awe of everything that represents, embodies & exudes the sacred feminine & by no means do I ever now feel like I'm a weirdo for endlessly loving one of life's most celestial creations, but I'm definitely wholeheartedly into my glorious husband now too!"
The post has been met with plenty of praise from Nicola’s followers who applauded her honesty.
This article originally appeared on New Idea
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