Runner Responds to Boob-Shamer in Best Way Possible

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Michelle Kirk says she plans on competing in the New York City Marathon this November.

She's unlikely to come out on top in the race, but that's okay. She's already a winner in our eyes!

Runner Response

A mother from Florida, Kirk was out for a jog in her neighborhood on Monday, running while pushing her 18-month old daughter in a stroller.

For some disgusting reason, a random passer-by decided to use this as an opportunity to say something about Kirk’s breasts.


Who knows why. Why is Kim Kardashian famous, some might ask?

Fortunately, Kirk responded to the sexist diss in the most admirable way possible.

“To the nasty old man who stopped me mid run to inform me that I need to get a better sports bra because my boobs are sagging and will only sag more if I continue to run … f--k you,” the 28-year-old wrote on Facebook.

She included with it the photo above, just in case this loser was more of a virtual learner.

“You are the reason why women have insecurities," she added.

"If you don’t like the way my boobs ‘sag’ when I run, then don’t look!

"I will NEVER stop doing what I love and I love myself way too much to have your hate bring me down!”

Amen, Michelle!


A preschool teacher assistant, Kirk tells Us Weekly that the stranger caught her totally off guard.

She explained the situation thusly:

“He said, ‘For what it’s worth, you should really get a different sports bra because your boobs are already sagging and if you continue to run with all the bouncing that I see them doing, your muscle fibers will break down, and they will sag really far south.’”

Kirk made a crack about her non-saggy bra being in the wash. She then ran away.

And while she didn't set out to be a role model, Kirk concluded to the tabloid:

"No one deserves to be brought down by someone else."