Sharna Burgess responds to people who call her gross

Sharna Burgess responds to people who call her gross ...

Sharna Burgess, a professional dancer at Dancing With the Stars, had strong words for people saying her that her baby bump was disgusting.

Here is what happened, and what Sharna said in response

Paparazzi Photos Sharna and Brian Austin Green

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Sharna, her boyfriend and father to her baby Brian Austin Green, are all photographed out and about a lot. Most recent photographs have been of her going pretty far during her pregnancy, so her baby bump is severed, and she is extremely proud of her body right now.

Although I am not happy with seeing paparazzi during my most harrowing angles and moments, I''m so proud of that belly that I cant help but smile when I see them, according to Sharna in an Instagram story.

People have been blaming her for showing her bare belly in public, but she doesn''t understand why people are so grateful when she''s at her fittest and so ashamed when she''s pregnant.

So many people who want to talk can''t stand seeing a pregnant woman''s belly. It''s gross to them and I just dont get it. They are (mostly) OK with abs and midsections and are inawe of how fit or sexy it is, until it becomes something that is even more incredible a vessel, bringing the life of another individual. Sharna

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Sharna used screenshots of people she described as disgruntled and not only from men who prefer to see women as sexual objects, according to Sharna, adding, women say this s***, mothers say this.

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It''s great that she is pregnant, but I think it''s very deceptive to walk around like that in the streets no matter where you live. Cover up your stomach, nobody needs to see that. Your stomach sticking out like that, its just absolutely depressing. Have some respect for yourself, particularly walking into a supermarket.

I agree. I was pregnant twice, but never dressed like this. I see youre pregnant, I dont need to see your belly. She has done this her entire pregnancy. I dont get it. I''m sorry, I feel sorry to say goodbye.

Sharna continued to claim that these statements will not offender her because she is pregnant and proud and shell be flashing this belly for as long as she has it.

Being pregnant is the biggest her body has ever done, and it should be celebrated in all women.

Sharna wrote: "It''s like you.

To stay in shape, yes, is admirable and involves labor and is uplifting. But holy s***, the same applies for pregnancy. My physique is working harder than I ever had. I am grateful for this one, although I am even more grateful for it. The one that has to morph and change and stretch (beyond belief) so it can live a lifetime. A life that will one day soon be out in this world.

I love that today women are sharing their beautiful body with the rest of the world. Pregnancy is not something to be ashamed of, so why not embrace the magic? Because it''s a frightening feat what we can do, and why not just share it as you desire and are comfortable with, and allow others to do the same?

She finished by saying, not to mention, that putting the term "disgusting" in a sentence regarding pregnancy is in itself disgusting.

Sharna said she loves all of the positive feedback she receives about her baby bump, but she is amazed by how polite and gentle people are that it''s so disgusting and wrong to see a pregnant belly. F***ing wild for those who want to get it done. It''s summer and LA is hot. More and more bare bump appearances are coming your way.

Sharna and Brian are due to adopt their first child together, a baby, on July 4, 2022.

On Disney Plus, Dancing With the Stars returns for its 31st season in the fall of 2022.