A “fat activist” revealed the vile comments she receives from social media trolls.
Danielle Galvin, 26, claims she has received rape and death threats because she is a size 24 woman.
But while critics accused the Instagram star of “promoting obesity”, she insists she’s just living her life.
Danielle set-up her Instagram page to provide a voice for plus size women on social media.
She told the Daily Mail: “I decided to advocate for those suffering with eating disorders in larger bodies.”
Her idea has been a success, as she’s amassed 100,000 followers on the platform over the last five years.
But while many fans praise her body positive pictures, she has faced backlash over some of her posts.
The Instagrammer, who battled an eating disorder in the past, receives hundreds of comments from cruel critics.
Horrifically, the social media influencer has been sent death and rape threats in the past.
She confessed: “I have had people trolling my accounts for years and taking videos of me having fun dancing and putting them up on a fat hatred YouTube accounts and Reddit pages.
“(They post my) photos filled with thousands of comments about how I should be raped and killed.
“In the beginning it used to really get to me and I would cry and let those comments affect me.
“While it still makes me angry and sad that other cowardly humans do this to others on the internet the positive impacts and connections I have made it worth it.
“You learn to delete, block and move on.”
She said: “A fat person living their life does not promote obesity.
“I am not promoting obesity – everyone has their own bodily autonomy to do what they want with it.
“Do those who work too much, promote stress?
“Do people who have a glass of wine, promote alcoholism?
“It is messed up to think that someone simply existing should hide in a cave and not show their body.'”
Danielle isn’t the only curvy woman to receive hate on social media.
Size 20 bombshell Tess Holliday often flaunts her figure to hit back at trolls.
The model also uses a hashtag to banish body shaming and encourage positivity, adding “Eff your beauty standards” to all her Instagram posts.
Previously, she took part in a naked photoshoot to prove that the comments don’t affect her.