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Pink Turns Off Comments To Avoid Mom-Shaming After Sharing Topless Photo From Family Swim

When it comes to mom-shaming, each celeb has their own way of dealing with the haters. Some are pros at savage clap backs, while others take the high road and choose to ignore the trolls. After facing countless instances of mom-shaming over the past year, Pink decided to silence them for good.

Pink has always shared her authentic and honest self with her fans when it comes to parenting.

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She knows that parenting is rarely perfect and isn't afraid to discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly.

She's given us insight into her life as a mom and an entertainer.

Being a full-time singer and a full-time mom often means breastfeeding your baby in the makeup chair.

Sadly, when it comes to mom-shaming, Pink is no stranger to the online phenomenon.

Her Instagram posts especially have been the target of trolls and haters, and it seems to have become more brutal over the past year.

Pink has been shamed for simply sharing normal family moments.

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When she shared this photo of her family eating dinner, the haters slammed her for "broadcasting" a private family moment.

She also blasted the tabloids for saying that she "cancelled" shows for a beach day with her kids.

Pink set the record straight real fast and said that their beach day had always been a planned break.

She went on to explain that the shows were postponed because she and both her kids were sick.

Not that it's the tabloids' business, but she cleared the situation up quickly.

Earlier this year, people called her out for posting a photo of her son without his diaper.

She later edited the photo, but not without calling out the haters first. "There’s something seriously wrong with a lot of you out there. Going off about my baby’s penis? About circumcision??? Are you for real?" she said.

However, that didn't stop the trolls from commenting on this picture which showed Willow and Jameson running through a Holocaust memorial on a recent trip to Berlin.

"Please keep your hatred and judgment to yourselves," Pink wrote in a response on Instagram.

She opened up about how emotional it was to read the comments after sharing that photo of her son.

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"I cried so hard after that because I like to share my family. It’s my proudest moment. I’m prouder of my kids than anything I’ve done in my whole life," she said.

Since that interview, Pink has decreased the amount of posts about her kids, or shares photos where their faces aren't visible.

She said part of her decision also had to do with the fact that her daughter is getting older now and needs to create her own identity free from social media.

The backlash had become so intense that she even said she would stop posting photos of her kids on social media.

In an emotional interview on Ellen earlier this year, Pink said that the comments were really starting to get to her and hurt her.

If you're a fan of Pink and love commenting on her pics, don't fret.

It looks like she's only disabling comments on personal or family-related photos. Her most recent post from a restaurant in Italy had the comments back on.

Now it seems that Pink is trying out a new method to keep the haters quiet.

She shared a photo of her and her husband, Carey Hart, enjoying a family swim. You can see Pink's daughter in the water, and it appears that Pink is not wearing a top.

The singer chose to disable the comments for this photo in an effort to stop any mom-shaming.

Even though the comments were turned off, the photo still racked up over 500,000 likes on Instagram.

The comments were also disabled for another series of photos taken around Europe from the family's recent trip.

Pink has been vocal about ending online bullying and hate.

It looks like she keeps finding positive ways to shut down the haters and live her best life. Go, Pink!