ESPN reporter Molly McGrath fires back at a body-shaming troll.

The reporter finished a six-hour shift on her feet covering a football game when she read a “cruel troll tweet” and decided to respond.

“Last night I was on my feet for over six hours straight, in the rain, and knew that I would only get three hours of sleep because of a last second flight change. For the first time, maybe ever, I let a cruel troll tweet about the changes of my pregnant body get to me,” McGrath writes on Instagram.

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Last night I was on my feet for over 6 hours straight, in the rain, and knew that I would only get 3 hours of sleep because of a last second flight change. For the first time, maybe ever, I let a cruel troll tweet about the changes of my pregnant body get to me. Here’s the thing: being pregnant is hard, especially as I enter my third trimester. My feet swell and hurt like I’ve never imagined and my back constantly aches. Not to mention the slew of other symptoms like nausea, heartburn, and exhaustion. I am making a HUMAN LIFE! The baby I’m carrying around could live outside of my body right now, and my strong ass body made that baby from scratch. Completely separately, the job of a sideline reporter is also hard with the travel, prep, hustle to get information, and reality that we never get into a broadcast as much as we could have contributed. But you know what, I wouldn’t change ANY of my circumstances in a second. I feel so incredibly lucky to have a job that I’m so passionate about, it makes me forget that a little human is kicking my ribs. I am proud to be a pregnant woman working full-time and I am proud that the magnitude of creating a human life has not, and will not, slow me down. Women are freaking incredible and powerful and anyone who doesn’t see that can kiss my big achey butt. 👊

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She continues by detailing the difficulties of being pregnant as she enters her third trimester, adding that her “feet swell” and her “back constantly aches.”

“I am making a HUMAN LIFE! The baby I’m carrying around could live outside of my body right now, and my strong ass body made that baby from scratch,” she says.

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The reporter also explains the additional stresses of working as a travelling reporter, which, in addition to travelling, also includes preparing for reports, information gathering and other duties.

Once her story was shared to Twitter, McGrath saw overwhelming support from other female sports reporters who have also worked through their pregnancies.

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McGrath concludes: “I am proud to be a pregnant woman working full-time and I am proud that the magnitude of creating a human life has not, and will not, slow me down. Women are freaking incredible and powerful and anyone who doesn’t see that can kiss my big achey butt. 👊”

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