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Gabrielle Union took to Instagram on Friday to share a photo of herself naked while sitting in a makeup chair.

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The actress, 49, captioned the photo, “Naked & Unafraid. The Rebirth Will Be GLORIOUS.” She also thanked actress Lauren London who “dropped some knowledge” that Union found to be life-changing.

“PS Thank you @laurenlondon you showed up like the angel you are and dropped some knowledge & love on me that has changed the course of my life,” Union continued. “Won’t He do it. PSS THANK YOU to everyone who has taken the time to pour into me these last few months as I’ve struggled mightily. THANK YOU!!!!!”

Check out her nude pic below.

Last September, Union appeared topless on social media to share an empowering message.

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“Giving strong dancing cricket vibes but when folks ask what it feels like to be so publicly vulnerable… This right here,” she wrote at the time on Instagram, Yahoo reported. “Seriously though, if you have ever felt like you might literally die from humiliation, being vulnerable can be a challenge but lemme tell youuuuuuu, it’s actually FREEDOM. Peace & joy can live side by side with vulnerability.”

Check out Gabby dancing topless via the Instagram video below.

 

 

In June, Union shared a message about how she manages her mental health at major Hollywood events.

“As a rape survivor, I have battled PTSD for 30 years. Living with anxiety and panic attacks all these years has never been easy,” she captioned an IG post of her at the Mela Gala.

“There’s times the anxiety is so bad it shrinks my life. Leaving the house or making a left hand turn at an uncontrolled light can fill me with terror. Anxiety can turn my anticipation about a party or fun event I’ve been excited about attending (Met Ball) into pure agony. When we tell y’all what we are experiencing, please believe us the 1st time we mention it. No, it’s not like being nervous and everyone experiences and deals with anxiety differently, and that’s OK,” her post continued.

“I don’t need you to try to ‘fix’ me. I share this as I hope everyone living with anxiety knows they aren’t alone or ‘being extra.’ I see you, I FEEL you and there is so much love for you. Always. Love and light good people. Be good to each other out there,” she added.