after two days She draws attention in a transparent pink dress that reveals the nipple from Valentino At the haute couture show of the Italian fashion label in Rome, Florence Boge She speaks publicly about the “vulgar” comments – many of which are critical of her breast size – that she has received since.
On Sunday, the English actress took Instagram To recall the shameful comments men sent after wearing the revealing dress to the Valentino haute couture show in Rome on Friday night — “and all because of cute little nipples,” she noted.
“Listen, I knew when I wore this gorgeous Valentino dress that there was no way there would be no comment on it,” Black Widow Star Books. “Whether it was negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing. I was excited to wear it, and not nervous in the blink of an eye. Never before, during, or even now.”
Pugh, 26, has continued to address the torrent of comments she’s received in response to her bold looks.
“The interesting thing to watch and testify to is how easy it is for men to destroy a woman’s entire body, in public, and with pride, for all to see,” she wrote. “Do you even do that with the job titles and work emails on your resume?
“This isn’t the first and certainly won’t be the last time a woman has heard what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers,” the Oscar-nominated star continued. “What’s worrying is how rude some men can be. Fortunately, I’ve dealt with the intricacies of my body that make me, happy with all the ‘flaws’ I couldn’t bear to look at when I was 14. Many of you wanted to tell me hard how much Your disappointment with my “small breasts,” or how embarrassed I should be for being “flat chested.”
Negative feedback did not shake do not worry my love The star’s confidence, however.
“I’ve lived in my body for a long time,” Pugh wrote. “I am very aware of the size of my breasts and not afraid of them. What’s more disturbing…why are you so afraid of my breasts? Small? Big? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe nothing? What. Terrifying, it makes me wonder what happened to you” To be too happy to be loudly annoyed by the size of my breasts and my body?
“I am so grateful that I grew up in a house with very strong, strong, plump women,” she added. “We grew up finding strength in the creases of our bodies. To be comfortable out loud. It’s always been my job in this industry to say ‘f*** it and f*** that’ whenever anyone expects my body to turn into an opinion about what it is.” sexy or sexually attractive.”
The defiant Pugh didn’t taint her words as she called on men to “grow up” and stop “loudly abusing” women and their bodies.
I wore this dress because I know. If loud abuse of women in public in 2022 is too easy for you, the answer is that you’re the one who doesn’t know. grow up. I respect people. Respect the bodies. I respect all women. Respect people. Life will get a lot easier, I promise.”
Pugh’s post included a shot of her with her fingers covering her nipples “for those most comfortable with that inch of dark skin to be covered.” She also added the hashtag #F***ingFreeTheF***ingNipple”.
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