British actress Florence Pugh has criticized body shaming trolls on Instagram after she received a flurry of negative comments after posting an image of herself wearing a revealing dress.
ugh, 26, wore a sheer pink Valentino dress – with her breasts clearly visible – to the fashion house’s latest catwalk show in Rome.
On Sunday night, Pugh took aim at trolls on Instagram who shared their objections to her decision to wear her revealing dress.
Alongside photos of her in a bustier dress, Pugh wrote: “Listen, I know when I’m wearing that incredible Valentino dress there’s no way there won’t be a comment on it.
What. To be. Therefore. TerribleFlorence Pugh
“Whether it’s positive or negative, we know what we’re doing.
“I was so excited to wear it, not a wink made me nervous. I wasn’t before, during or even now then.
“The interesting thing to watch and witness is how easily men completely destroy a woman’s body, openly, proudly, for all to see.
“Do you even do that with your job title and job email in your bio..?
“This is not the first time and certainly won’t be the last time a woman has heard her body be dislocated by a crowd of strangers, it is worrying that some men may be rude. to what extent.
“Thankfully, I have come to accept the intricacies of the body that makes me, me. I’m content with all the ‘flaws’ that I couldn’t stand when I was 14 years old.
“A lot of you want to provoke me about how disappointed you are with my ‘tiny breasts’, or how embarrassed I am to have such ‘small breasts’.
“I have lived in my body for a long time. I am fully aware of my breast size and am not scared about it.
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Grow up. Respect everyone. Respect the body. Respect all women. Respect people. Life will be a lot easier, I promiseFlorence Pugh
“What is more concerning is…. Why are you afraid of breasts? Small? Great? Left side? Right? Only one? Maybe there isn’t?
“What. Is. So. Terrible.
“I wonder what happened to you being content with being so noisy because of the size of my breasts and body..?
“I am so grateful that I grew up in a family with very strong, powerful and curvy women. We were raised to find strength in the wrinkles of our bodies.
“Speak out loud about comfort. My duty in this industry has always been to say ‘f*** it and f*** that’ whenever someone expects my body to morph into an opinion of what’s hot or sexual attraction.
“I wore that dress because I knew.
“If you loudly say that abusing women openly in 2022 is too easy for you, the answer is that you yourself don’t know.
“Grow up. Respect everyone. Respect for the body. Respect for all women. Respect for people. I promise that life will be a lot easier.
Please take a look at yourself. Then look at your partner and step up when it’s time to step upPage Rege-Jean
“And all because of two cute little nipples….
“Oh! The final slide is for those who feel more comfortable with dark skin covered…
“#F *** ingfreethef *** ingnipple.”
Bridgerton actor Rege-Jean Page joined the conversation and supported Pugh’s message.
On her Instagram story, Page, 34, retweeted an image of Pugh wearing the dress and repeated her post, writing: “What. To be. Therefore. Terrible? ” followed by the clapping emoji.
Underneath the image, he added: “(Read caption. Take a look at yourselves. Then look at your friends and step up when it’s time to step up.)
“When the boys are out in line, have a say.
“The weird thing about misogyny is that men actually listen to other men, so do your own thing, because the next few years in particular will be a really good time to listen and take some responsibility. , for the benefit of everyone. Safe.”
Thousands of supportive comments were left on Pugh’s post, including one from Derry Girls actress Nicola Coughlan, who wrote: “Adore you” accompanied by a colored heart emoji. pink.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/movies/florence-pugh-tells-body-shaming-trolls-to-grow-up-after-sheer-dress-reaction-41829166.html Florence Pugh tells body shaming trolls to ‘grow up’ after gorgeous dress reaction