ROSANNA Davison has shared a powerful message about women’s safety in the wake of the murder of young teacher Ashling Murphy. and how she cares for her own daughter.
The former Miss World warned there was “another reason to worry” as “another innocent child’s life” was lost.
Young elementary school teacher, 23 years old, died after being ferocious attack when out for a run on a canal in Co Offaly.
Rosanna expressed her fear for her daughter Sophia, now two years old, growing up in a world where such bad events happen.
The mother of three posted: “I’ve been thinking about Ashling Murphy all day and feel just as sad, angry and frustrated as everyone else.
“Really can’t say a word. Another innocent childhood life was lost.
“Another reason to worry about your mother, sister, aunt, female friend.
“And another layer of anxiety for those of us raising our daughters.
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“Sending all my love to Ashling’s family and friends. REST IN PEACE.”
Along with her tribute, she shared a black and white image with a quote from Margaret Atwood, writer Margaret Atwood of The Handmaid’s Tale.
The content reads: “Men are afraid of women laughing at them. Women fear that men will kill them – Margaret Atwood. ”
Many followers agreed with the influencer on the “heartbreaking” news and said that “enough is enough”.
One said: “Absolutely Rosanna. This violence needs to stop! We don’t necessarily talk to our daughters that because their tops are tight or their skirts are a bit short, it could somehow attract the wrong attention or that they deserved what happened. Enough is enough.”
Rosanna agrees with her, emphasizing that there are a lot of “kind, gentle men” out there but that this is an issue that “affects us all”.
Another shared: “I 100% agree. It’s a scary world for women and an even scarier world in which we raise our daughters.
“I fear for what the future holds for the young girls of the future.
“We women need to feel safe and protected enough and something needs to be done.
“As women, we shouldn’t feel ashamed to wear certain clothes, etc. We should be allowed to wear what we want and not be judged and still feel safe.
“Ashling of death was an absolute and horrifying tragedy. A beautiful young girl was taken from our world before her life even began.
“We can’t paint all men with the same brush but there are certainly some wicked evil men who have no problem hurting innocent women and girls.”
While another added: “Can’t say better…. It feels exactly the same.”
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