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“Mature. Respect the people. Respect the bodies. Respect women”

When Florence Pugh attended the last Valentino show in Rome, on the steps of the Spanish Steps, she knew her stylistic choice would be controversial. To get to know the brand’s new haute couture collection, she opted to wear a fuchsia tulle dress from the house led by Pier Paolo Piccioli: “Thank you again to my team, my precious team, for making my pink princess dreams come true,” she wrote then on his Instagram account, in which he accumulates 7.6 million people. The princess’s dream led to viral hate on social networks when countless users saw the right to let her know that they did not like her breasts. “Listen, I knew when I wore that amazing Valentino dress that there was no way there weren’t going to be comments on it. Whether negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing. I was excited to wear it, not a part of me was nervous. I was not before, during and not even after ”, Florence Pugh has now written in a new publication in which she has wanted to denounce the harassment to which she has been subjected. “What has been interesting to see and witness is just how easy it is for men to destroy a woman’s body, in public, with pride, for all to see. Even doing it with their titles or work emails in her biography? ”. It has been interesting to see how easy it is for men to destroy a woman’s body, in public, with pride, for all to see. She has not wanted to be silenced and has used her loudspeaker to point out the behavior that has often been considered inevitable: “It is not the first time, and it certainly will not be the last, that a woman hears what is wrong with her body from a crowd of strangers, the worrying thing is how vulgar some men can be, “added the interpreter. “Fortunately I have come to terms with the complexities of my body that make me me, me. I’m happy with all the ‘flaws’ that I couldn’t stand when I was 14. Many of you have aggressively wanted to let me know how disappointed you were in my ‘tiny boobs’ or how embarrassed I should be about being ‘flat chested’. I have lived in my body for a long time. I am fully aware of the size of my chest and I am not afraid of it. What worries me the most is… why are you so scared of breasts? Little ones? Large? Left? Law? Only one? Maybe none?” A convinced feminist, Pugh does not hesitate to denounce any situation, as she told this magazine last year: “I think a lot about women and how during our lives we are told either that we do not do it well or that we will never have the power to do it. It has happened to me”. She now seeks to be an example for new generations, she explained on Instagram: “I am grateful because I grew up in a home with women with strong and powerful curves. We were raised to find power in the folds of our bodies. To raise our voice and feel comfortable. It’s always been my mission in the industry to say ‘fuck you and fuck you’ to anyone who expects my body to morph into an opinion of what’s sexy or attractive. I wore that dress because I know. Grow up. Respect the people. Respect the bodies. Respect all women. Respect human beings. Life will become much better, I promise you, ”concluded the actress, who added the hashtag #fuckingfreethenipple to her message. Florence Pugh, in a fuchsia Valentino dress. Photo: getty images Continue reading Florence Pugh: «Scarlett Johansson told me: ‘You’re 22 years old. It’s time to go all out”

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