Actor Florence Pugho has written a long note calling on those who criticized her and shamed her for wearing a see-through dress. Last week, Florence wore the pink tulle dress for Valentino’s show in Rome. Later, she posted pictures of herself on Instagram and several social media users put her to shame. (Read also | Scarlett Johansson on passing Black Widow mantle on to Florence Pugh: ‘I definitely felt this way from the start’†
In her latest Instagram post, Florence shared a few more photos of herself in the sheer dress. She captioned her post: “Listen, I knew when I wore that incredible Valentino dress there was no way I couldn’t comment on it. Whether negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing. I was excited to wear it no wink from me was nervous I hadn’t been before, during or even now What was interesting to watch and see is how easy it is for men to fully explore a woman’s body destroy, in public, with pride, for all to see. You even do it with your job titles and work emails in your bio.. It is not the first time and certainly not the last time a woman has been crowd hears what’s wrong with her body from strangers, what’s disturbing is how vulgar some of you men can be. Luckily I’ve come to terms with the intricacies of my body that make me, me. I’m happy with all the ‘flaws’ I could I can’t look at it when I was 14 used to be.”
“So many of you wanted to aggressively let me know how disappointed you were by my ‘small tits’, or how I should be ashamed of being so ‘flat on the chest’. I’ve lived in my body for a long time. aware of my bust size and am not afraid of it. What is more concerning is…. Why are you so afraid of breasts? Small? Big? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe none? What. Is. So. Terrifying I wonder what happened to you to be so content with being upset so loudly by the size of my b**bs and body.. I am very grateful that I grew up in a household with very strong , powerful , curvy women We were raised to find strength in the folds of our bodies To be loud about being comfortable It has always been my mission in this industry to f*** it and f*** that’ to say when someone expects my body to turn into an opinion of what’s hot or sexually attractive,” continued they.
“I wore that dress because I know. If you are loudly insulting women in public in 2022, the answer is it’s you who don’t know. Grow up. Respect people. Respect bodies. Respect all women Respect people Life will be a lot easier I promise And all thanks to two cute little nipples… Oh! The last slide is for those who are more comfortable with that inch of dark skin that needs to be covered.. he concluded. her mail.
Actor Joey King wrote, “You really are so amazing. You articulate what so many feel but can’t articulate.” Actor Aubrey Plaza commented, “Okay, here’s what I said.” Jameela Jamil said, “You’re a magical damn queen and we don’t deserve you.”
Recently, Florence shared her photos in the dress on Instagram. She captioned the post: “Technically they’re covered? Feeling magical in @maisonvalentino. @pppiccioli your absolute genius. Beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful evening. Thanks again, my beautiful team, for making my pink princess dreams come true. ” In response to the post, several Instagram users complained about her outfit choice. One person wrote, “Bro am I the only one who things this isn’t okay?” “Absolutely hate this awakened generation. It’s the most UNSHOCKED, selfish generation of them all. I mean holy nonsense. Self-respect. Anyone got it? comment.
Another person wrote: “Technically you need a bra…” “Technically you show your boobs to underage kids. There’s a reason there’s no nudity on IG,” read one comment. “Wear a dress that leaves something to the imagination instead of showing the world your chest and nobody will say something mean. Because this dress is pretty nasty. And you KNEW people would talk about it, that’s why you wore it. And you KNOW I said what I said,” said another Instagram user.