Don’t worry about Florence B’s boobs, baby.
The Oscar Nominated Actor She took to Instagram on Sunday to shut down hateful opinions about the sheer Valentino dress she proudly wore at the Valentino Haute Couture fashion show over the weekend in Rome.
In a powerful post, BOOG Shared photos of herself as she wore a fuchsia lacy gown, which revealed her nipples, and declared that she had no “wink” of concern about wearing it before, during, or after the event.
“Listen, I knew when I wore this gorgeous Valentino dress that there was no way there would be no commentary on it. Whether it was negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing,” “do not worry my love” Star Books.
“The interesting thing to watch and witness is how easy it is for men to completely destroy a woman’s body, in public, and with pride, for all to see. You even do it with the job titles and work emails on your resume…?”
Since emerging as one of Hollywood’s brightest new stars, Pugh has never been one to hold back from online scrutiny. In May, the 26-year-old artist called out the media for spreading false dating rumors about her and her “Midsomar” co-star Will Poulter. She also has Publicly refuse to criticize About her relationship with 47-year-old actor Zach Braff.
“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, what’s concerning is how vulgar some men are,” a statement.
“Fortunately, I’ve dealt with the intricacies of my body making me happy. I’m happy with all the ‘flaws’ I couldn’t bear to look at when I was 14. You must be embarrassed by being ‘flat chested’. I’ve lived in my body for so long. I I am fully aware of my chest size and am not afraid of it.”
At the end of her comment, Pugh explained that it was always her “job in the industry to say ‘f – it and f – that’ ‘when pressed’ to have an opinion about what is sexy or sexually attractive.” The bold message was peppered with an equally defiant hashtag: #freethef— nipple.
“Makes me wonder what happened to you until I am satisfied with the extreme discomfort of my breasts and body,” she wrote. “I’m so thankful that I grew up in a home with women who are so strong, strong, plump. We were brought up finding strength in the creases of our bodies. Being vocal about being comfortable.
“I wore this dress because I know. If it’s so easy for you to offend women in public in 2022, the answer is you don’t know. Act with maturity. Respect people. Respect bodies. Respect all women. Respect human beings. Life will become easier.” A lot, I promise. And all because of two cute little nipples…”
Shortly after Pugh said her piece, former “Bridgerton” star Regé-Jean Page shared her post on Instagram Story. He repeated the phrase “What. Is. So. Terrifying” and encouraged his millions of followers to read Pugh’s full notes.
“Take a look at yourself guys,” Page wrote, according to a photo he posted Sixth page.
“Then take a look at your mates and step things up when it’s time to step forward. When the boys get out of line, speak the word. The strange thing about misogyny is that men actually listen to other men, so do your part, because the next few years especially It would be a good time to listen and take some responsibility for everyone else.”
Other actors who rallied for Pugh in the comments section of her post include Aubrey Plaza, Dan Levy, Nicola Coughlan, Gemma Chan, Ariana DeBose, Joey King, beautiful beautiful.
“You are a magical queen and we do not deserve you,” answered Alumba Jamil, “The good place.”
“You’re really cool,” wrote the star king of “The Kissing Booth.” You explain what many feel but cannot express.
“Hipster-friendly explorer. Award-winning coffee fanatic. Analyst. Problem solver. Troublemaker.”