British actress Florence Pugh called for a body-shaming troll on Instagram after posting an image of herself in a skimpy dress and flooded with negative comments.
26-year-old ugh wore a light pink Valentino dress with a visible chest at the latest catwalk show at a fashion house in Rome.
On Sunday night, Pew aimed for a troll on Instagram. Her Instagram shared dissatisfaction with her decision to wear her skimpy gown.
With a picture of himself in a dress showing his chest, Pew wrote:
what. teeth. yes.That’s horribleFlorence Pugh
“Whether it was negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing.
“I was excited to wear it, my wink wasn’t nervous. I wasn’t before, above, or even after.
“What was interesting to see and witness was how easy it is for a man to destroy a woman’s body publicly and proudly so that everyone can see it.
“You do it even with your title and work email in your career ..?
“This isn’t the first time, and it’s certainly not the last time a woman hears what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers. What’s worrisome is how vulgar some of the men are. That is.
“Thankfully, I agreed with the complexity of my body. I’m happy with all the” defects “that I couldn’t bear to see when I was 14.
“So many of you wanted to be willing to let me know how disappointed my” little boobs “were or how embarrassed to be” flat breasts “.
“I have lived in my body for a long time. I completely know the size of my chest and am not afraid of it.
grow up. Respect people. Respect the body. Respect all women. Respect humans.Life will be much easier, I promiseFlorence Pugh
“I’m even more worried … Why are you so scared of your chest? Small? Big? Left? Right? Only? Maybe none?
“What. Yes. It’s scary.
“Satisfied with the loud upset of my boobs and body size, I wonder what happened to you.
“I am very grateful that I grew up in a family with very strong, strong and winding women. We were raised to find power in the wrinkles of our bodies.
“Speak out loud about comfort. My mission in this industry is whenever someone expects my body to turn into a hot or sexually appealing opinion,” f *. ** it and f *** that “.
“I wore that dress because I knew it.
“If it’s very easy for you to publicly abuse women in 2022, the answer is that you don’t know.
“Grow up. Respect people. Respect the body. Respect all women. Respect humans. Life will be much easier, I promise.
Look at your peers.Next, look at your friends and step up when it’s time to step up.Regé-Jean Page
“And thanks to two cute little nipples …
“Oh! The last slide is for those who feel more comfortable by covering that 1 inch of dark skin …
“# F *** ingfreethef *** ing nipple.”
Bridgerton actor Regé-Jean Page joined the conversation and endorsed Pew’s message.
Taking up his Instagram story, the 34-year-old page reposted an image of Pew wearing a dress and echoing her post. teeth. yes. That’s horrible? The emoji of the clapping hand follows.
Below the image, he added: “(Read the captions. Look at your peers. Then look at your peers and step up when it’s time to step up.
“If the boys aren’t in line, please give us a word.
“The strange thing about misogyny is that men are actually listening to other men. Do so, especially for the next few years, it’s really good to listen and take responsibility for everyone. It will be time. Safe. “
Thousands of supportive comments were left on Pew’s post, including comments from Derry Girls actress Nicola Coughlan.