ACTRESS Florence Pugh caused an uproar after she caught everyone’s attention in a see-through pink Valentino dress at the Italian fashion house’s haute couture show in Rome last Friday.
Pugh then addressed the “vulgar” insults via her personal Instagram on Sunday, writing: “Look, I knew when I wore this incredible Valentino dress that there would be no comment on it. Whether it’s negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing.”
She added: “It was interesting to watch and witness how easy it is for men to completely destroy a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for all to see. Do you even do this with your job titles and work emails in your bio?”
Don’t worry dear The star admitted that this “is not the first and certainly not the last time a woman will hear what is wrong with her body from a crowd of strangers.”
The English actress’s confidence was not shaken by the harsh criticism, and she continued her strong statement by asking: “Why are you so afraid of breasts? Small? Big? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe no one?
Pugh concluded her post with the advice: “Grow up. Respect people. Respect the bodies. Respect all women. Respect people. Life will get a lot easier, I promise.”
Pugh’s article shows how shameful women can backfire. The culture must be stopped immediately and the actors must not be afraid to talk about it.