Rege-Jean Page Responds After Florence Pugh Denounces Anti-Nipple Body-Shamers!

I’m not in for it! Florence Pugh received criticism because her nipples were exposed through the transparent fabric when she shone in pink while attending the Valentino Couture fashion show, but she isn’t taking it lying down.

“Listen, I knew there would undoubtedly be a commentary on that stunning Valentino dress when I wore it. Whether it was nice or bad, we all knew what we were doing, the 26-year-old Hawkeye actress remarked on Sunday, July 10 while posting photos from the red carpet. “I was eager to wear it; not a single fiber of my being was anxious. Before, during, or even now after, I wasn’t.

What’s been fascinating to observe, she continued, “is how simple it is for guys to completely demolish a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for everyone to see. What’s frightening is how vulgar some of you males can be. It’s not the first time and probably won’t be the last time a woman will hear what’s wrong with her body from a crowd of strangers.

Pugh further shared her experiences with dealing with naysayers while wearing the pink tulle dress at the Valentino show on Saturday, July 9 at Paris Couture Fashion Week.

“Thank goodness, I’ve accepted the characteristics of my body that make me who I am. The Little Women actress said, “I’m satisfied with all of the ‘flaws’ that I couldn’t bear to look at when I was 14.”

“So many of you wanted to tell me in a confrontational way how disappointed you were in my “small tits” or how I should be ashamed of having such a “flat-chested” physique. I’ve spent a lot of time living in my body. I am not afraid of my breast size because I am completely aware of it.

Rege-Jean Page Responds After Florence Pugh Denounces Anti-Nipple Body-Shamers!

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She continued, “What. Is very frightening. What changed for you to be so content with being so vocally outraged about the size of my boobs and figure, I wonder?

Nicola Coughlan, Aubrey Plaza, Ariana DeBose, and Joey King, among others, from Bridgerton, praised Pugh’s candor after she criticized the uproar around showing a woman’s nipple. For his part, Regé-Jean Page distributed a note urging other men to be better allies.

Look at yourselves, fellas. The Gray Man star, 34, shared Pugh’s original post along with a clapping emoji on Sunday through Instagram Story. “Then look at your friends and step up when it’s time to step up,” she added. Have a chat with the lads when they are acting up.

Do your part because the upcoming years, in especially, are going to be a really wonderful time to listen and take responsibility, for everyone’s sake, he continued, “The odd thing about misogyny is guys genuinely listen to other men.”

The British actress made it plain that she loves herself just the way she is and that neither she nor Pugh are interested in regulating women’s bodies.

“I’m really appreciative that I was raised by strong, powerful, curvy women. We were taught to find strength in our body’s creases, the Midsommar actress said in the conclusion of her Sunday post. To declare loudly that you are at ease.

F—k it and f—k that whenever someone expects my body to change into an opinion of what’s hot or sexually beautiful has always been my purpose in this business. Be mature. Regard others. Honor the body. esteem all females. esteem people. I guarantee that things will get a whole lot simpler. Pugh has already put an end to those who shamed her for having “chunky” thighs.

I’m sorry. Isolating my “chunky” thighs doesn’t contribute to a more inclusive Hollywood. The actress, who has been dating Zach Braff since December 2019, tweeted in May 2019: “In fact, that’s part of the problem. “I do hope people get more out of [Fighting With My Family] than the size of my hams,” the author said.

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