Hollywood actress Florence Pugh defiantly addressed the online furor when she wore a sheer top dress to a fashion show in Rome, Italy.
Pugh said trolls attacked her online for wearing the see-through dress and made fun of her small breasts, which are visible in many photos. She made the comments in one interview with Harper’s Bazaar magazine.
“I was comfortable with my small breasts. And showing her like that – it made me worse [people] I felt comfortable,” she claimed. “It was just alarming how upset they were. They were so angry that I was confident and they wanted me to know that they would never jerk off over me. Well, don’t.”
Pugh had also posted a response to the body-shaming trolls on her Instagram.
“So many of you aggressively wanted to let me know how disappointed you were with my ‘tiny t***’ or how embarrassed I should be for being so ‘flat-chested.’ I’ve lived in my body for a long time. I’m fully aware of my breast size and not afraid of it,” she said wrote.
“More concerning is… why are you so scared of boobs?” She added, “Small? Big? Left? To the right? Only one? Maybe nobody? What.
She went on to share some life advice for those making fun of her body.
“Grow up. Respect people,” she wrote. “Respect bodies. Respect all women. Respect people. Life will get a lot easier, I promise.”
She also complained in the interview that so many people were obsessed with a sex scene featured in a trailer for her latest film, starring music star Harry Syles.
“If it boils down to your sex scenes,” she said, “that’s not why we do it. That’s not why I’m in this industry.”
Pugh is best known for her roles in the chilling horror film Midsommar and the superhero Marvel film Black Widow.
Here’s more about Pugh’s body shaming:
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https://www.theblaze.com/news/florence-pugh-trolls-sexist-breasts Actress Florence Pugh says online trolls were “angry” that she could “trust” her small boobs while wearing a sheer bodice dress