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Florence Pugh tells ‘vulgar’ men to ‘grow up’ over her see-through dress

Florence Pugh stated, “I’m well aware of my breast size and am not terrified of it.” Florence Pugh has a simple question for the s*xist trolls up in arms about her see-through dress: “Why are you so terrified of breasts?”

The “Black Widow” star powerfully addressed the commentary spreading around the entirely translucent bright pink tulle Valentino gown she rocked at the Friday brand’s haute couture show in Rome. Follow our website, newsyblogy.com, for the latest updates!!!!!

In an Instagram post on Sunday, accompanying photographs from the event, she stated, “Not a wink of me felt nervous.” “I wasn’t before, throughout, or even now after.”

She noted that many of her detractors post their “job titles and work emails” on their accounts, adding, “What’s been remarkable to see and witness is just how easy it is for guys to absolutely demolish a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for everyone to see.”

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Pugh pictured arriving at the Valentino Haute Couture Fall/Winter ’22/’23 fashion show on July 8 in Rome.

She first debuted the gown on Instagram on Saturday, accompanied by the remark “Technically they covered,” which enough to meet the platform’s famously rigorous and often unfairly penalizing nudity policy.

Pugh added that some of the replies included people letting her know “how disappointed you were by my “tiny tits” or that she “should humiliated by so “flat-chested.”

The harsh comments, though, haven’t rattled Pugh’s confidence.

“I’ve spent a long time in my body. I’m well aware of my breast size and not terrified of it,” she stated. What’s more troubling is… Why you so terrified of breasts? Small? Large? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe none? What. Is. So. Terrifying.”

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The Oscar contender claimed she attributed her self-acceptance to how she trained “to find power in the folds of our body” among a home of “very strong, powerful, curvaceous women.”

Her upbringing has inspired how Pugh has pushed back against poisonous beauty standards in Hollywood, particularly the expectation that her body should “morph into a notion of what’s hot or s*xually attractive.”

Anna Wintour and Pugh spotted together during the Valentino fashion presentation.
Pugh has previously remarked about the less conservative attitudes toward nudity in America as opposed to her home in England, noting her surprise at how audiences here are “quite afraid of buttocks and nipples.”

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