On July 8, Valentino debuted its most recent couture collection, and it was a moment, in case you managed to miss your favorite celebrities dancing about in provocative, Barbie-pink gowns. Florence Pugh, Ariana DeBose, Ashley Park, and Anne Hathaway were just a few of the well-known people that attended the occasion at Rome’s Spanish Steps. Each of the actors wore pink Valentino gowns with matching platform shoes, but it was Pugh’s look that attracted the most misogynistic remarks from online trolls, as the Don’t Worry, Darling star recognized (and swiftly called out) in an Instagram post on July 10.

Florence Pugh Reacting to The “Loudly Abusive” Response To Her Sheer Dress - COMPLETE DETAILS!

Pugh claimed she wasn’t “nervous” about wearing the sheer dress, but it was “interesting” to witness males react to the clothing and her body by “completely destroying a woman’s body, openly, proudly, for everyone to see.” You even include your job titles and work email addresses in your bio, right?


The Oscar nominee said, “What’s disturbing is just how vulgar some of you males can be.” Pugh continued by outlining her own experiences with body image. She added, “I’m OK with all of the ‘flaws’ that I couldn’t stand to look at when I was 14.” “So many of you wanted to tell me outright how upset you were by my “small tits” or how I should be ashamed of having such a “flat chest.” I’ve spent a lot of time living in my body. I am not afraid of my breast size since I am completely aware of it.

Pugh claimed that being up “in a family with really strong, robust, curvaceous women” helped her survive the demands of the Hollywood beauty industry. She stated, “That has always been my objective in this business to say ‘fck it and fck that’ whenever somebody expects my physical appearance to transform into an opinion of what’s sexy or sexually alluring. I knew why I wore that outfit. If publically abusing women in a loud manner in 2022 is so simple for you, then the problem lies with you.

Florence Pugh Reacting to The “Loudly Abusive” Response To Her Sheer Dress - COMPLETE DETAILS!

Pugh received a tonne of support from followers and other celebs for her initiative to #freethenipple. “RESPECT. Period,” said DeBose, a fellow pink-clad star of Pugh. Nicola Coughlan from Bridgerton said, “Adore you.” Regé-Jean Page, a fellow Bridgerton graduate, used his Instagram story to support Pugh’s message and respond to her male detractors and their friends.

Look at yourselves, fellas. When it’s time to act, go to your friends for guidance, he advised. Have a chat with the lads when they are acting up. Do your part because the next few years, especially, are going to be a really wonderful time to listen and take responsibility, for everyone’s sake. The strange thing about sexism is that guys genuinely listen to other men.

Pugh has already used her position to denounce body shaming. She objected to the Evening Standard’s review of Fighting with My Family in 2019 because it called Pugh’s thighs “chunky.”

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When Pugh agreed to play Yelena Belova in Black Widow and join the Marvel Cinematic Universe, she also prioritised her body image. She told Elle in 2020, “When I received the position, I wanted to know what the regime was. “I was curious as to whether they or I was in charge. That meant a lot to me. I didn’t want to take part in something where my every move was monitored. folks checking to see whether I was in “the appropriate” shape. That’s not at all who I am.

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