Chiara Ferragni insultata per strada: “Perchè succedono queste cose?”
Scritto da: Redazione
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Chiara Ferragni è solita rispondere ai suoi fan e così ha fatto anche nelle ultime ore con un lungo post su Instagram. L’imprenditrice digitale ha raccontato cosa le è successo nelle ultime ore con una una donna per strada.
Avrà avuto circa 40 anni e dopo avermi visto ha detto alla figlia gridando “Non diamole attenzioni guarda com’è brutta senza trucco”.
L’influencer ha raccontato di aver guardato quasi sotto shock la donna e di aver pensato “perché le persone devono sempre criticarti? Perché sono sempre le donne a farlo? Soprattutto contro altre donne?”
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Yesterday, while I was getting out of a cab to go to work, a woman surprised me with an awful comment. She was probably in her 40s and, after she saw me, she told her daughter (who was probably around 8) in a very loud way: “don’t even give her attention, did you see she looks like shit without makeup on”. My reaction was just looking at her in shock for such a rude and loud comment, and that feeling stayed with me the whole day. I kept asking myself why people have to talk shit about others, and why do people always have to criticize the way you look, more than anything else? And why do women do this the most, and against other women? In a poll I made on Instagram stories on Tuesday, after my sister @valentinaferragni was “socially attacked” for not wearing a model size I asked my followers if they’ve ever felt bad for bad comments about their physical appearance: 89% of you said yes. Isn’t this crazy? In a world where we all have felt judged for the way we look and where we’ve all, at least at times, felt victims of a beauty standard that we couldn’t live up to and felt bad about ourselves for other’s comments, why do we often do the same? We know the feeling of not feeling the 100% best version of ourselves, so why trying to make others feel bad as well? Why would a mum tell her daughter that another woman looks like shit without makeup on (and I felt so cute that morning 😅) instead of teaching her that beauty comes from within, from self confidence and self love? That everybody is beautiful in their own way, that a “model standard of beauty” doesn’t exist anymore? That a fresh face and a real smile is better than any kind of makeup? That’s what I will teach to my son, that’s what I try to tell you everyday on my social media. Real women support each other. Together, we can make a difference. It starts with baby steps: try to tell yourself something good about your body everyday. And try to empower others around you, instead of tearing them down #BodyShamingIsForLosers #Sisterhood
Una riflessione, uno sfogo che nasce anche dopo gli insulti rivolti in questi giorni alla sorella Valentina per la sua forma fisica.
Perché una mamma dovrebbe dire a sua figlia che un’altra donna è brutta senza trucco? Ognuno non è bello a modo suo e non ci sono più gli standard di bellezza?
Pensieri che invitano a dare maggiore peso a quello che si dice, sia sui social che nella vita di tutti i giorni.