Jessica Chastain shares her support for Florence Pugh
Jessica Chastain has insisted that women don’t “belong” to men.
The 45-year-old actress has thrown her support behind Florence Pugh after the ‘Black Widow’ actress attacked ‘vulgar men’ criticizing her ‘small boobs’ after she wore a sheer pink Valentino Haute Couture Italian dress . the fashion house’s fall/winter 2022 show in Rome on Friday (08.07.22).
Jessica shared Florence’s Instagram post which criticized the backlash and wrote her own caption which read, “Why is it so threatening for some men to realize that women can love our bodies without your permission?” We don’t belong to you.
Former ‘Bridgerton’ actor Rege-Jean Page had also shared Florence’s post, admitting that ‘the weird thing about misogyny’ is that men were much more likely to listen to another guy and urge them to to be called.
He wrote, “What. Is. So. Terrifying?
“Look at you guys. Then take a look at your friends and jump in when it’s time to jump in. When the boys are out of place, talk to them.
“The weird thing about misogyny is that men listen to other men. So do your part [because] the next few years in particular are [going to] be a very good time to listen and take some responsibility, for the good of all.
In her original post on Sunday (10.07.22), Florence reflected on “how easy it is” for men to destroy women’s confidence.
She wrote: “Listen, I knew when I was wearing this amazing Valentino dress that there was no way there wasn’t a comment on it. Whether negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing.
“What’s been interesting to watch and see is how easy it is for men to totally destroy a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for everyone to see. It’s not not the first time and it certainly won’t be the last time a woman hears what’s wrong with her body from a crowd of strangers what’s worrying is how some of you may be vulgar.
The ‘Little Women’ star has “accepted the intricacies” of her body and learned to “accept” the imperfections that others have pointed out.
Florence continued, “Many of you wanted to let me know in an aggressive way how disappointed you were with my ‘little t***’, or how embarrassed I should be for being so ‘flat-chested’. I have lived in my body for a long time, I know perfectly well the size of my chest and I am not afraid of it.
“We were raised to find power in the folds of our bodies, to be loud while being comfortable. It’s always been my mission in this industry to say ‘f*** it and f*** that’ whenever someone expects my body to turn into an opinion of what’s hot or sexually attractive.
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