I saw a clip from this video on Twitter, and looked at the comments. I know, never look at the comments, right? Anyway, the first comment I see is a woman raving about how wonderful it is that she’s putting out a product that can be used by all women. Women of every race, shade, color, tone. That even if its just make-up, its bringing women together.
That’s a great comment and one I agree with.
Then I kept reading. I’d say about 30% of the comments were positive- from bringing women together to look how far she’s come! Okay, that’s all good. But the rest of the comments. Were. All. About. Her Tits.
OMG Why isn’t she wearing a bra?
NGL, all I could see was her tits….
So indecent. If its about the make-up why are her tits out?
Of course I’m paraphrasing, but that’s the gist of it. People getting upset on the internet over a successful, confident woman who chooses not to wear a bra. Have they seen her at any other time? She goes braless a lot. Hell, I go braless a lot and my breasts are nowhere near as beautiful and perky as hers. My mom goes braless whenever she doesn’t have to work.
And guess what?
It doesn’t matter!
No one is going to die because there’s some free-balling breasts out there. Nothing terrible is going to happen, besides some bad attitudes from people who believe women should be ashamed of their bodies. People who believe women should always fulfill some silly social construct of appropriate and pretty.
Wear a bra. Don’t wear a bra. I don’t care. Its your body and your choice and fuck the people that think they should be able to dictate what you wear. And Rihanna? Rock on with your bad self. The rest of you ladies? Stop tearing each other down over the state of your tits. Please.