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Woman denied entry into Paris museum for low-cut dress

After being denied entry into a Paris museum because of a low-cut dress, this woman is speaking out against the sexualization of women's bodies...

09/14/2020 11:58 PM

125 comments

  • Himalayan S.
    13 hours

    I feel we should respect each other culture, I can't say it's my right to wear low cut dress wherever I want. We just have to respect each other culture

  • Flora S.
    13 hours

    Honestly today pp just want an excuse to fight nonsensical agenda on social media. Grow up if you had an invite to dress up and there was to be dressed appropriately stop shoving your assets to someone’s eye level she is not blind that she cannot see that her dress is too low. I agree it’s low and it’s weird in women supporting such non sense. grow up.😡

  • Médou A.
    a day

    Merci J’aime bien beaucoup j’aime

  • Florescu S.
    a day

    Wondering when it will be allowed to enter but-naked in the museums ...🤔

  • Dey A.
    2 days

    Going to see exhibition exhibit your large tit ? Shameless lady .

  • Suzan M.
    2 days

    Thats the rule of museum You don’t have other dress. What you want was controversy

  • Richard N.
    2 days

    I am a person with moral values.

  • Richard N.
    2 days

    Look at her breasts.

  • Jeanette G.
    2 days

    Had to be some misogynistic males cooking up that lame excuse

  • David S.
    2 days

    She could come see my musium

  • Stiliyan S.
    2 days

    Attention seeking clown. Its a freakin museum,not a bar.

  • Kiling P.
    3 days

    Because her dressing like that will attract many no. of mens into the museum even might lead to some mens irrespective of age young or old to lose interest in the artifacts shifting their focus. On a other day its okay but its corona time what to do. Maintain social distance people whether corona or not. 😀

  • Kl J.
    3 days

    Beautiful dress! 👍😊

  • Joseph F.
    3 days

    _ A woman with cleavage in a museum! Oh my God!!! Maybe she should have gone in *NAKED* and posed as a *STATUE* -- and said she was *sculpted* by a MAN! Or, maybe she should've gone in *NAKED* with a picture frame in front of her and posed as a *PAINTING* -- and said she was *painted* by a MAN! It's rather sexist to commonly have naked sculptures of women and naked paintings of women, typically done by a MAN, but to exclude a WOMAN, with merely cleavage, from entering a museum! PHONY PRUDISHNESS -- as well as BLATANT SEXISM (no matter who excluded her) -- on the part of the museum staff.

  • Yama Z.
    3 days

    She isn’t fighting for woman’s right or freedom. There are poor little girls that are been sold and abused, now that’s real problem.

  • Mostafa M.
    3 days

    Si tu veux montrer ton cul Meilleur

  • Cristian L.
    4 days

    Just wear the clothes which are appropriate for the place. I also will not wear textile shorts and slippers and then blame the museum for discrimination if they refuse to let me in.

  • Chris T.
    4 days

    How does one dress smart/sexy or fashionable/sexy and expect not to be sexualized especially while being fully aware of what visually stimulates another man or woman instinctualy? 🤔

  • Michael A.
    4 days

    You won’t be denied 🙅‍♂️ entry if you come to my place I’ll actually make that cut a lot looooonger give you the tip! 😘😝

  • Samina K.
    4 days

    mjhe lgta tha goray sary hi nangay pangay phirtay but koi aqal tameez un me bhi he. Zara comments prho 😂

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