Dove Cameron ARTFULLY Responds To Critics Of Sexy New Bikini Video!
Where’d this 23-year-old get so much wisdom??
Dove Cameron had an epic response to criticism over a revealing video over the weekend.
On Saturday she posted an incredibly sexy vid she recorded checking our her bikini body in a mirror. And the comments got INTENSE.
Some fans of the Disney star said she was being a bad role model for young girls, others even called her a slut!
After seeing the surprising backlash, she edited her caption to read:
“guys if i’m in a bathing suit, and i’m 23 and you’re tripping, you need to re-evaluate what trips you up. and also get more comfortable w the human body”
Here’s the original vid:
After thinking on the controversy, the Liv and Maddie star went on to post:
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the human body isn’t offensive y’all. stop objectifying women so hard that you convince yourself that something natural and beautiful could ever be something offensive. also let women define their own bodies & their relationship to their bodies for themselves. stop defining women’s bodies for said women. (goes for women shaming women as well) it’s so repressed and unhealthy to look at nakedness and see something bad. it’s just hundreds of years of social conditioning & it’s super weird. we should be done with this whole shame thing. at any age (children as well and ESPECIALLY) and any gender. we only make nakedness inappropriate when we objectify and sexualize. a body is not inherently sexual. its beautiful and innocent. stop ruining it for yourself & others ((just to be clear to the thousands of people who RAN with this post because it upset them so much, no, i am not saying “everyone should just run naked in the streets like animals and the world should be in total chaos.” i am simply encouraging the embracing of the human body, the removal of the stigma that it is evil, the comfortability and LOVE of ones OWN body, and yes, if it is appropriate, if we are alone of at home, knowing that nakedness isn’t wrong. raising kids to be happy and friendly with their bodies and not sexualizing and objectifying it to the point that they become afraid of it. thanks for your time. please calm down.)
What do YOU think of Dove’s thoughtful response??