Television actor Sayantani Ghosh not too long ago took to social media to sentence the “hype over the female breast”, urging individuals to “normalise all body types”.
In an Instagram publish, the 36-year-old actor revealed she was requested about her bra dimension in a current interactive session. “Though I gave the person a befitting reply (which by the way a lot of you appreciated) still I felt there is so much more I want to talk about,” she wrote.
Talking about how physique shaming in any type is dangerous, she continued, “But particularly, I struggle to wrap my head around the fact that what is this fascination towards female breasts? As to what size it is? A cup, B, C or D etc? And it’s not only the boys even us girls have this sort of conditioning!…Why is it so difficult to accept that it’s just another body part?”
The actor mentioned that such “perspectives” put girls in very disturbing head house. She defined how girls “who are well endowed” hope to be “flat or small chested” whereas others need implants. “Remember those times when you went to buy a nice…dress and the only reason you didn’t buy it (is) because either your breasts looked too small or big in it? It’s like we are never good enough!”
The Naaginn actor went on to slam males who thought they have been “entitled to look at a woman this way”. Addressing girls, she additional wrote, “Often we shy away from facing these men due to a feeling of shame or avoiding such points so that we don’t create a scene and the list of reasons can go on…I too have kept quiet so many times feeling uncomfortable when I saw a man staring at my breasts!” But it’s time to “speak up”, she mentioned.
“It’s high time we start loving ourselves and standing up for ourselves because no one else will! Speak up, reply to anyone who disrespects you in any way, body-shames you in any way…man or woman!” Sayantani expressed.
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