Billie Eilish responded to criticism after going viral British Vogue cover shot, posting an edited image of a Daily mail title on his Instagram story.
Mail The headline said: “Proof that money can change your values and sell you: Billie Eilish shocks fans by swapping loose clothes for lingerie in Vogue – despite years of promises to ‘hide her body’.
The edited meme was created by Emily, the daughter of English journalist and broadcaster Jeremy Clarkson, who has gone viral on the internet.
Clarkson wrote on Instagram: “Oop, fixed for you. Honestly, where to start? We have collectively GAZED to the force emanating from Billie in these trendy images. FULL POWER OF FU ** ing a woman standing with total bodily autonomy and showing herself to the world as SHE wanted.
“She hid her body for years because she didn’t want to be sexualized. She made this decision when she was a CHILD. Because she knew what adults can look like. These decisions are the ones we’ve all made – “school skirts shouldn’t be too short or they’ll distract the boys !!” She went these lengths because she had to.
But this company – this perverted and upset place couldn’t let him and they stalked her until they got photos of her body which they posted without her consent. These photos have BLEW UP! The news was everywhere. The woman has a body !!! It was like she asked us not to sexualize her and they took it as a challenge.
She went on to state that Eilish is a “legal adult” and that she is allowed to make decisions “because that’s what adults do.”
She underlined the use of the word “vow” in Online Mail (now changed) title, explaining how the diary “hints at she commits mortal sin and lets her fans down”,
“I didn’t want to be sexualized in my school uniform (it happened anyway) but because of that I’m never allowed to claim any autonomy over my own body or embrace any kind of femininity ?? What an extraordinary way to handle a perfectly reasonable demand. This company is crazy. Keep an eye on it. she concludes.
English actress Jameela Jamil also backed Eilish by tweeting, “You can’t sell when you’ve already SOLD the whole planet. She was an icon in her pajamas and she’s just ALWAYS an icon now that she’s made the switch to lingerie. following a screenshot of the Daily mail big title.
The 19-year-old “Your Power” singer completely changed her look for the set, which saw her move away from her typical loose outfit and dark, green hair for a completely unique style.
The singer wore a Burberry corset, stockings and trench coat, while her hair was replaced with a platinum blonde look.
In the Vogue interview, she also presented her thoughts on the issue of bodily shame.
“My thing is, I can do whatever I want,” she said.
“It all depends on what makes you feel good. If you want to have an operation, go and have an operation. If you want to wear a dress that someone thinks you look too big, screw it up – if you’re feeling good, you look good. “
“So you’re a hypocrite if you want to show your skin, and you’re easy and you’re a bitch and you’re a bitch.” If I am, then I am proud. Me and all the girls are bitches, and f ** k, you know? Let’s turn it around and be empowered to do it. Showing off your body and showing off your skin – or not – doesn’t have to deprive you of respect. ” she said.
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