Paola Carosella critica escolha da Victoria’s Secret por 1ª ‘modelo plus size’: ‘Irresponsabilidade’

Redação - O Estado de S.Paulo

‘Que pressão estão colocando sobre as mulheres e meninas?’, questionou a jurada do ‘MasterChef'

Para muitas internautas, incluindo Paola Carosella (à direita), Alie Tate-Cutler (à esquerda) não corresponde a uma modelo 'plus size' e endossa um padrão de beleza que prejudica a autoestima de mulheres realmente acima do peso.

Para muitas internautas, incluindo Paola Carosella (à direita), Alie Tate-Cutler (à esquerda) não corresponde a uma modelo 'plus size' e endossa um padrão de beleza que prejudica a autoestima de mulheres realmente acima do peso. Foto: Instagram / @ali tate-cutler | Tiago Queiroz/ Estadão

A Victoria's Secret contratou sua primeira modelo considerada pela marca como plus size para uma campanha: a jovem Ali Tate-Cutler. No entanto, a escolha está longe do que realmente é uma mulher acima do peso na vida real, segundo Paola Carosella.

A jurada do MasterChef criticou a iniciativa da empresa de moda na quarta-feira, 9, pelo Twitter. "Esta mulher linda, natural, que evidentemente se alimenta de comida e que tem um corpão cheio de curvas é a modelo plus size da Victoria's Secret. Que irresponsabilidade falar que um corpo assim é plus size. Que pressão estão colocando sobre as mulheres e meninas? Sinistro", escreveu.

Diversas usuárias da rede social, incluindo as autodenominadas gordas, concordaram com a opinião de Paola. "Fui comprar um vestido 'plus size' e fiquei meio constrangida. Ele não era nada proporcional para um quadril largo", criticou. 

"Eu como plus size vejo essas coisas e acho graça. O que chateia é que reflete nos manequins das lojas. Super difícil de achar roupas", escreveu outra. "Seja gorda, contanto que seja magra", ironizou uma jovem.

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I hope the elf ears and medieval dress I ordered will get here in time for comic con today

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I took some of the most enjoyable walks in Tuscany, you could walk for hours and never feel tired

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Some much needed r & r

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Here’s my ride or die @sambridgestudios. I don’t talk about my personal relationships too much on insta but I figured this is one love story that may be encouraging for some people to hear. I have a lot of people in my life searching for a romantic relationship and feeling exasperated by the modern dating scene of swiping right only to discover that there isn’t much chemistry. We can only find out so much from a few carefully curated photos and a pithy bio. We met almost 9 years ago on a bus at 2 am in London. It was the last seat left and I sat next to him. He kept checking me out and my immediate thought was “creep” and I said, “Can I help you with something?” Really taken aback and kind of timidly he said, “Hi, my name is Sam Bridge. What’s your name?” I was like, okay, not standard creep response, let’s chat. When I said I needed to get off at the next stop, he asked me for my number and told me he would ride this bus every day for the rest of the year if I didn’t. He called me 10 minutes after I got off the bus and said, “Look, I’m not doing this whole 3 day thing, I need to see you tomorrow.” I was intrigued by the honesty and vulnerability. We hung out for almost 24 hours the next day and that started our immediately close and intense relationship that would take us to many countries, a quick marriage ceremony with three people present so that we could stay together without visa issues, and many ups and downs. I didn’t have a smart phone 8 years ago, and neither did he. If we did have them, there’s a chance we both would have been glued to our phones and never looked at one another or started talking. Sometimes you can miss your people in those small moments, the ones when we’re idly scrolling. Dating apps are great and I know people who have had success meeting someone on them. But nothing is better to me than meeting someone IRL and feeling their energy, and letting those sometimes awkward first conversations spark. Cliche, but here is to putting our phones down a little bit more and being in the present moment because you may have a chance encounter that takes you down an amazing path.

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