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¿Qué dirá tu papá? La hija de Carlos Vives se desnudó en Instagram y así reaccionaron sus seguidores

El Cooperante | 22 diciembre, 2018

Caracas.- El famoso cantante colombiano, Carlos Vives, quien tiene cuatro hijos y no duda en protegerlos, volvió al ojo del huracán luego de que su hija mayor Lucy Vives, de 22 años de edad, subiera una fotografía semidesnuda en la red social Instagram. Los internautas de la plataforma 2.0 la criticaron hasta más no poder e hicieron referencia a su padre, -quien no le gusta para nada los desnudos que realiza su primogénita pero aún así la apoya-, y se preguntaron ¿qué dirá Carlos Vives al respecto?

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En la fotografía se puede observar a Lucy posando de medio lado, con una mano cubriendo una parte de su rostro, el cabello despeinado, una chaqueta de jean al costado derecho y una pequeña panty negra que deja muy poco a la imaginación.

Luego de mostrar su lado más sensual y artístico, Lucy Vives acompañó su publicación con un extenso mensaje  sobre la mujer, los cambios que da la vida y aquellas experiencias que le ha tocado vivir.

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“La piel gruesa no viene fácil y el bullying me enseñó a reírme de mí misma… tomar la vida menos en serio. No podía cortar mis oídos porque a la gente no le gustaba, no me iba a afeitar las cejas porque a la gente no le gustaba y no iba a llorar mientras todo el mundo se ríe. Me encanta una buena broma”, comentó Lucy Vives en la publicación que ya supera los 70 mil likes.

En mi cultura, soy demasiado flaca, demasiado ambiciosa, demasiado egoísta, demasiado enojada, demasiado inteligente para ser una mujer. Mira, si ser una mujer significa ser casi todo lo que nunca he sido, pues sí, soy machua. Machua con cojones entonces. ¿Por qué quién carajos quiere ser “mujer” bajo esas condiciones?”, agregó.

La colombiana también afirmó que se sentía “bendita de estar en la portada de dos revistas para caballeros este año”, con el pensamiento, la lucha y la esperanza de redefinir correctamente la palabra “mujer” en una sociedad que ve completamente mal algunas cosas.

Sus seguidores apoyaron su mensaje y, además, la halagaron con comentarios positivos relacionados a su belleza y su actitud para afrontar la vida.

Sin embargo, los fanáticos de Carlos Vives si se opusieron a esta manera de hacer “arte” y le dijeron lo siguiente: “¿qué dirá tu papá? compórtate; pareces una tabla mija, nada por delante y nada por atrás; la fama no se gana desnudándose; te verías muy linda modelando ropa, toda tapada como Kendall Jenner, por ejemplo”, fueron algunos de los comentarios que posan en el post de la joven.

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dyke • you’re damn right i got that and a dime sack all through grade school. thick skin doesnt come easy and bullying taught me to laugh at myself… take life less seriously.. i couldnt cut off my ears cuz people didnt like them, i wasnt gonna shave my eyebrows cuz people didnt like them, and i wasnt gonna cry while everyone was laughing. i fuckin love a good joke. especially if it’s me. • machúa in my culture, both men and women are machistas. according to tradition, and many women who preach it, i am not a very good woman. i was raised to be quiet and pretty with nice table manners, so that i find a nice guy with money that'll "take care of me n our kids”. i was to eat enough to look more than healthy so men don't think im sick.. so i don't look like i'm infertile. i was raised to walk straight, la postura pecho y culo pa’fuera, to beat out any other bitch out there tryna take a man i prolly didnt want a girl has to be a mother, a wife, and a lover of the home on man’s terms. and anytime anything was said contrarily, came the quote “being a woman is a sacrifice.” it’s alright because “we’ve all made it” since the beginning, we’ve been ojects of affection and abuse. healers, givers. but never receivers. shutting the fuck up , not stirring any pots. no resistances. La Mujer Conforme. fighting is a thing of the Macho. for centuries women have repressed their realities, laughing with each other about pitty sex with their drunk husbands, n not filing for divorce for the sake of the kids, the car, the house, the money . fear. we scrutinize the women that dare live their truth. when we KNOW we’ve yearned for spiritual autonomy and how many times we’ve ignored mother nature telling us you are you are potential. you are powerful and free. • in my culture, i am too skinny, too ambitious, too selfish, too angry, n too smart to be a woman. see, if being a ‘woman’ means being nearly everything ive never been, pues sí, soy machua. machua con cojones entonces. ¿porque quién carajo quiere ser “mujer” bajo esas condiciónes • blessed being on the cover of 2 gentlemens magazines this year. in hopes that slowly we can redefine that word: Woman

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call me what you want after reading this but after much thought, the following statement is how im choosing to address this . and yes, even just one serious accusation is more than enough for me to say something. my truth is you were a great guy, incredibly professional respectful and it was my pleasure to shoot for you. i am no judge and my intention here is not to accuse. as a student and advocate, for women and civil rights issues in general, however, i can’t put your name on our images without acknowledging this issue. i am sorry but i only wish i knew the following from you, instead of google…and the world • so here goes! • every photographer accused of sexual harassment should find it necessary to tell all his future models and ask for their consent after the fact. be it true or false. this industry is large and too free for its trust, comfort and beauty to be ruined by dishonesty, pride and fear. the art industry is my sanctuary and i know i’m not the only one. im a fan of your work so i neglected to research you negatively, skipping my rule of thumb: we have the resources so we do research on ALL people we work with. period. I’m grateful that im always vigilant, and always accompanied at shoots so i’m lucky to not have even 1 story of discomfort, abuse, or harassment in my 3+ years of nude modeling with over dozens of male and female photographers alike. even with the MeToo movement, not enough people speak about this. im barely in the world of modeling , so i can’t imagine what some men and women experience on a nearly daily basis. i walked into this shoot and had a blessed morning sharing my serenity, my artistic space, and my passion with what i felt was a kidred spirit in a safe space.. only to discover later, from a number of DMs and personal messages concerned that this person had been the accused subject of a very heartbreaking experience publically detailed by a female acquaintance in a shoot setting … So, EVERYONE! this is the Last collaborative nude shoot ill be working with a new male photographer. not saying women aren’t equally capable of atrocities but this is my protest because men in the arts must see consequences

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