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Brazilian politician Ana Paula da Silva defends outfit after receiving criticism
https://www.irishnews.com/magazine/daily...W6_tIvLmHo


Brazilian politician Ana Paula da Silva has defended herself against online criticism after she wore a revealing outfit for a swearing-in ceremony at the Santa Catarina state assembly.

Da Silva, who was recently elected to the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina’s Legislative Assembly, has been at the centre of social media backlash since wearing the outfit to her inauguration on February 1.

While several online supporters argued that a politician’s clothing shouldn’t matter, some branded the clothing “inappropriate” and “shocking”.

In response, da Silva has said that she will continue to wear what she wants, but has threatened to sue those behind some of the most aggressive messages she has received; any compensation she receives will be donated to a charity to help women facing abuse.


Just read this. I tried to attach a picture, but the type of file is not supported.
What do you think, guys?
02-15-2019 09:26 AM
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RE: Brazilian politician Ana Paula da Silva defends outfit after receiving criticism
(02-15-2019 09:26 AM)sarcofago Wrote:  Just read this. I tried to attach a picture, but the type of file is not supported.

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My thoughts?
I wouldn't want either my mum, wife or daughter go dressed like that anywhere and especially not at work. It's obviously too revealing.
But putting too much energy into commenting on it. Distractions like this in media takes away the focus from the bigger question, like what a woman is doing in politics at all?
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02-15-2019 09:36 AM
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RE: Brazilian politician Ana Paula da Silva defends outfit after receiving criticism
Bbbbut bbbbbuttt butttttt, we women need to be respected and valued for our minds, not our bodies!!! But I paid good money for these tits and made sure they are on display so I can get more attention from males and females?! What?!?! No?!?! It's because I wanted to feel more confident!!!
02-15-2019 10:36 AM
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(02-15-2019 09:36 AM)No More Mr. Soy Boy Wrote:  [Image: 233058966-df082b18-665b-4b81-be74-59155b0cabd3.jpg]

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02-15-2019 11:05 AM
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Nice tits for an older broad. Obviously fake but still nice. Accelerating rapidly towards thae wall.
02-15-2019 11:16 AM
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“I’ve seen a lot of men in suits and ties taking money out of the health sector, school meals, that’s unacceptable.”

Translation: Some male politicians do bad things. Therefore, I'm allowed to dress like a slut.

Non Sequitur.
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02-15-2019 11:25 AM
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Brazil is just a bit ahead of the curve (no pun intended), you're going to see political figures like her using their sex appeal more aggressively. AOC would have been a fairly anonymous candidate without that, and possibly woudn't have made it to congress without the use of her physical attributes. It's part of sex magick in a society and culture that have been increasingly Crowleyan for two generations now.

You're going to see more politicians like da Silva or AZ senator Sinema, a power lez that publicly uses her sex appeal, and that strong-independent womyn look up to, and normie males weaned on porn will fetishize:

[Image: janet_napolitano_krysten_sinema.jpg]

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02-15-2019 12:03 PM
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She is a brave, courageous crusader against the slut shaming misogynists.

Its her body, her choice.

She is a strong, empowered woman, living her best life, smashing through the glass ceilings and dismantling the patriarchy.
02-15-2019 03:57 PM
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(02-15-2019 12:03 PM)911 Wrote:  Brazil is just a bit ahead of the curve (no pun intended), you're going to see political figures like her using their sex appeal more aggressively. AOC would have been a fairly anonymous candidate without that, and possibly woudn't have made it to congress without the use of her physical attributes. It's part of sex magick in a society and culture that have been increasingly Crowleyan for two generations now.

You're going to see more politicians like da Silva or AZ senator Sinema, a power lez that publicly uses her sex appeal, and that strong-independent womyn look up to, and normie males weaned on porn will fetishize:

Is it Crowleyan sex magick, or is it just thottery?
02-15-2019 03:58 PM
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Thottery is a perfect embodiment of the "do what thou wilt" ethos.

There is a tendency to ascribe current degeneracy as natural, when in fact it took a lot of social engineering and cultural manipulation to unleash it and degrade western civilization. For example, feminism and the sexual revolution were actively funded and promoted by the likes of the Rockefellers and foundation money. Figures like Gloria Steinem or Alfred Kinsey didn't rise to become leading cultural influencers in America organically, they were heavily funded and promoted.

People tend to internalize modern social phenomenons as natural, the fish in water syndrome.

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02-15-2019 04:43 PM
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Totally inappropriate attire for work.
02-15-2019 04:53 PM
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(02-15-2019 11:05 AM)Mr. D Wrote:  
(02-15-2019 09:36 AM)No More Mr. Soy Boy Wrote:  [Image: 233058966-df082b18-665b-4b81-be74-59155b0cabd3.jpg]

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02-15-2019 05:10 PM
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If that's her 'work attire'. What does her social / party attire look like?

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02-15-2019 05:25 PM
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(02-15-2019 11:16 AM)Hypno Wrote:  Nice tits for an older broad. Obviously fake but still nice. Accelerating rapidly towards thae wall.

I wouldn't have minded had they been natural.

For some weird reason, I have problems when women flaunt their plastic surgery choices. It just seems gaudy and trashy to flaunt fake boobs. But I guess what's the point of paying for them if you can't get some mileage out of them?

Natural breasts can age well. Janet Lupo, a Playboy model from the '70s, did a photoshoot in her fifties and she put this woman to shame.

(Update: Since some of you will no doubt look up the above reference, here is a NSFW link. Go to where it says "still looking hot!" Don't get too excited. She died a few years ago. Hey, this is getting like the old Who song "Pictures Of Lily." That you can look up.)
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^^better fake than saggy...

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The thot in office wants to take the internet to court now.

https://sputniknews.com/latam/2019021010...e-threats/

Quote:While her first-day outfit choice was widely acclaimed on social media both in Brazil and overseas, some commenters described it as "shocking" and "vulgar", and branded Paulinha a "representative of prostitutes".

According to Brazil's G1.com news portal, one of the attackers identified himself as a military police officer.

The 44-year-old senator says the comments have hit her very hard. "Being criticised in public life is something normal and expected. But I felt psychologically violated," she told the Extra newspaper. "An internet user said that if I get raped I cannot complain. One woman commented that I could not speak of God, for God would not bless a woman like me."

"I also have my side empowered and that makes me get up every day and say: this is me and I fight to break paradigms and patterns that do not fit with what I think and think many women who are represented by me."

Criminal lawyer Leonardo Costella was quoted as saying that in the lawmaker's case, the offensive comments can qualify as libel or slander, and da Silva can claim compensation for moral damages.

Tbh, she could have done worse like do the "surra de bunda."
02-15-2019 08:13 PM
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