I’m sick of people staring at my boobs every day – it’s sexist

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A British mum has weighed in on Hollywood's ‘free the nipple movement’ after Marvel actress Florence Pugh was body-shamed over a nipple-baring gown.

OnlyFans model Tracy Kiss gave her support to Florence who slammed “vulgar” men in a passionate Instagram post.

She rocked the hot pink dress at the Valentino Haute Couture show in Rome last week – but was bombarded with nasty comments about her “tiny t**ts”.

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But mum-of-two, Tracy, told Daily Star: “When it comes to nipples the world seems to lose its s*** over women’s breasts yet find topless men in public – at times with a far larger cleavage than what I was naturally blessed with – entirely acceptable.

“How does the gender of a person make the concept of the nipple acceptable for some and at the same time hideously offensive for others? Nipples are nipples regardless of who they’re on.

“Whether I’m rocking gym wear, swimwear, evening wear or a simple daytime loungewear eyes are constantly drawn to my cleavage and it doesn’t matter if I’m entirely covered up, pushed up, strapped down or on show, it seems to be an innate instinct for men and women alike to look at women’s breasts.

“Be it lust, jealousy or admiration, it happens to me all day every day as I’m sure is the case for most women. And if the downright obvious stares weren’t enough it’s the online trolls that make being a woman all the more concerning.”

Tracy, from Buckinghamshire, has spent £50,000 on plastic surgeries in the past year.

These include an eyelid reduction, having her jawline defined and getting six-pack abs sculpted with liposuction.

Her past procedures also include four boobs jobs, and Tracy said: “I’ve chosen to surgically enhance my cleavage because it’s my body, my personal choice and my preference which I did by myself and for myself, certainly not to please or offend others.

“I don’t expect other people, let alone strangers I’ll never meet, to feel the need to then go out of their way to share critical and unkind insults on my social media to body shame me online for having breasts and or nipples because if that’s the case eight billion people are at fault.”

Black Widow star Florence, 26, recently endured such "sexist" shame and afterwards she wrote online: "So many of you wanted to aggressively let me know how disappointed you were by my 'tiny t**s', or how I should be embarrassed by being so 'flat chested'."

She added: “It has always been my mission in this industry to say 'f*** it and f*** that' whenever anyone expects my body to morph into an opinion of what's hot or sexually attractive.

"Respect bodies. Respect all women. Respect humans. Life will get a whole lot easier, I promise. And all because of two cute little nipples.”

And Tracy, 34, said she sympathised with Florence and she also encouraged the public to respect and celebrate bodies of all shapes and sizes.

She added: “It is soul-destroying and so toxic for mental health to receive abuse online, or in person, regarding your appearance and how you choose to freely look and live.

“Whether you are 100% natural or have had nips, tucks and tweaks along the way we are all still allowed to live and look however we choose without hurting others or breaking the law.

“Individuality is what makes life so excitingly beautiful and should be celebrated.

“Personally I am proud to say that, despite my many many flaws due to being human, I love, respect and celebrate the skin that I am in and actively encourage others to do the same – breasts, nipples and nipple erections too."

She continued: “When I see other men and women celebrating their bodies online I feel so drawn to their positive energy and leave a like and kind comment to work towards balancing out the toxicity of the mountains of trolls dying to release their bile.

“I stand proud when I tell my fans to embrace and be kind to their bodies because hurt people will only ever hurt even more people. Let us all start by looking within to achieve inner peace, self-love and acceptance which allows us to treat others the same.”

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