Billie Eilish stuns on British Vogue cover & said Sexual crime is everywhere
Billie Eilish – American Singer & Song writer has spoke out about the prevalence of sexual misconduct,
describing it as being ‘everywhere’. In an interview with Vogue,
she states that she does not know ‘a girl / woman who does not have a strange experience, or a very bad experience’.
Also men, too – young boys are constantly grab advantage of. she said.
Vogue interviewer Laura Snapes type that it ‘happened to Eilish when she was younger’, but that ‘the description is hers.’
The 19-year-old American singer, a Grammy Award winner discussing her new single Your Power,
which is about a minor being the beneficiary. ‘It is an open letter to those who take advantage- mostly men,’ she discussed.
She also reveal a new look in her photoshoot for the magazine,
using it as an opportunity to hit back at those who consider what she wears.
Specifying the look as a ‘classic, old-time pin-up’, the star’s signature black & green hair is now platinum blonde
(although the blonde color appear a few weeks ago).
She stated the color change made her feel ‘more like a woman, somehow’.
Billie’ recent baggy-style attire is often seen as refreshing, when compare to other famous women who wear tighter,
more revealing clothes, but Billie told the magazine that her dress judgment more about audience problems than her.
Eilish- My clothes should not “slut shame”, she confronts body shaming on her US tour
Billie to Vogue, ‘Don’t make me your role model because you begin by me.’
‘Sudden you are a hypocrite if you want to show your skin & you are easy and you are a slut and you are a prostitute.
If I’m, I am proud. Me and all girls. Let’s turn it around and empower it.’
Showing your body & showing your skin -or not- you shouldn’t take any respect away.’
Eilish stated that not a female, male problem. ‘I really think the bottom line is, men are very weak,’ she says.
‘If you’re wearing that dress, you are expect not to grab it.’
Seriously, you are weak ? come on !’