In recent days, snaps of award winning designer Foxy Ginnah in booty shorts appeared on social media and the Twitter streets went gaga.
Foxy who took to social media to narrate the ordeal she went through at Kasi Vibe had many tweeps reply to her posts with side-splitting comments.
Some were against the fact that her butt cheeks where totally exposed, while others were totally okay with her posts calling her brave for being comfortable in her own skin as per usual.
While another tweep in support added:
Foxy however kept her head held high justifying that she does not do things that she does not want to.
Relatively, Patrick Mwashindange a member of PDK trio comfortably took to Twitter with photos of himself in nothing but boxers and wrote “building your body takes a while so don’t give up just keep at it. #lookgoodnaked”.
Tweeps flocked to the comment section and reactions were rather overwhelming. One wrote:
Speaking to unWrap.online, a member of the Slut Shame Walk Movement, Ruth Tangi expressed that slut shaming is mostly done to women while men hardly get outraged for what they wear. “Men hate women. They have internalized misogyny and want to control how women dress. Men believe that women need to cover up and that does not make sense because our ancestors showed more skin and so do we now,” Ruth expressed.
In relation to Patrick, Ruth says if men get ‘slutshamed’ for what they wear, they too should speak out. “Everyone should wear what they want,” says Ruth.