Meet Faye D’Souza, the editor of Mirror Now who is literally the BOLDEST woman we have seen on television so far. The TV anchor had a hot debate recently on how women are being shamed for dressing up a certain way on camera where she came across some really ridiculous views and comments from the panel. The worst of all was this cleric named Maulana Yasoob Abbas who insulted her by saying that she should come to work in her underwear if she wants to be equal with men. How Faye responded to this guy is something you have to see. Scroll down to find out.
She also said “I honestly believe that whenever derogatory things are said about women, and it’s not just me, it’s all women, we need to stand up. Lots of times it’s comments about what actresses wear. Nobody talks about male actors and athletes. These women are just doing their job. People bring up what you’re wearing to distract you from doing your job. It happens to us in all workplaces. And it only happens to women. You’re either dressed provocatively or too conservatively. It’s demeaning. It was a ridiculous statement and these kinds of statements need to be shut down because it distracts from the real issues.”
#StopShamelessTrolls: Here's Maulana Yasoob Abbas, a cleric challenging an anchor to show up at her workplace in underwear to prove she's equal to men. Mirror Now's Faye D'Souza gives it back in her own style. #WATCH
Publié par Mirror Now sur vendredi 9 juin 2017