Gabriel Medina is criticized for warning about cosmetic surgeries: ‘there is a lack of looking at real women’


Luisa Monte

Gabriel Medina mourned Luana Andrade’s death last Tuesday (7), warning women about the risks that the search for “perfect” bodies can bring. However, influencers and internet users criticized the surfer for the comment, as he himself tends to have relationships with girls who fit into standards of thin and defined bodies.

“The world is surreal, people. Especially you WOMEN. This standard of ‘perfect’ bodies that are impossible to achieve, shown on Instagram and in the media, needs to end,” he wrote. “We are young, we have several ways to feel good, healthy, beautiful… This fake world will end up killing more and more young people.” Luana died after complications from liposuction surgery.

On the internet, internet users did not agree with Medina’s position. Former BBB Clara Aguilar said: “The man who only dates standard women with a perfect body.” Journalist Julia Pitaluga commented: “He and his group of men are the first to catch the most standard women possible, lip-conditioned, silicone-coated women weighing less than 50kg.” “A lot of hypocrisy,” she added.

More internet users recalled that the women Medina, who is Yasmin Brunet’s ex-boyfriend, is seen with have thin and defined bodies. See more comments.

Source: Folha

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