Billie Eilish has released a new short video that targets the double standards women face when it has come to body image in Hollywood. In the video, Billie Eilish refers to a monologue that expresses his complex relationship with her own body, her firm decision about hiding, and how men don’t face almost the same amount of overt criticism. She says “Do you know me? Do you really know me?” in the short film which she wrote, directed, and starred in response to hateful rhetoric about her body shape weight, and body.
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“You have ideas about my thoughts, my music, my clothes, and my body. Some people hate my clothing while some praising it. Some use it to humiliate others while some using it to humiliate me. But I always feel that you’re watching me.”
The singer and songwriter who want to draw attention to the humiliating comments said, “If I wear something comfortable, I am not a woman. I’m bad if I get undressed and shed. We determine who people are. We determine their values. If I dress more if I dress less, who will decide who I am. What does that mean? Is my value-based solely on your perception? Or is your opinion of me is not my responsibility?”
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