Jennifer Aniston as of late talked with Vogue about what it’s been similar to being marked a pioneer of the #FreeTheNipple movement.
When she featured on “Friends,” from 1994-2004, Aniston’s nipples were frequently noticeable through her garments.
She told the magazine when asked concerning having her name combined with the famous web-based social networking effort. “It’s just one of those things, I guess. I wear a bra, I don’t know what to tell ya! And I don’t know why we’re supposed to be ashamed of them — it’s just the way my breasts are!”
At the point when told by interviewer she was as of late called “the OG” of the movement she answered, “hey, OG, I’m not going to whine.”
She has been frank about the paparazzi’s intrusion of celebrities’ privacy.
Aniston said while she has endeavored to advocate for transform, she hasn’t seen a shift.
She told the fashion mag, “I don’t believe it’s showing signs of improvement. I think the issue is the sensationalist newspapers and the talk sections taking the human body and placing it in a classification. They’re either fat-disgracing, or body-disgracing, or childless-disgracing. It’s a strange fixation that individuals have and I don’t see precisely why they have to take people who are out there to engage you and tear them separated and spook them? Why are we showing young ladies this? It’s fantastically harming. I was finally like, ‘This has quite recently got the opportunity to stop!'”