Local TV presenter and actress Bonnie Mbuli wants to get some clarity on why Zodwa Wabantu's private parts were on display at the Feather Awards.
Okay neh?im a raging hot headed feminist,but that pic of Zodwa flashing her goods has me shook,SHOOKETH am I!Im open to considering all perspectives tho,Khulumani bafazi,let’s reason together.
I’m torn about it and it’s the feminist in me that’s getting stuck because I’m always calling for women to own their bodies, have control of when those bodies are sexualized - which you could argue Zodwa is doing. At first glance I was also shook and I’m trying to work out why.
Several Twitter users reponsed to her request and so the debate ensued.
Zodwa showing her goodies is not feminisim. I think we have reduced feminism to sexuality which it actually wasnt if you trace its history. Zodwa is out of order & an attention seeker.
Exactly...and I believe part of the reason she does it is for us to discuss it.
Bonnie stood by the initial statement and gave more context to it.
Come on my Angel,the issue is to go around naked or half naked,if it's correct on red carpets then it should be correct too everywhere
The debate seemed to going in circles until one user gave it a big 'OK', by stating that it's not wrong to be bothered by someone's actions but highlighted that one still needs to respect each others rights.
If people have the freedom to parade the goods on red carpets,then others have the freedom to discuss it,as long as it’s respectful,she’s not doing it so that people don’t discuss it.
It's ok to be shook.
It's ok to say "it could never be me" as long as at the end of the day you allow her her right to be, the same way as you and I have our own right to be. https://t.co/lBs9Ta7Wiw
Well said ✊🏽 https://t.co/ey0qYBJUCD