The young actress is angry with the media and social networks.
Millie Bobby Brownwho turned 18 last February, was recently the guest of the podcast Guilty Feminist (“guilty feminist”). And the actress opened up about how she experiences her public image, and how social media and the media sexualize her despite her young age. ” When you are 18, you navigate between being an adult, having romantic and friendly relationships, being loved and trying to find your place. That’s a lot (…) The only difference for me, obviously, is that I’m doing it in the public eye, so it can be overwhelming “, she confides.
Brown says she has ” had to deal with being more sexualized in the two weeks after I turned 18. I see a difference in how people, the press and social media react to my coming of age. I don’t think I should change anything, but it’s shocking. It really shows what’s going on in the world and how young girls are sexualized. I’ve had to deal with this forever. »
And to remember having been crucified by the media and social networks when she was only 16 years old, and she had decided to wear a short dress for an award ceremony: ” I was like, ‘Is that really what we’re talking about? We should focus on the incredible people who were present at the ceremony. “.
Millie Bobby Brown will be in the cast of season 4 of Stranger Things, the first part of which will launch on May 27 on Netflix. Trailer :