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Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Are Jennie's 'censored' jeans about her nurse outfit controversy?



Article: Was Black Pink Jennie enraged by the censorship, the word written on her pants...

Source: Chosun via Naver

1. [+2,839, -292] Celebrities should have the freedom to wear what they want but seeing the liberals and feminists try to suppress that expression reminds me of communists themselves. Do you all get this mad when people cosplay as other professions for Halloween or nightclub parties?

2. [+1,402, -150] I'm sure the unnis are already taking this as a sign of Jennie wanting to fight without realizing that Jennie is out there living a life of luxury while they're all at home sticking their boogers onto their fat bellies and banging on their keyboards

3. [+1,154, -42] Our country is becoming more and more like China. We make fun of China for their reaction to BTS but we're no different these days

4. [+421, -93] I never thought Jennie was pretty but she's gorgeous here ㅋㅋ I highly doubt any of the girls who are trying to censor her are any prettier ㅋㅋ they're probably keyboard warriors scratching their bellies ㅋㅋ

5. [+53, -8] No other country in the world thought Jennie's outfit was problematic, just Koreans ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

6. [+45, -5] Guys, the nurse outfit controversy was not about censorship ㅡㅡ depicting nurses like that in media actually harms nurses in the real life workplace

7. [+56, -17] As a woman, I find Jennie pretty and charming... but that's when she's dressed normally. A nurse's uniform is something that is worn by people who work at hospitals to treat patients with a sense of duty. I hate that their uniforms continue to get depicted in such a degrading manner. These uniforms are important to us... and I just hate that it gets depicted like this.

8. [+42, -7] Our nurses have it hard enough already, are you seriously not letting them express their discomfort too? They go through rigorous education, trainings all through the night, and deal with unfair workplace treatment. All we're trying to do is help them get sexually harassed less at work because of uniform depictions like this, that's really all we're asking...

9. [+43, -12] Our nurses are on the frontlines covered in face masks and body suits, you seriously can't call such a depiction of their uniform like this "art". If looking pretty was a priority, there are plenty of other uniforms that could've fit the bill. Using the uniform of medical personnel who are suffering on the frontlines was not it, especially during a pandemic.

10. [+15, -3] If nurses fighting on the frontlines don't want to be depicted in such a manner, then just don't do it

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