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Miley Cyus acaba de presentar el espectacular vídeo de 'Mother's Daughter'

Miley Cyrus se rodea de personas que le inspiran en su himno feminista ‘Mothers Daughter’

Miley Cyus acaba de presentar el espectacular vídeo de 'Mother's Daughter' uno de sus temas incluidos en su EP 'She Is Coming'. En el vídeo que acompaña este himno feminista, la artista se rodea de mujeres que le inspiran como Vendela, Amazon Ashley, Casil McArthur, Angelina Duplisea, Paige Fralix, Aaron Philip, Casil McArthur, Lacey Baker o su propia madre.

'Mother's Daughter', tema que abre su EP 'She Is Coming' lanzado el pasado 31 de mayo coincidiendo con su concierto en Primavera Sound en Barcelona, ya cuenta con videoclip.

Probablemente uno de los mejores trabajos audiovisuales de la artista, el videoclip de 'Mother's Daughter' reúne a una serie de personalidades que luchan activamente por el empoderamiento femenino, el movimiento queer o el body-positive.

Protagonistas que se van alternando con la propia Miley enfundada en un mono de vinilo rojo en escenas tan poderosas como sexualizadas.

En sus redes sociales, Miley ha presentado una por una a todas las personas que aparecen en el vídeo con una imponente cita de cada uno que justifica, de sobras, su aparición en el vídeo:

 

 
 
 
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“I've always been a fighter. Maybe not always in the most productive way, but fighting for myself, a friend or even for a stranger who is being bullied has always been a part of my personality. Fat acceptance is based on the notion that all fat people, regardless of health, deserve respect. And it's a battle that is fought every day by thousands, including myself. Social media's accessibility allows us to peek in on others living their lives, but too often the conversation turns negative when there are fat bodies involved. People just love to leave awful comments on fat folks photos in order to feel superior and I promise you, not one of these commenters actually cares about the health, family, environment or whatever bullshit reason they give for their vile behavior towards a fat person. And really, how in the hell does health matter in the context of someone just posting a photo of themselves feeling happy and confident? (HINT: it doesn't matter, stop pretending like it does) Next time you see a fat person posting pictures of themselves living their life, stop and ask yourself why you wish to spoil their joy. I guarantee that you can't come up with a valid reason that isn't based in your own ego gratification. Stop it and do better! We humans have a lot to learn, but we can start by fighting our personal biases and permitting people of all genders, races, sexualities, sizes, abilities and health levels to live harassment-free lives. Don't fuck with their freedom to feel happy and beautiful right now, not just when society says it’s ok.” - Angelina Duplisea @anactingangel

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