This week, actress Bruna Marquezine, who recently returned from a long season of filming in the United States, gave an interview to the magazine “Marie Claire” and spoke about her relationship with feminism. Bruna vented about machismo.
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“We live in an extremely sexist society. For me, feminism has to be practiced daily, it’s a fight that never ends”, began Bruna Marquezine in the interview with Marie Claire.
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“I practice all the time in my daily life, including in my privacy, in silence, when I see myself comparing myself or diminishing others, even if mentally, because for some reason I felt threatened”, he explained.
In the sequence, Bruna said: “Feminism is since having this ability to recognize and do this reading, not judging the other. And then we take it to others, to work, to everything in life”.
“Today I have this more critical look and I became much more sensitive, which I think is wonderful, it is liberating”, concluded Bruna Marquezine, who has just launched the series “Maldives”, on Netflix, starring mostly actresses.
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