Billie Eilish has countered at bodyshamers by sharing her new short movie, ‘NOT MY RESPONSIBILITY’, which was first played at her ‘Where Do We Go?’ globe scenic tour in March, to YouTube.
The 18-year-old vocalist has released ‘NOT MY RESPONSIBILITY’, which was first played at her ‘Where Do We Go?’ world excursion in March, on YouTube as well as she is using it to send out the message that people’s point of views regarding her body are unnecessary.
Talking as she slowly removes her garments in the film, she says:” Do you understand me – truly, know me? You have point of views regarding my viewpoints, regarding my songs, regarding my garments, concerning my body. Some people dislike what I wear; some individuals commend it. Some people use it to embarassment others; some people use it to pity me. But I feel you viewing, always.
” Nothing I do goes undetected, so while I feel your stares, your displeasure … or your sighs of alleviation. If I lived by them, I ‘d never ever be able to move.”.
Remaining to explain a few of the objection she has faced, Billie includes:” Would you like me to be smaller sized? Weaker? Softer? Taller? Would you like me to be quiet? Do my shoulders provoke you? Does my upper body? Am I my stomach, my hips, the body I was born with? Is it not what you wanted … if I use what fits … I am not a woman. If I lost the layers, I’m a slut … assumed you have actually never ever seen my body, you still touch it and also judge me for it. Why?
” We decide who they are. We determine what they deserve. If I wear much more, if I wear less, who decides what that makes me? What that suggests? Is my value based only on your understanding? Or is your viewpoint of me not my duty?”.
Billie formerly confessed she hasn’t always really felt comfortable in her own skin however she has created more body self-confidence over the past few years.
She explained:” There was a factor last year where I was nude as well as I didn’t identify my body ‘cos I hadn’t seen it in a while. I would certainly see it occasionally as well as be like, ‘Whose body is that?’.
” It’s not that I like (my body) currently, I simply assume I’m a little bit extra OKAY with it.”.