“Don’t hate me because I’m strong, strong is beautiful. I’m not one without the other,” model Ronda Rousey says in the latest Pantene commercial.
Many people in the world still believe that men should be ‘strong’ while women should be ‘feminine.’ But hot mixed martial arts fighter and swimsuit model Ronda Rousey disagrees with them. She believes that both men and females have the rights to build themselves whatever they want. Rousey said about her belief in the latest commercial of Pantene. She showed that “strong is beautiful” in the commercial.
— Team Rousey (@ArmbarNation) December 7, 2016
The 29-year-old fighter also said, “don’t hate me because I’m strong, strong is beautiful. I’m not one without the other.”
”People call me ‘Miss Man,’ they call me ‘savage,’ but if you think fierce can’t be feminine, I’m about to show you what only a strong woman can do,” she added.
— Ronda Rousey (@RondaRousey) December 7, 2016
In another advertisement of the same campaign, Rousey stated that surviving in a male-dominated world of mixed martial arts was not easy for her. She said, “growing up, I was in a lot of environments where I was the only girl. To keep me from being nervous, my mom would always tell me: ‘It doesn’t matter if you’re the only girl, you have a right to be there.'”
— Mohammad Tajul Islam (@kryptoxide_) December 10, 2016
Ronda Rousey also inspired women to be active and be proud of being strong in the past. She created the #RouseyMovement hashtag to let others talk about the issue, according to The Huffington Post UK. Many young fighters have used the hashtag. They share images of their practice or achievements with this hashtag.
— Vali Johansen (@ValiJohansen) January 23, 2016
Rousey unintentionally created an entire online movement named “DNB Movement.” This movement inspires women to do something rather than doing nothing. In an interview with The Huffington Post UK, Rousey said, “women without ambition are being glorified, and it’s sad, and we’re taking steps backward, and there’s a lot of women out there that are very frustrated about it.”
Photo courtesy: Facebook page of Ronda Rousey
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