Madison Beer opens up ‘SHAME ON THOSE WHO SHAMED YOU’ on International Women’s Day

Madison Beer opens up SHAME ON THOSE WHO SHAMED YOU on International Women's Day

Madison Beer takes Brave step- Unfolding on International Women’s Day about her “traumatizing experience” on her previous sexual clippings at age 14.

“When I was around 14 and exploring my body & sexuality, I sent very private Snapchat’s of my body to a boy I really liked at one time,” said the singer of 21 while unfolding on Instagram about her teenage sexual harassment.

Also, Beer further wrote, “Eventually, that video was sent and shared by everyone (I felt like) in the entire world.” The next experience was even more painful for her, as everywhere she went, she could hear whispers.

She mentioned that she came to know that previous was being circulated again just at the time of her 21st birthday. She confessed that “this was a traumatizing incident has instilled intense trust issues in me.”

But Madison Beer, the singer from Long Island, New York, has decided not to run from the truth instead face it hard and she also advises the same to everyone who has gone through it, as she writes, “On IWD I am going to tell my 14-year-old self…  you should not feel shame, you were exploring your sexuality… SHAME ON THOSE WHO SHAMED YOU.”

Fellow singers like Demi Lovato have come in solitude to the star saying, “Proud of you.”

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