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"You stopped at a neckline": the influencer Polska responds to Yann Barthès after a "misogynistic" column in "Daily"


VIDEO – The pension reform has sparked multiple days of mobilization and two TikTok influencers have decided to participate in it in their own way. The opportunity for one of the columnists of the TMC show to be ironic about their action.

The chronicle was not to everyone's liking.

This Friday, March 24,

Nicolas Fresco

treated, in


, the subject of pension reform in his column but focusing it more on two young women demonstrating in their own way, the influencers Polska and Tootatis.


They are particularly famous for being turned down from a restaurant because of their neckline deeper than the hole of the social security

", launches the columnist.

He makes fun of them after they posted videos on TikTok where they film themselves, French flag around their shoulders and tricolor makeup on their chests, during the March 23 mobilization.

“Everyone manifests as he wants”

"Without the sound, it looks more like they are going to see a match at the Stade de France"

, comments Nicolas Fresco, recalling their slogan while turning it into ridicule:


Forms against reform


A taunt that elicited a strong reaction from Polska.

I am speaking to you Yann Barthès because I do not know the name of your columnist with greasy hair

, she tackles from the first minutes of her video published on social networks.

She continues:

Yann Barthès

, at your great age, you are 48

, do you find it normal that we can do chronicles in 2023, in front of hundreds of thousands of viewers, hypersexists, hypermisogynists


And it's not because it's covered in humor that it goes better.

[…] Instead of talking about the act itself, you stopped at false nails and a neckline ,

laments the influencer.

And even if she recognizes that her slogan is not the most


that exists, she defends herself by declaring:

"everyone manifests as they want [...]

There, the goal was just to find a slogan a little talkative, which stays in people's minds, which is a bit funny to influence young people

to demonstrate".

The two young women have, since the publication of the video, received multiple marks of support.

The deputy France Insoumise, Nadège Abomangoli, the journalist and feminist activist Rokhaya Diallo or even the senator Mélanie Vogel expressed themselves by condemning the remarks of "Quotidien".

Source: lefigaro

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