A Mexican lawmaker accidentally came up topless at a government Zoom meeting – but later insisted that he was “not ashamed” of showing his body.
Senator Martha Lucía Mícher Camarena, 66, said she didn’t know she was still on camera when she tried to change last Thursday’s economic meeting – only when colleagues warned her.
He later apologized to everyone who watched – including media members – said that he accidentally realized that he had broken the expected standards of behavior and blamed the lack of understanding of new technology.
However, the Guanajuato Senator refused to be ashamed of being exposed so openly.
“I’m Malu Mícher, I’m not ashamed to show some of my sincerity by accident,” Camarena wrote on Twitterhe declared himself a proud feminist.
“I am a 66-year-old woman, three of whom are professional and responsible men who are breastfeeding four children, and I am proud of my body for feeding them,” she continued.
“I am a woman who is not ashamed of her body, that I love and care for.”
Many of his colleagues supported politicians, instead attacking those who emit images.
Senator Senator Ricardo Monreal Avila to him “a model woman“Morality and integrity will always be stronger than scams and attacks.”
He was not the first foul to rely on video meetings for the coronavirus period. In Brazil, a leading judge was caught shirtless at the Zoom hearing.
Even in New York, the head of the city hospital, Dr. Mitchell Katz was caught changing the shirt while waiting for journalists to begin the virtual press conference.
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