Podcaster with naturally big breasts blasts ‘prejudiced’ woman who MOVED to the next table in a restaurant because of her ‘distracting’ cleavage
- Adrienne Airhart, a podcaster from LA, claims she was shamed at birthday meal
- Woman at next table told her she was ‘distracting’ while wearing a low cut dress
- Women later shared their experiences of strangers commenting on their breasts
A woman who visited a restaurant shared a nasty encounter after being told her body was uncomfortable to look at.
Adrienne Airhart, who lives in Los Angeles, was celebrating her birthday when she found herself being shamed for her breast size by another woman on a table next to her.
The podcaster, who is in her 30s, was told her chest was ‘distracting’ before the other woman chose to move tables altogether.
Sharing her experience online, Adrienne revealed she felt it was ‘prejudice’ that led the other woman to publicly shame her.
Her tweet gained 33,000 likes after people were horrified at the other customer’s rudeness towards her
Adrienne Airhart shared a horrible encounter to Twitter after being shamed for her breast size on her birthday
Her tweet, which gained 33,000 likes later inspired other women to come forward with their own stories of being disparaged for their chest size.
Adrienne wrote: Tonight at my birthday dinner I took off my shawl and the lady at the next table said, “Well those are distracting” and moved tables. Still got it! Prejudice against big naturals.’
She then shared a video of her blowing out a birthday candle and said: ‘This was me last night.
‘I’m not even that hot the lady was just a hater. (Though her date did talk to me when she went to the bathroom…you can hear him)’.
Adrienne shared a video of herself during her birthday celebration where she could be seen wearing a v-neck orange top
Some commenters were quick to relate and recalled their own experiences of being targeted because of their breast size.
One person said: ‘I’ll never forget when I was on work experience at 15 years old and the lady I was “working” for wrote in my evaluation that I dressed inappropriately. I didn’t, I was wearing exactly what they had told me to wear. I simply had breasts.’
A third woman wrote: ‘As a teenager, I worked so hard to give my BFF the confidence to take the t-shirt over her one-piece swimsuit off at the beach. It was summer, 100°F.
‘Two minutes later, some lady gasps, “That is obscene!” and the t-shirt went back on.’
Some women heavily related to Adrienne’s tweet and shared their own stories of being objectified
Another person shared: ‘A really tall Christian woman looked down my shirt and told me I should dress more modestly. A person had to look down into my shirt to see cleavage. Lol’.
Others however, were less sympathetic and incited that Adrienne had been at fault for not dressing more modestly.
One person said: ‘Maybe you should have worn a different dress’.
Another person said: ‘I have big naturals and have discrimination stories like this but I don’t discuss specifics now I’m approaching 40 as I recently met a 60 something grandma who was still using “I have big boobs” as a personality and it was tragic. I have decided to cover up lest I turn into her’.
And a third person agreed, saying: ‘I thought this was an exaggeration. I understand her reaction.’
Other commenters were less than happy with Adrienne’s choice of clothing and some even thought she made up the exchange