'No one is perfect'; Ariel Winter rants on wardrobe criticism

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 20, 2017

"No one is ideal", she continued.

"I'm not trying to show you my a- in shorts when I go to the grocery store".

Ariel Winter is frustrated by the constant critiques of her appearance and wardrobe - and just wants to live her life.

Late on Monday Winter, who is often snapped by the paparazzi, took to Instagram to share another lengthy "rant", in which she urged her detractors to leave her alone and let her live life in peace.

Her comments come following photos released this month, in which she can seen grocery shopping in a pair of denim shorts.

"That one in particular where her leg is raised and she is holding a martini glass, all I could do was cry and feel sorry for her", she told the publication.

The 19-year-old went on to discuss social media comments about her THR interview, in which she criticizes how her mother (from whom she was legally emancipated in 2015) dressed her as a child actor.

Workman said: 'I feel that Ariel is starving for attention.

In the interview, Winter got candid about her rough childhood (for example, food was moderated and she wasn't allowed to play with other girls) and mentioned how her clothes were sexualized at a young age - everything was cut low and skirts were extremely short.

"I'd also like to address the tweets I get saying, 'you accused your mother of sexualising you yet you're a whore.' I was a CHILD being dressed like I was 24. I was 8-13 years old", she stated. I'm an ADULT now, who can make my own choices and have my own identity. "As you mature at 16, 17, 18 you further develop your own identity and can make decisions for yourself", she said. She goes on to write in the Instagram post, "As a child, you do as you're told regardless of what is good for you". I want to be in the news when I ASK for it by going to a publicised event, or EVEN BETTER when I have work out/coming out!'

"Just because I decide to show my body occasionally doesn't mean I'm unintelligent or that I'm talentless of that I have no self respect". "I still respect the people that hurt me".

"We need to move on from this stigma that women who are comfortable with their bodies and their sexuality are just "dumb sluts"."

Winter summed up the rant by pointing out her disappointment that people seemed to only focus on that one part of her interview and ended it by writing: "Do whatever you want people, just strive to please YOURSELF and NO ONE else".

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