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The scandal around the photo of Zelenskaya – the physiognomist explained the pose of the first lady

The psychologist explains that this is the pose of a strong woman, ready to rush into battle at any moment.

Elena Zelenskaya on the cover of Vogue / Photo instagram.com

The photo of the first lady of Ukraine Elena Zelenskaya on the cover of Vogue has become perhaps the most discussed on the network since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation. He is sincerely admired and openly criticized.

In addition, after such a fuss that the photo made, a flash mob was launched on the network with the hashtag #sitlikeagirl. After all, many women were outraged by the claim from the “traditionalists” to the position in which the first lady sits.

Note that the author of the photo is the famous Annie Leibovitz. For shooting, she came to Kyiv.

“She is about freedom, she is about courage and choice. Elena Zelenskaya shows that women are moving away from the template, we will not inherit any imposed stereotypes, rules, principles,” physiognomist and psychologist Natalia explains Zelenskaya’s pose on the air of the FreeDom project Marchenko.

According to the expert, the first lady of Ukraine is criticized by insecure people who are trying to raise their self-esteem in this way. She added that it would be strange if the president’s wife showed “super fashion” at a photo shoot at a time when the country was at war.

The psychologist explains that this is the pose of a strong woman, ready to rush into battle at any moment. She is ready to defend, act, defend.

Formerly Zelenskaya responded to criticism, which she received after the publication in the glossy Vogue of her and her husband’s photo shoot. She noted that sometimes the form in which this criticism is expressed is unpleasant for her, but “democracy is democracy for that.”

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