How to stop being a victim and embrace your vulnerability
Ashley Greene, who was fired from her job as a data analyst for the California-based data analytics firm Dataminr last year, has made headlines again after she posted a series of selfies on social media, including one with her bare breasts and a bikini bottom, which sparked outrage online.
Greene, who previously worked for the insurance giant Aetna, is now a full-time professional photographer who was hired to work for Dataminl on a full time basis in February 2016, according to the California State Labor Commission.
Greenes first photo went viral when it was posted to her Instagram account and quickly went viral, with many commenting on it and commenting on Greene’s own body.
Greenee told the Los Angeles Times last month that she is a lesbian and bisexual woman who loves to “be naked.”
But she said she had no intention of making a political statement.
“I don’t believe in political correctness, and I don’t feel the need to do so.
I’ve been very honest with my employers about my sexual orientation,” she said.”
My intent was to share my body with others.
I did not want anyone to think that I was taking pictures of myself in a sexual way.
I’m just a very open person and I like to show my body and I’m very proud of who I am,” Greene said.
But on Sunday, Greenes Instagram account went dark after a post with a picture of her naked breasts was posted.
In the post, which was shared over 100 times and received over 1,000 comments, Greene said she is also a “progressive, progressive, progressive feminist.”
“I’m just sharing my experience and my story to make the world a better place,” she wrote.
“I hope that you, the world, will be inspired by my story.”
While some of the comments to Greene’s post are supportive of her story, others have criticized her for using a bikini top as part of her public statement.
“Do you have to cover your breasts to do it?
Do you have a right to do this?” one user commented.
Others said she was “playing it safe” by not revealing her breast size and body type to her employers.
“She has a right not to have a body she can be seen in, and she is choosing to do that,” said another commenter.
“But she needs to tell us what her body type is.
She is doing what she wants to do and is choosing her body in that manner.
She’s trying to keep her options open, but she doesn’t need to be embarrassed about it.
She should be.”