I refuse to wear a bra despite trolls calling me ‘sl*tty’, it makes me sound promiscuous and wild so I’m all for it

A MUM has revealed she refuses to wear a bra despite trolls calling her ‘sl*tty’, which she loves as she reckons it makes her sounds wild and promiscuous. 

Mum-of-four Mel Watts regularly shares the realities of family life on social media, and has continued to document her life throughout the pandemic. 


Mum-of-four Mel Watts shares her hectic family life online[/caption]

Mel, from Australia, has embraced comfort and ditched her bra in recent months, like most women, but shared the vile comments she received over her look. 

The mum uploaded a snap of herself in a black top, minus a bra, along with the vicious comment where she was branded ‘sl*tty’. 

After sharing a video of herself in the outfit, one troll lashed out, saying: “Why do women not wear bras any more? 

“I mean I know you’re at home being comfortable but if you’re going to record yourself to post for social media girl put a damn bra on.

She revealed she got called ‘sl*tty’ for not wearing a bra

“What’s interesting you didn’t wear a bra with your dress either which feels sl*tty to me so.

“Don’t worry I already unfollowed you.” 

Mel shared the post on Instagram, and said that at one point in her life the comment would have affected her, but now she’s able to move past it. 


Mel, from Australia, admitted at one point the comment would have really bothered her[/caption]

The mum to Ayden, Ivie, Indie, and Sonny, said: “This may have offended me back in 2010, like that time I was told I couldn’t wear a dress in case it came off as the wrong impression….

“But 2021 Mel thinks, let them free and by all means if you’re trying to offend me by name calling, call me a housewife that’ll p*ss me off quicker than sl*tty.

“Slutty sounds promiscuous, Adventurous and wild.

Mel Watts

She said being called sl*tty made her feel wild and promiscuous [/caption]

“All the things I’m currently not.”

Her defiance has racked up thousands of likes, as people praised Mel’s outlook – and backed her decision not to wear a bra. 

One person said: “You look amazing! I don’t know what she is talking about.”


Lots of women have ditched their bras recently due to the pandemic and lockdowns [/caption]

Another wrote: “Why they needed to send this and then say they have already unfollowed you.

“Why not unfollow you and keep the remarks to themselves! Completely up to you what you wear or don’t wear!”

A third commented: “Who would ever wear a bra at home.”


Mel said being called a housewife would be more offensive to her [/caption]

This person joked: “What’s a bra? Lol.”

While someone else added: “Bra’s are so overrated anyway. You do you!

“I love not wearing one haha so much comfier.”

Thousands of women commented on the post – claiming Mel is entitled to dress however she likes

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