The Bachelor “winner” Snezana Markoski has been blasted by “trolls” for sexualising her daughter Eve in an Instagram photo promoting a coffee-based scrub.
In the post, Snezana and Eve are wearing shower caps, not wearing much at all (although Eve’s body is hidden by her mum’s legs), covered in the scrub, both pouting at the camera.
She posted the photo with the caption, “Eve hates coffee but this one passes her test!!”
Within minutes Snezana was being attacked online for sexualising her 10-year-old daughter, although you’d have a hard time finding the attacks in among all the comments about how great her boobs looked.
Great job of sexualising a child.
Sorry but that is the harsh reality of it. If only you knew what goes through their mind. Encourage her to be a 10-year-old, not posing images of what should be an 18-year-old.
It’s a great photo but I feel if your going to shoot with your daughter maybe not with the boobs out on display, as she is putting on a pose could try something else with the daughter
Strike a sexual pose next to child whilst almost naked. Have child strike sexual pose. Post on ig.
Snezana and her many fans quickly defended the image.
How the hell is this sexualising a child? Only a pervert would say that. You’re gross.
This is not sexualising, you are disgusting for thinking that!”
Soo annoying that’s people are offended by this but if it was a good looking man and his son no problem.
Not sure why everyone is so constipated over this photo? Nothing wrong with it? people these days.
Snezana said: To all the haters. Stay tuned, you’re gonna have so much more to be p***** about. Then she posted this.
There are a couple of definitions of “sexualise”.
The first is “to make sexual” and the second is to “attribute sex or a sex role to”. The idea that Snezana has magically transformed her daughter into a child capable of portraying or feeling sexual thoughts is ridiculous and pretty impossible. You can’t actually make somebody sexual.
In fact it’s the people who suggested Snezana had sexualised her daughter who are doing the sexualising, by attributing sex or a sex role to something that is completely innocent. The photo is of a mother and daughter having a bit of fun, playing pretend, sharing a moment and just mucking around. I have taken countless similar photos of myself with my children where we are pouting and posing and being silly.