At the entrance to the Louvre last week in Paris, Newsha Syeh, a 25-year-old Australian, left for clothes. "Yesterday at the Louvre I clung to the doorway because of the clothes I wore," said the young woman in his Instagram story.
"He swore that he would rebel and reproach me with awful gestures and facial expressions. [le corps]. His eyes filled with hatred, and he prevented me from entering. "The heart was hurt by the idea that the Louvre was out of this kind of old-fashioned law." Obviously no … "
"If I had visited the church,
A young woman who claims that the museum had no formal dress code and was a victim of "brazen" Daily Mail:
"I've been to the Louvre Museum and it's beautiful and there are many naked women with statues and statues so I find that the person working there is angry or disgusted with the woman's body." Before concluding: "If I had visited the church, I would have understood and I could have been properly dressed."
Newsha Syeh finally visited the Paris Museum and presented several pictures of her visit. From your Instagram account.