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They fired a Colombian professor from a university for being an influencer

Yeimy Ilias, a Colombian professor, denounced that she was fired from the university for being an influencer.

The Barranquilla professor Yeimy Ilias denounced that she was fired from the university for being an influencer. They fired a Colombian professor from a university for being an influencer

The teacher, who has 129.9 thousand followers on Instagram, told in I Know Everything that she was an undergraduate teacher at a university.

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Yeimy, who is the mother of a 13-year-old girl, said her following began to rise after she was invited to a television show.

In this way, his popularity began to grow. The accounting professional – and who has several specializations – did not believe it, but shared more content.

They fired a Colombian professor from a university for being an influencer

For that reason, this caused annoyance among his conservative colleagues at the university where he taught.

Above all, for her bikini photos, her travels and dances.

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An annoyed colleague told her boss that she posted “casual” content.

They fired a Colombian professor from a university for being an influencer

For this reason, she was fired, she recounted on the program “I know everything.”

But it did not end there. When she reached a hundred thousand followers, she decorated her room with many pumps and seductively danced in black pajamas.

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This upset a close friend of his partner, who complained.

For Yeimy it is incomprehensible that she is fired for her content, since that does not affect her competence as a professional.

They fired a Colombian professor from a university for being an influencer

She has a specialization and a master’s degree.

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Currently, he teaches at the Autonomous University of the Caribbean.

Students respect her as a teacher and support her as an influencer.

Dismissed for their content

Yeimy’s story reminds professionals who have been fired for their digital activity on other platforms.

The most controversial of these is Onlyfans, which has become popular in the last year.

This was the case of British footballer Madelene Wright, who was fired from her club for her “inappropriate” content.

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She was fired from the Charlton Athletic WFC club, but two videos were posted on Snapchat that ruined her career.

The former soccer player drank champagne while driving a vehicle and also inhaled an inflated balloon at a party.

She had already starred in similar scenes.

And after a month without receiving any other offers, he tried his luck at Only Fans.

To see their photos you have to pay approximately 150 thousand pesos per month.

But Madelene’s is an isolated case.

Slutshaming and sexism

In fact, there is still sexism in male-dominated places, like politics and academia.

Women who in leadership positions dare to adorn themselves are harshly judged.

This, due to the anachronistic conception that fashion is something frivolous and completely “feminine”.

Also, the fact of showing the body falls into this categorization.

Women are judged as “not very serious and intelligent” if they show their attributes.

This, due to the Eurocentric and Judeo-Christian conception that everything related to the body is sin.

And of course, it is related to the feminine sphere, which is “inferior”.

Fashion historian Valerie Steele spoke in her 1991 essay, “The F-Word,” of this topic at the academy.

And how an academic woman had to blend in with her male colleagues to be taken seriously.

Years later, famous adherents to showing their bodies do it to control their own story.

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This is the case of model Emily Ratajkowski, who has spoken about how a model has to fight to control her own narrative.

And how he has fought against slutshaming, which is precisely that condemnation of women for showing their bodies and their sensuality.

Kim Kardashian has been another of the women who has opted for the freedom to show her body.

Of course, within the regulations that she now represents.

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But the strongest example has been that of actress Helen Mirren.

The prestigious interpreter answered a sexist interview in the 70s that tried to denigrate her for her attributes.

She replied that she could be just as serious and respected even showing what she wanted.

You can watch the video here.

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