A Mexican lawmaker accidentally topped a government zoom meeting – but later insisted he was “not ashamed” for showing off his body.
66-year-old Senator Martha Lucia Mechor Kamerena said she didn’t know she was still on camera when she made the change during a meeting about the economy last Thursday – only to be felt when colleagues warned her.
He later apologized to everyone he saw – including members of the media – for allegedly realizing that he had accidentally exceeded expected standards of behavior and blamed his lack of understanding of the new technology.
However, the senator for Guanajuato refused to be too shy to be exposed.
“I’m not shy about accidentally showing you part of my intimacy, Malu Muchar,” Kamarena wrote on Twitter, Declares herself a proud feminist.
“I’m a 66-year-old woman who breastfed four children, three of whom are professional and responsible men today, and I’m proud of my body for raising them,” she continued.
“I am a woman, a woman who is not shy about her body. I love and care.”
Many of his colleagues spoke out in support of the politician, instead attacking those who spread the images.
Fellow Senator Ricardo Monreal Avila He called her a “role model.”, “Saying,” Morality and honesty are always stronger than degrading and offensive. “
He is not the first to fail to rely on the Corona virus era in video meetings. In Brazil, a leading judge zoomed in on the trial.
Even in New York, the city’s hospital president, Dr. Mitchell Katz, changed his shirt as reporters waited for him to begin a virtual press conference.