Rage Against Bindi Irwin

Published on: June 24, 2014
Photography by: Getty Images Entertainment
Rage Against Bindi Irwin

Crocodile Hunter daughter BINDI IRWIN sparks rage. WHY?

Only 15-years-old, Bindi already has some sage advice for her peers and yet what she perceives as a good suggestion has been severely criticized by Vox Populi at large.

In an interview with News Corp Australia, Irwin said that she is a huge advocate for girls dressing their age so they can spare themselves the shame of youthful skankiness years later.

 “I almost wish I could tell young girls, ‘Look, in 10 years when you look back at yourself, you’ll cringe honey, honestly… Just dress like who you are. Don’t try so hard. A pair of jeans and a T-shirt is just as gorgeous and even makes you look classier,’” she said in the interview.

Bindi also stated that dressing conservatively doesn’t mean girls can’t have fun with their wardrobe choices. In fact, Irwin, who spends most of her days in khakis working at the Australia Zoo, says she enjoys being creative with her clothing.

 “I suppose the last year or so really I’ve been starting to have some fun and see what I can do with make-up and wardrobe and be a little bit of a girlie girl,” she said. “Finding that great line between comfort and looking semi-good is fantastic.”

But not everyone agrees with the young Ozzie.

Australian actress and #FreeTheNipple advocate Caitlin Stasey tweeted: “Open letter to bindi, in ten years you’ll wish you stood beside your shared sex rather than be proud you belittled their choices & agency”

Open letter to bindi, in ten years you'll wish you stood beside your shared sex rather than be proud you belittled their choices & agency— caitlin stasey (@caitlinstasey) June 23, 2014

Stasey continued in her “open letter” saying, “You may want to stay dressed, stay covered. But do we really think one person should be dictating how all others dress or how to express themselves? … I hope you understand that this argument is about female behavior again being micromanaged by the media while male behavior remains unrestricted.”

Bindi, your move.