“There are many lessons to be drawn”: Diana Bolocco is honest about the controversial sayings of her sister Cecilia

Several weeks after Cecilia Bolocco was at the center of the controversy, her sister Diana spoke about the questioned sayings of the former Miss Universe about “plus-size women”.

During your participation in the program text gamefrom Channel 13, Diana Bolocco He started saying that what Cecilia said should be “disabled”, “because she is my sister and because I love her above all things and I am always with her”.

Of course, the driver stressed that her sister apologized and that there are lessons to be drawn. “She apologized, she herself said that she was wrong and I think there are many lessons to be learned from what happened. We are all learning from the new generations, we are all evolving and we all have the right to make mistakes and to admit that we did. She said it by herself, did a live and explained what had happened to her. I am sure that what she said she did not do it with the intention of harming anyone, ”she stated.

In this sense, he stressed that among what they have learned from the youngest is, for example, not to talk about physical appearance. “We all learn. I’ve made a lot of mistakes myself. Even younger women have taught me a lot about, for example, this very subject, not to talk about bodies. But as cliché as it is, the intention is always what counts and she did not intend to harm, ”she insisted.

“Cancel Culture”

The television host also wanted to take another reading of the episode, referring to social networks. “They are very positive, they open up a precious space of intimacy, but there is a very cruel B-side (…) Many people said terrible, horrible things to my sister, so it seems to me that there is a double face,” she warned.

“If you ask for respect you cannot insult. and sometimes a carnage is caused, the culture of cancellation seems to me that we have to review it, thinking that we do not have the right to ask for forgiveness, to change or to evolve seems dangerous to me”, expressed Bolocco.