Salma Hayek, Selena Gómez and other celebrities publish photos of their childhood this 8M
One way to support female wrestling It is through cyberactivism thanks to the fact that it manages to articulate the social struggles from day to day with information technologies, managing to increase its impact; and so they have made it famous as Ssoul hayek and selena gomez, who to commemorate this 8M published photos of their childhood on social networks to reflect “on the women we used to be, the women we are today”.
Salma Hayek, the famous Mexican actress who has managed to succeed in Hollywood and other parts of the world thanks to her talent and professionalism, posted on her Instagram account a black and white postcard of herself when she was a child.
In it you can see the Salma girl doing a stunt in what appears to be a ballet or gym class, which was accompanied by the message:
“In this International Women’s DayLet’s challenge ourselves to look back and reflect on the women we used to be, the women we are today. Post a picture of her younger self, or print one out and stick it on the bathroom mirror, and write to her how far she’s come and how proud you’ll be of herself now. Let’s use this time to encourage and empower each other. #IWD2023 #ChimeforChange #internationalwomensday”
Selena Gomez He also joined this trend by posting an image from when he was little girl and where he is seen wearing a yellow shirt with flowers while wearing a ponytail in his hair. The singer wrote accompanying the photo of her:
“Dear younger me, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Today is the International Women’s Day and I want each of us to be kinder to ourselves.”
Thalia Not only did she upload a photo from her childhood, but she posted a video in which she showed images of when she was a child and was already in the middle of the show. The famous mexican wrote on Instagram:
“Beauties, today is a day to remember how powerful we are, and how the feminine essence transforms everything in detail. When I was growing up, the term ’empowerment’ was not used. It was more like, You can! Go for everything and more!”