Another day, another bungled Zoom meeting.
The latest to fall prey to this insidious new business tool is 66-year-old Mexican politician Martha Lucia Micher who mistakenly managed to show her breasts to colleagues after conceding she didn’t quite have the hang of the technology.
Micher was involved in a Zoom meeting with at least 15 other senators from the left-wing National Regeneration Movement political party when her colleagues got a little more than they bargained for.
Realising the error of her ways, Micher immediately apologised saying: “In one part of the session, without realising and while the camera of my computer was on, I got changed showing my naked torso.
“I carried on participating in the session and thanks to a call from senators Alejandro Armenta Mier and Ovidio Peralta Suarez, I realised my error,” the senator said.
As these things do, images of Micher’s tech error soon went viral, with many commentators unfortuantely posting unsavory comments.
However, Micher – who’s also also the president of the State Commission of Gender Equality – said she wasn’t ashamed of her body.
Micher took down her detractors, posting: “I am not ashamed to have shown part of my intimacy by accident, because it is exactly the notion that a woman is ‘just her body’ that has allowed and fomented the objectification of women against which I have always fought.
“I am a woman of 66 years of age who has breastfed four children, three of whom are today professional and responsible men, and I feel proud of my body for having nourished them.
“I am a woman who has fought for the left for almost 40 years and who has occupied various public roles in my fervent commitment for the defence of human rights, I am a woman who is not ashamed of her body, I love it and I take care of it,” the proud pollie said.
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