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Alessandra de Rossi stands up for unmarried women: ‘Kanya-kanyang trip lang ‘yan’

/ 04:52 PM May 04, 2021
Alessandra De Rossi

Alessandra de Rossi. Image: Instagram/@msderossi

Alessandra de Rossi could not help but express her frustrations over people who have negative perceptions towards unmarried women, as she asserted that people have different “paths” in life.

“BV na minsan (Sometimes it’s annoying) when people make you feel you’re less of a woman, [because] you’re not married or you don’t have kids (yet) or a ring on your finger,” she stated on her Twitter page today, May 4.

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She clarified that she is happy for women who find joy in marriage and parenthood, but she pointed out that this belief is not the same for everyone else.

“If motherhood or getting married is the best thing that ever happened to you, I’m happy for you. I’m sure it is the happiest place to be,” de Rossi told other women, as she quipped that she is fine with just having fast food.

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“Kanya kanyang trip lang ‘yan. Naiiyak nga ako sa magandang sunset and it’s also the best thing for me.” (We all have different likes. I cry over a beautiful sunset and it’s also the best thing for me.)

The actress added that she is going to take whatever blessings come her way because she does not pray to get married anytime soon.

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“I never asked for anything but my family’s safety. I never prayed for a man or a career,” she pointed out.

De Rossi also reminded others that they should stop feeling that they have “made it” in life just because they are already married and have children, while others remain single or childless.

The actress, known for portraying strong-willed women characters, has been recognized by the Urian, Famas and other award-giving bodies for her work. JB

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