DR-host of the wake-up call: I had to pack my big tits away

Although the DR-host on P3 Maria Jencel again and again proved his worth to the bosses and colleagues, it has taken her a long time to be himself in his work, b

DR-host of the wake-up call: I had to pack my big tits away

Although the DR-host on P3 Maria Jencel again and again proved his worth to the bosses and colleagues, it has taken her a long time to be himself in his work, b

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
13 September 2019 Friday 21:00
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DR-host of the wake-up call: I had to pack my big tits away

Although the DR-host on P3 Maria Jencel again and again proved his worth to the bosses and colleagues, it has taken her a long time to be himself in his work, because all the time there were some who believed that it was not good enough.

she talks about on her Instagram profile.

'All my life I have had to prove that I'm clever. How ... HOW can you be blond, pink, shimmering, low-cut, thigh-length, high-heeled and CLEVER?', she starts the longer lookups.

Maria Jencel, who has just been married to DR-host Pelle Peter Jencel, has worked as journalist, editor and foreign correspondent, but according to her, she has never been allowed to be the real Maria in her jobs.

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She is of more bosses have been asked to dress more 'seriously' if she wanted to be taken seriously in the media industry.

'When I was younger, I listened to it. Thought the right adults were right - and I just had not understood it yet. I had to dress more masculine, pack my big tits away, because a flat chest is more credible than a soft and round - and I got the speak-training, because a deeper voice is more credible than a light. I took the grey and black clothes on. Blazers. Pants. Flat shoes. Dropped the pink lipstick. Made my voice deeper. And died a little inside', she writes.

With age, Maria has found more and more courage to be themselves. And now she's ready to tell his followers about his own little personal feminist struggle, as she calls it.

'My journalism and my stories grow, live, and rises when I do. And that is why I have insisted in recent years to hold on to everything that I am. A complex human being composed of both mica and ambitions, and a million other things, I also can be at the same time - just like any other people. It has been my eternal small personal feminist struggle to hold on to, that neither the breasts, a light voice, sexy clothes, or anything that is traditionally feminine is identified with it to be a woman - EVER stands in contrast to either intelligence or strength', she writes.

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here the lookup has been many years in the making... my Whole life I have had to prove that I'm clever. How... HOW can you be blond, pink, shimmering, low-cut, thigh-length, high-heeled and CLEVER? Impossible. All of the above words is the = stupid. As a journalist, editor and foreign correspondent, I have many times been told by modern managers, both male and female, that I should dress more “seriously” (read: traditionally masculine), if I want to be taken seriously. Well that the brand is not just at the Danish school of journalism - but AFTER I had worked hard and proven myself for years. I could overtake all my fellow students and become the youngest foreign correspondent might ever in Denmark. Nevertheless, it was mine !?clothes?! that showed, if I was clever - not my journalism. When I was younger, I listened to it. Thought the right adults were right - and I just had not understood it yet. I had to dress more masculine, pack my big tits away, because a flat chest is more credible than a soft and round - and I got the speak-training, because a deeper voice is more credible than a light. I took the grey and black clothes on. Blazers. Pants. Flat shoes. Dropped the pink lipstick. Made my voice deeper. And died a little inside. My journalism and my stories grow, live, and rises when I do. And that is why I have insisted in recent years to hold on to everything that I am. A complex human being composed of both mica and ambitions, and a million other things, I also can be at the same time - just like any other people. It has been my eternal small personal feminist struggle to hold on to, that neither the breasts, a light voice, sexy clothes, or anything that is traditionally feminine is identified with it to be a woman - EVER stands in contrast to either intelligence or strength, Let me repeat that: IT is TO BE a WOMAN IN YOUR OWN WAY - NEVER STANDS IN CONTRAST TO EITHER INTELLIGENCE OR STRENGTH. It was just the PS. On the world's coolest radio channel, P3, I get to be exactly who I am!

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For Extra Magazine tells Maria that the time felt right to share the advertisement with his many followers.

Maria Jencel would, however, like to make it clear that not all of the bosses, she has had that have commented on her appearance, and the advertisement should not be construed as a 'mess', but rather a comment to the 'masculine culture', as Maria believes there is a consensus in the society.

- There is this consensus that people need to look in a certain way - a masculine way, if you want, and it is society's fault. But I have it such that it never has made me dumber having pink clothes on, says the host, who two weeks ago was married, by a great 'barbie wedding' on the island of Bornholm.

Maria Jencel. stresses that it is certainly not only something women experience.

- It is, after all, a traditionally masculine expression we associate with the 'credible'. I have a husband who also loves gold, diamonds, pink and to be low - and he can also be seen as too much, she says.

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Maria felt as a newly graduated pressure to go in any particular clothes, because she otherwise did not fit into and be able to show that she was a serious journalist.

- I custom me a norm. I think that many men and women do, there is no jantelov.

She hopes that with the spread to put the focus on the culture that has been created in the society around, that one can only be wise, if you dress masculine.

Maria Jencel ends his postings on Instagram with a call.

'It is to be a woman in your own way never stands in contrast to either intelligence or strength'.

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Maria strikes a blow for, that pink is not a color that makes you stupid. Photo: Petra Kleis

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Updated: 13.09.2019 21:00
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