Chloe Madeley has debate about using sexuality to promote being a PT
‘It isn’t a crime that women should hide!’ Chloe Madeley ignites heated debate about using her sexuality to promote her personal training
Chloe Madeley candidly discussed the topic of using her sexuality to promote her personal training business on Instagram on Wednesday.
The daughter of presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan, 33, declared ‘sexuality isn’t a crime that women should hide’ as she ignited a debate on the subject, ‘Should female PTs stop using sexuality to sell/promote?’
She wrote: ‘Who thinks female sexuality = a great health and fitness plan?
Opinion: Chloe Madeley candidly discussed the topic of using her sexuality to promote her personal training business on Instagram on Wednesday
‘Nobody does. Nobody is buying a health and fitness plan based on how sexual the PT is selling it.
‘Female professionals can and should be as sexual or unsexual/asexual as they like.
‘Sexuality isn’t a crime that women should hide in order to be considered intelligent, informed, professional, successful or talented.
‘Sexuality is a BASIC element of human nature. It’s pretty boring that we’re still discussing whether or not a woman can be both sexual and professional at the same time.’
Toned: The daughter of presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan, 33, declared ‘sexuality isn’t a crime that women should hide’ as she ignited a debate on the subject, ‘Should female PTs stop using sexuality to sell/promote?’
She wrote: ‘Who thinks female sexuality = a great health and fitness plan? Nobody does’
She added: ‘1 does not cancel out the other.’
She invited opinions on the subject matter, with one fan writing: ‘ As a red blooded male I can endorse womens sensuality, on a serious note if you got it…flaunt it.
‘Brains, looks, whatever gets ahead.. its a shame theres still misogynistic views like one rule for men an another for women. Gotta love a female boss. Without a woman we wouldn’t have gotten to the moon ( Katherine Johnson).’
Another wrote: ‘I personally can understand the question as there are more and more people in the Instagram fitness community who’s content is getting raunchier all of the time.
Debate: Some fans wholeheartedly agreed with Chloe’s point of view
‘I’m not saying it’s right or wrong but the general content can be very sexualised and seems to be more so than a couple of years ago.
Chloe disagreed with this statement, responding: ‘I’ve been on insta for about 8 years and there was highly sexual “fitness” content from day 1.
‘There is nothing wrong with it. If somebody buys a plan because somebody is sexy then that’s pretty stupid but hey, that’s the way of the marketing world.
‘The question indicates women can be professional or sexual but it’s inappropriate to be both. And it’s not. Sort of like me saying “why do batman and superman and Spider-Man have to have abs on their costumes?
‘It takes away from their moral compass!” It’s just saying that one thing cancels out the other, one is surface one is internal and the 2 CAN coexist without finishing each other x’
Disagree: The star disagreed with another fan who said female PT content was getting very sexualised
A third fan wrote: ‘I totally disagree with your first two points, but wholeheartedly endorse your overall message. The only person who should tell you how to present yourself is James (cough!)
‘There’s nothing at all wrong with any adult showing some skin, you are showing that you walk your talk; but no matter what, consumers will buy (or not) based on how you present yourself, so it will have an influence and that’s your choice, your body, and your business.’
Chloe responded: ‘My audience is predominantly (90%) women.
‘Market research shows that women are (ironically) turned OFF by the overt sexualisation of other women.
‘Posing sexy images should, statistically, hurt me. But It doesn’t, because I’m a professional, and my female audience know and respect that.
Regardless, I’m championing both.’
Another opinion: The star revealed her sexy images didn’t ‘hurt’ her brand because she is professional and respectful of her audience
Chloe recently hit back at those that didn’t believe she’s achieved her toned frame through hard work by posting a BTS underwear snap.
She wrote in the caption: ‘BTS vids are for the keyboard warriors who know in their infinite wisdom that I built a career on airbrushing.’
Chloe has started a new advice column in The Sun and discussed her own love life as she answered a question from a woman whose husband is worried that she prefers using her sex toys over being intimate with him.
Frank as ever, Chloe brought up her own sex life with rugby star beau James Haskell, 35, as she imparted her words of wisdom.
She said: ‘The male ego is very fragile. James’ ego is 90 per cent about how good he is in bed – all he does is talk about how great he is in the sack.’
Raunchy: Frank as ever, Chloe brought recently brought up her own sex life with rugby star beau James Haskell, 35, as she imparted her words of wisdom in her column
The fitness expert then told the woman that a lot of ladies can likely relate to preferring alone time over sex with their husband.
She added: ‘Explain to your husband that your alone time is no different to him watching porn. It’s a means to an end to make yourself feel good and is not a threat to him.
‘Maybe bring a sex toy into the bedroom and make it part of your sex life together, so he can see it is not a competition.’
It comes after Chloe revealed she benefits from James having bedded up to 1,000 women before he met her.
Oh! It comes after Chloe revealed she benefits from James having bedded up to 1,000 women before he met her
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