WhatsNew2Day - Latest News And Breaking Headlines
Take a fresh look at your lifestyle.

BLM demonstrator named ‘Naked Athena’ is a sex worker in her thirties

“The anger started in me … and I said I want to be naked, I want to confront them”: Portland protester named Naked Athena is a sex worker in her thirties and asked her partner to put her clothes on her face. with the police

  • The demonstrator of ‘Naked Athena’ wore only a cap and a face mask
  • She has revealed herself as a sex worker in her thirties named Jen
  • She asked her partner to hold on to her clothes before confronting federal officers
  • Jen described the moment as ‘like being in the eye of the storm’

The Portland protester named ‘Naked Athena’ due to her naked confrontation with the armed police has revealed how unplanned her display was and felt like she was ‘in the eye of the storm’

The woman, who was named Jen and was a sex worker in her thirties, shared how she was inspired to undress to confront the officers after being offended by their ‘macho’ views.

“There was no planning and a lot of thought went into it,” she told the podcast “Unrefined Sophisticates.”

A protester named 'Naked Athena' has been revealed as a woman in her thirties named Jen

A protester named ‘Naked Athena’ has been revealed as a woman in her thirties named Jen

“There was what felt like a very deep feminine place in me that provoked me.”

“All federal officers and police officers, I’ve watched them and they’re standing there with this attitude. Feet planted, shoulder-width apart, arms to the side, chest up, head high, and it’s a warrior pose … and it’s not deserved. ‘

She was with her partner, who she asked to hold on to when she made the bold decision.

“The anger started in me and I told my friends ‘I want to be naked, I want to confront them’, and my partner said ‘I will hold your clothes’, so I dove into a doorway and took off everything except my mask and my hat … because it’s cold. And I walked out there. ‘

Jen added that she is ‘notoriously naked’.

“You can hardly find me naked anywhere.

Surreal video footage of the scene shows Jen marching to the officers

Surreal video footage of the scene shows Jen marching to the officers

Surreal video footage of the scene shows Jen marching to the officers

Surreal video footage of the scene shows Jen marching to the officers

Surreal video footage of the scene shows Jen marching to the officers, who were in heavy protective gear, including gas masks and helmets, almost completely naked

The woman is then seen lying on the sidewalk taking on a different pose for federal officers

The woman is then seen lying on the sidewalk taking on a different pose for federal officers

The woman is then seen lying on the sidewalk taking on a different pose for federal officers

“I have been intimidated by the police because I am topless. My nakedness is political and it is my expression. ‘

She described the incident as “very calm and terrifying at the same time.”

“It’s like being in the eye of the storm,” she added.

Explaining her reasons for banning everything in a sign of vulnerability to the armed police officers, she said, “None of these people have weapons. Empty their pockets, take off their clothes – no one has weapons here.

“I just wanted them to see what they shoot at.”

Jen made a series of ballet and yoga poses for anti-riot officers around 1:45 a.m. on Saturday morning

Jen made a series of ballet and yoga poses for anti-riot officers around 1:45 a.m. on Saturday morning

Jen made a series of ballet and yoga poses for anti-riot officers around 1:45 a.m. on Saturday morning

Surreal video footage of the early July 20 scene shows Jen walking towards the officers, who were in heavy protective gear, including gas masks and helmets, almost completely naked.

Oregon state law is quite mild for public nudity, and in Portland it is only illegal to be naked in public for the purpose of arousing.

The impasse came after the city of Portland marked its 50th consecutive night of turmoil following the death of George Floyd, with crowds taking to the streets to denounce racial injustice.

Cops fired pepper balls at the woman’s feet as she drew on some poses and even leaned out on the street at one point.

The city of Portland has seen daily Black Lives Matter protests that condemned police brutality after George Floyd’s death.

The city of Portland has seen daily Black Lives Matter protests that condemned police brutality after George Floyd's death. Above, police are escorting a man in a red shirt from Lownsdale Square to reports of shots fired in Portland on Sunday evening

The city of Portland has seen daily Black Lives Matter protests that condemned police brutality after George Floyd's death. Above, police are escorting a man in a red shirt from Lownsdale Square to reports of shots fired in Portland on Sunday evening

The city of Portland has seen daily Black Lives Matter protests that condemned police brutality after George Floyd’s death. Above, police are escorting a man in a red shirt from Lownsdale Square to reports of shots fired in Portland on Sunday evening

Authorities are investigating a shooting at a protest in downtown Portland as demonstrations against police brutality continued in cities in the United States on Sunday for the 60th consecutive night.

Reports of shots in Portland’s Lownsdale Square emerged at around 7:30 PM local time, as witnesses said a fight broke out between several gunmen.

Portland police confirmed that two people had been detained after the incident and said one person was hospitalized for non-life-threatening injuries.

Advertisement

.