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Canadian news anchor reveals email from viewer telling her to stop showing ‘too much cleavage’

Canadian news anchor blows out viewer telling her to ‘dress appropriately’ after showing off ‘too much cleavage’ saying, ‘This generation of women doesn’t face harassment of any kind’

  • Kori Sidaway, a journalist for CHEK News in Victoria, was criticized for ‘cleavage’
  • She shared an email she got from a critic asking her to ‘dress appropriately’
  • Warned that ‘this generation of women does not face harassment of any kind’

A Canadian news anchor has hit back on a viewer who criticized her for showing “too much cleavage” and warned that “this generation of women does not face any kind of harassment.”

Kori Sidaway, a reporter for CHEK News in Victoria, went to Twitter to share the scathing email she received from a critic asking her to dress ‘appropriately’ on the airwaves.

She said she refused to bow to the ‘body shaming’ and instead ‘took back her power’ by sharing the message.

Twitter users rushed to support the journalist and reassure her that on their screens she looked ‘beautiful’ and professional.

Kori Sidaway Canadian news anchor has hit back at viewer who criticized her for showing 'too much cleavage' and warned that 'this generation of women does not face any kind of harassment'

Canadian news anchor Kori Sidaway (pictured) has hit back at a viewer who criticized her for showing ‘too much cleavage’ and warned that ‘this generation of women does not face any kind of harassment’

Kori, a reporter for CHEK News in Victoria, shared the scathing email she received from a critic asking her on Twitter this week to dress 'appropriately', with the caption above

Kori, a reporter for CHEK News in Victoria, shared the scathing email she received from a critic asking her on Twitter this week to dress 'appropriately', with the caption above

Kori, a reporter for CHEK News in Victoria, shared the scathing email she received from a critic asking her on Twitter this week to dress ‘appropriately’, with the caption above

“This screenshot was sent to me and pretty much all my colleagues in my newsroom in an effort to strategically shame and guard my body,” Kori wrote on her social media accounts.

Unfortunately, this happens quite often to women who work in the public eye, but this was one of the worst.

To the nameless keyboard warrior (s) who try to reduce women in the media, in politics, in any workplace, in public or at home – to an outfit or a body part – just a word of warning: this generation of women does not rise for any form of harassment. ‘

The email was sent with two attachments, one of which was a photo of Kori during a news segment in which she was wearing a white V-neck blouse with a colorful necklace.

The email (photo) was sent with two attachments, one of which was a photo of Kori during a news segment where she was wearing a white V-neck blouse with a colorful necklace.

The email (photo) was sent with two attachments, one of which was a photo of Kori during a news segment where she was wearing a white V-neck blouse with a colorful necklace.

The second image showed a woman's chest while wearing a piece of clothing (photo), with the sender suggesting that the audience at home saw such a daring look when viewing Kori

The second image showed a woman's chest while wearing a piece of clothing (photo), with the sender suggesting that the audience at home saw such a daring look when viewing Kori

The email (photo left) was sent with two attachments, one of which is a photo of Kori during a news segment in which she was wearing a white V-neck blouse. The second image showed a woman’s chest while wearing a deep robe (photo right), with the sender suggesting that the audience at home saw such a daring look when viewing Kori

Kori (pictured), a weekend reporter for CHEK news who has been on TV screens in Canada for two years, shared the message Tuesday and it has already received more than 4,500 likes

Kori (pictured), a weekend reporter for CHEK news who has been on TV screens in Canada for two years, shared the message Tuesday and it has already received more than 4,500 likes

Kori (pictured), a weekend reporter for CHEK news who has been on TV screens in Canada for two years, shared the message Tuesday and it has already received more than 4,500 likes

The second image showed the plunging neckline of a woman in a deep robe, with the sender suggesting that the audience at home perceived Kori’s gaze this way.

‘Important news. Too much cleavage can break your news story. Don’t let it happen to you. Episode: Sunday, September 6, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m., ‘they wrote.

Attached are two photos. What you think we see and what we actually see. Dress appropriately, it was hard work to get there. Thanks, Vancouver Island Cleavage Patrol. ‘

Kori, a weekend reporter for CHEK news who has been on TV screens in Canada for two years, shared the message on Tuesday and it has already received more than 4,500 likes.

Social media users (above) offered their support to the journalist, with some fellow TV reporters even revealing their own cases of body shaming

Social media users (above) offered their support to the journalist, with some fellow TV reporters even revealing their own cases of body shaming

Social media users (above) offered their support to the journalist, with some fellow TV reporters even revealing their own cases of body shaming

Social media users offered their support to the journalist, with some fellow TV reporters even revealing their own cases of body shaming.

‘When I dropped anchor – like in the 90s (back in the day), I was told to always wear long sleeves because my bare arms were too provocative. My. Bald. Arms! ‘one person wrote.

Another Twitter user said: “Strange message Kori, maybe it was a terrible attempt at humor. Still, it had a bad taste. I enjoy your news outlets and hope you don’t let this negativity spoil your day. ‘

Kori thanked her followers for feeling 'so much less alone, so supported and so much more powerful' (photo)

Kori thanked her followers for feeling 'so much less alone, so supported and so much more powerful' (photo)

Kori thanked her followers for feeling ‘so much less alone, so supported and so much more powerful’ (photo)

A third added: the top is beautiful and there was nothing wrong with it. The keyboard critics must shut up because nobody cares about their outdated ideas or sexist opinions. Female journalists are not there to ogle, we are there to do our job. Point.’

Kori thanked her followers for feeling “so much less alone, so supported and so much stronger.” “You helped get my lemon and make lemonade,” she added.

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