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Tracy Braben, a member of the British Parliament, raised more than $ 26,000 to charities by selling a bare shoulder dress on the website “eBay”, which had sparked controversy when Rabin wore it in Parliament last week.
Rabin, a shadow minister in Britain’s main opposition party, raised funds for the Girl Guides Association in the United Kingdom.
The dress, which was out of stock in the ASOS online store, in the wake of the social media buzz, received 180 shows on eBay.
The controversial dress worn by Yorkshire MP Tracy Brabin in Parliament last week sold for just over £ 20,000 at an online auction yesterday. pic.twitter.com/Yhgde7CY97
– BBC Radio Humberside (@RadioHumberside) February 14, 2020
And Rabin, a former actress, was She was criticized Sharp on “Twitter” last week after appearing in the House of Commons wearing a black dress.
Immediately, the member of Parliament commented on the criticism on Twitter, describing the comments as being sexual in nature.
Hello. Sorry I don’t have time to reply to all of you commenting on this but I can confirm I’m not ….
About to breastfeed
Just been banged over a wheelie bin.
Who knew people could get so emotional over a shoulder … 🙄 https://t.co/sTWWiEY2TF
– Tracy Brabin MP 🌹 (@TracyBrabin) February 4, 2020
Our duty to tackle sexual discrimination
During her appearance on a TV talk show, she said that focusing on her clothes was “ridiculous” but added, “It is our duty to address daily sexual discrimination.”
In another television appearance, Rabin said, “The erotic comments were very shocking and of a sexual nature.”
‘The vitriolic comments were so shocking and so sexualized, I couldn’t get my head around it.’
– Good Morning Britain (@GMB) February 11, 2020
And about her dress being put on sale for charity, the British politician said she chose to raise money for the Girl Scouts Association because of the association’s “tremendous” work in helping to develop young girls ’confidence and self-esteem – something that could be particularly affected by social media.