Thunder Rosa on first vote, women’s empowerment, etc. – WWE Sports

About the latest version of VOC Nation, NWA, AEW star Talkin’Sass Thunder Rosa We talked to Sassy Stephy about her dream of citizenship, first-time voting, and women’s empowerment. Here are some highlights:

About voting in the 2020 elections: “Yes, I became a US citizen in February 2019. Being my US citizen was one of the biggest things. Something from my wallet. I was looking for it, but there are still stickers I voted for, the first sticker in 34 years. I never voted, even when I was in Mexico. This election is happening all over the world. From all things, it was really really important to me. Believe it or not, it was one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done. “

Efforts to help women set their own boundaries and be unaffected by the boundaries set by male promoters are described as follows: That is the goal. I think the goal is to educate, empower and enable women to be themselves. I think they are important because for a long time there are very thin lines for women and sometimes I feel like I can’t cross them. If you go beyond that, you can label it as this and that, because this business has been run by men for so long. And (male) set the rules. So if you teach women to be their own, have sexuality, have their own persona, and respect it, I think we can make a difference. But in the meantime, it’s going to be difficult because we’re challenging the status quo of society and the status quo of the wrestling business … it’s very interesting how our sexuality is being abused by men. .. Panties (and) strip down. But when women (they) are trying to do something similar (as part of their behavior) (male promoters) it becomes like “what’s going on”. It seems like she did it before (promoters), but now that she’s doing it independently, it’s like you’re saying it’s wrong is. It’s like a very thin line. But I always tell girls, you (women) do what you want to do, and it’s in your morals and your limits, and it’s your boundaries. And you need to learn how to have boundaries and how to set your boundaries. You can do it if you feel comfortable, don’t do it if you don’t (feel comfortable). It’s always the case. “

On the advice she gives to young female performers: “In 2021 (I) definitely organized a lot to educate our workers … anything related to the contract … Social media, editing videos is how it becomes yours, you know the business owners. Their brand is their business. And so educate them, open the door, I think it helps a lot, just as it opens up opportunities for them. (I want to) This is for workers, referees, producers. That is, we really want to do something different … and There is a lot of backlash and a lot of criticism as you know … it’s new, so new people are afraid of it when you’re doing something. “

You can listen to the entire interview below. Talkin Sass drops every Thursday at midnight on VOC Nation and all major podcast platforms.

– WWE Sports

Thunder Rosa on first vote, women’s empowerment, etc. Thunder Rosa on first vote, women’s empowerment, etc.

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