Dr. Cranley Shared a Very Controversial Instagram Post this Independence Day
With a tip of the hat to the rising #MyBodyMyChoice movement, esteemed scientist and influencer, Dr. Cranley shared on her Instagram a racy photo that sparked heavy debate.
In the photo she wore a controversial shirt, with "It's my body. It's my choice.," inscribed in an outline of a woman's breasts.
The post garnered over 150 comments, many lauding her support of women's reproductive rights. However, not all comments were in support. One commenter wrote:
"Your wrong. It’s not your choice."
"Why must you turn america’s birthday into a political fest?"
To which another commenter asked in response:
"Is there not a better day to discuss our rights as citizens?"
At the center of the debate, was the long standing political conflict between pro-choice and pro-life advocates. However, given recent states passing new legislation making abortion more easily prosecutable in court, there has been a sharp rise in the discussion among American citizens.
When asked about the controversy, Dr. Cranley stated:
"Few influencers in my area have spoken out about this subject. I wanted to use my platform this July 4th to have a real discussion about reproductive rights, instead of posting just another red, white, and blue outfit at the beach.
"I mean it is Independence Day after all. And what's independence day without a conversation about our personal freedoms."
Dr. Cranley provided information in the post about where others could purchase the shirt, of which 100% of profits went towards NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Dr. Cranley is well known in the scientific community, but in recent years gained a massive following from her blog TheDoctorette.com and her Instagram account @TheDoctorette after several viral posts. She is a national speaker, and is well known for her research on workplace productivity and burnout, as well as several breakthroughs in behavioral psychology.
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Dr. Nicole Cranley is the behavioral scientist behind the lifestyle blog, The Doctorette, as well as the host of the upcoming podcast, The Mad Hattresses. Her research has been published in multiple national and international, peer-reviewed journals, and featured by several media outlets including, The Wall Street Journal, Verily Magazine, and PsyBlog. The Doctorette caters to a carefully cultivated audience of professional, ambitious women who are interested in fashion, clean beauty, and lifestyle. It blends topics related to her professional background such as self-care and resilience to help women live life boldly, authentically, and in style. In her podcast, The Mad Hattresses, she combines her expertise with personal and guest stories that inspire, challenge, and entertain listeners. She lives with her husband Nathan and their dog Loki in Durham. In addition to her social media presence, she serves as a consultant to several Fortune 100 and 500 companies on multi-million dollar projects.
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