“I’m not posting about this to start an inevitable war,” Constance Hall has gone viral overnight by telling her Instagram followers that she doesn’t want the COVID-19 vaccine. But the rest of the story might surprise you…
Talking about the COVID-19 is certainly a hot topic, and one that is on everyone’s lips. Constance Hall shared her very frank and honest thoughts on the COVID-19 vaccine, and her followers have gone wild in response. Wildly supportive in agreement.
“Do I want the covid vaccine? Hell no. I didn’t want a million shots before going to Africa either nor did I want a tiny camera shoved up my bum at my last colonoscopy or the incision I was given between my vagina and my arse that my daughters head finally poked out of,” Constance Hall wrote yesterday to her 420,000 followers.
“In fact I don’t want to clean this f&#king kitchen I’m sitting in either. But life is full of things I don’t want to do, it’s how I grow and learn as a person. Because if I only did what I wanted to do instead of what I felt was morally, socially, emotionally and physically obliged to do I would be in jail or dead by now.”
Funnily enough, when I think about the vaccine I don’t think about “choices” and “my body” I think about “responsibilities” and “other people”
She continued, “I’m not getting immunised to reflect my choices as a human or a mother or statistics on a virus or to pick a side and I’m not posting about this to start an inevitable war… I’m getting immunised to reflect my gratitude to the community that looks after me. And if I can’t make a small sacrifice and accept a bit of trepidation and discomfort for the vulnerable people around me, my mum, my mate with cancer, then I’m not comfortable calling myself an empath.”
The Australian Influencer who is a self-described ‘free spirited, conscious soul, free range Mum of many, wife to wild surfer man, barefoot, opinionated Queen, who is also pro vaccine’ finished the Instagram post by stating, “Now I gotta clean this f%#king kitchen!”
The Instagram post has had huge support, with 14,600 likes and comments from celebrities like Turia Pitt, “Well said!”
What do you think? Do you agree with Constance?