The most resonant theme of the last few days in all the media was the controversial interview that Mavys Álvarez gave to tell about the hardships she lived alongside Diego Maradona, and this prompted a large number of testimonies and cross opinions. Beyond the subject in question, which in itself is very sensitive, there were those who were encouraged to talk about their own experiences, just as they did today Gladys La Bomba Tucumana.
The renowned singer made public a shocking memory of her childhood when an older man who lives near her house would have wanted to get over her, but fortunately did not succeed. “A fan is opened so that many people can dare to tell what happens to them, especially being a child. I never talked about this, I will do it here where I feel very comfortable. Not even my family knows it,” began his story in “A la Tarde”.
Later, Gladys He gave the details about this traumatic experience and thanked the upbringing he received, which was key so that the thing did not happen to adults: “I had a neighbor who always tried to take me to get on top of his legs, I was 10 years old. I refused him, he was panicky. My mother asked me if something had happened to me, and I told her that I did not want to go near him. All this was due to the teaching that came from my house, from my mother who did not even have the If it weren’t for that this person would have groped me, but I never let it get to that. “
Support from your peers
The account of La Bomba Tucumana He left all his companions very shocked, but he also received a few words of encouragement from them. First of all, it was the driver, Karina Mazzocco, who told her “Let me correct something for you: it was neither an ignorant nor a brute teaching. She knew how to give you the tools.” For his part, Luis Ventura intervened to add: “Good manners and affective closeness are the most direct and easiest vehicle to promote abuse. That is, violent abuse is not the one that abounds, but the one that is close and comes from the affected”.