At the end of the day, she just wants to swim and let her friends know about it without being subject to creepiness.
Sue Ramirez talked to Pep and other reporters Wednesday and she pleaded for some of her followers on Instagram to stop "sexualizing" her body, especially when she posts bikini pictures.
She recalled reading comments "objectifying" her body and calling her a "flirt" under a photo she posted of her in a two-piece.
"I don't really think it’s a big deal. I don't really sexualize my body at all, wala po akong malisyang klase ng tao. It's just [that] everybody has a body," she was quoted to have said.
"Malandi daw ako kasi naka-two-piece ako. Wow! Okay, sige. Thanks po," she added.
She did concede that it is going to be very difficult to have people stop talking about her in uncomfortable ways.
"Wala eh. Wala na tayong magagawa. Palalampasin na lang natin," she said. "We could hope for the better na sana they could find the positivity inside themselves para mas may magandang sabihin or mas magandang pagtuunan ng pansin."
She did reply to remind them every now and then, and say: "Stay positive na lang sa mga tao na nagko-comment."
She was speaking at a press conference for her movie, "Ang Babaeng Allergic sa WiFi," which is part of this year's Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino scheduled to begin next week.