It’s always something to hear a over-privileged millennial actress complain about how hard it is to live in America. But the politically charged actress Shailene Woodley didn’t mince her words in an interview with New York Magazine’s Vulture.
Divergent actress Shailene Woodley, in a gushy paragraph written on her Instagram account, about what the Golden Globes and the Time’s Up movement meant to her. Among other things, she wrote that “it meant that we are slowly learning to remove labels and stand united no matter what cloak we wear. It meant that we are slowly but surely ushering in sacred matriarchy.”
It’s the creme de la creme of the famous activist dream. To run for public office (and theoretically, to win) would give any budding wannabe a certain amount of public validation. So it should come as no surprise that actress Shailene Woodley told the New York Times that she wouldn’t “rule out” the thought of “maybe I’ll run for Congress in a couple of years.”
Should public schools teach sex-ed? How about masturbation? Actress Shailene Woodley votes yes, and The Huffington Post argues, “She’s got a point.” Ardent Bernie Sanders supporter Woodley advocated educating young girls about masturbation in an interview with The Edit, claiming “if masturbation were taught in school, I wonder how [many] fewer people would get herpes aged 16, or pregnant at 14?” Somehow, devoting education resources to teaching teens to pleasure themselves will lead to fewer STDs/pregnancies? Not quite sure how that works, but liberals will go for anything that promotes sex education in schools.
In May, actress Shailene Woodley upset the leftists by saying “No” to the question “Do you consider yourself a feminist?” Her first words to Time magazine were “No, because I love men.” Now actress Chloe Grace Moretz, five years younger than Woodley, is suggesting Woodley isn't very smart.
In the September issue of the women's-beauty magazine Allure – on which they make the 17-year-old “Diary of A Wimpy Kid” actress look like she’s 30 – Moretz whacked Woodley as failing to understand that feminism just means standing up for yourself, standing up for what other women have done for you:
Young actress Shailene Woodley is the latest celebrity to upset the leftists by saying “No” to the question “Do you consider yourself a feminist?” Her first words to Time magazine were “No, because I love men.”
“Badly misinformed,” complained Nina Bahadur of The Huffington Post. “It's disappointing that Woodley believes feminism is meant to elevate women's status at the expense of men, when in reality the goal is total gender equality.”