“I’m good at saying no” to Hollywood.

Via elephant journal
on Sep 25, 2010
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It’s a scary world. Paparazzi. Image. Surface. Hype. Ambition. Money. Greed. Everyone using everyone.

It’s a world that, in reaching for the dreams of the masses, embodies the worst of our human nature [as seen in this degraded, degrading and infamous Kate Moss arrives at LAX with young child video]:


But a new generation may be rising above “the system” and, having inherited the gains of their feminist foremothers, is finding a way to both succeed and keep their integrity of purpose.

“My job is not to be skinny.” ~ J.L.

Via Jezebel, the feminist mega media site, via W: Jennifer Lawrence knows how to swim out of the Hollywood typcasting whirlpool—and stay out.

“I knew I didn’t want to play any of the typical stereotypes. I thought those things were stupid.”


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2 Responses to ““I’m good at saying no” to Hollywood.”

  1. Joseph Boquiren says:

    OMG! Poor Kate 🙁 I feel for her.

  2. Juliet D says:

    That has to be the most distressing situation I have ever watched. Paparazzi should be outlawed from all locations save for an events red carpet.