Reese Witherspoon: I Like Stereotyping Paris Hilton
Apparently, Reese Witherspoon had a couple of things to say about Paris Hilton. Please, understand that I can’t confirm if she actually said this. It’s one of those pessimistic and sad type of comments that don’t apply to Paris Hilton anymore.
I don’t really understand her comments. To me, Paris is the complete opposite of what she’s saying. There’s nothing hateful, but there’s a lot of misunderstandings and seriousness.
“We don’t need to keep reading about female celebrities who are out there posing all the time and craving attention and exploiting the sex symbol stereotype.”
“My mother and grandmother fought incredibly hard against a male establishment to become high achievers in their lives, and I think women should be able to be sexy and smart and successful – without being silly and aimless.”
Posted: October 3rd, 2007
Time: October 3, 2007, 6:48 pm
LOL. I always thought there was a reason Reese’s husband started cheating on her with sweeter women.
If Reese did not say it, then I will take my comments back.
Time: October 3, 2007, 11:08 pm
Was she describing Paris? A woman who IS sexy-smart-successful…^.^…She’s right! Paris is the example! haha~~
Time: October 4, 2007, 2:06 am
So is Paris to deny nature? I think she has gorgeous legs for instance. Should she cut off her legs and boobs and scar her face? Would that make her a more acceptable positive role model for women and get her invited to Reese Witherspoon’s cool club? *rollseyes* She obviously doesn’t know much about Paris, other than how she looks. Paris is already a more positive role model in not randomly flapping her mouth negatively about subjects she has no knowledge of.
I always think it silly that some people equate feminism with not being allowed to be sexy – that sounds like just another ball and chain to me, and doesn’t sound empowering. I guess I’m more into individuality power where a person can be exactly what they want to be.