If they really wanted to make a statement, they’d wear a burka

I just saw a post over at Breitbart with this headline: “Actresses to Wear All Black at Golden Globes to Protest Hollywood Sex Abuse.”

Really?

And I’m guessing that fashion designers are already hard at work creating these gorgeous black numbers.

I can just imagine — low cut back, sheer material and a plunging neckline with boobs plainly visible.

Because nothing says “Stop objectifying women” quite like a slinky black dress, expensive diamond jewelry and a pair of Manolo Blahnik stilettos.

Frankly, I say put your fashion where your sanctimony is and strut down the red carpet in a burka.

If it makes you feel better, I’m sure you can find a black burka – or a bluka if you will.

burka

Personally, I think a more effective statement would be to avoid the awards shows entirely.

After all, look how that tactic has effected the NFL.

I have grown to despise virtue-signaling from celebrities.

But let’s face it. Actors are insecure, attention-whores.

So the likelihood that they would choose to skip the Golden Globes or turn up in a burka is probably slim.

Besides, this kind of sanctimony is worthless if their virtue-signaling isn’t captured on camera. And wearing a burka would mean not being recognized by the fawning press and the dwindling television audience.

But hey. At least when they’re at the after-party with the seductive dancing and the boozy flirting, they can feel like they’ve made a difference.

Hat tip Breitbart.

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One thought on “If they really wanted to make a statement, they’d wear a burka

  • December 15, 2017 at 6:37 pm
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    The hypocrisy of these people is really sickening. Trading sex for benefits and roles is not harassment and it makes it harder for other women who want to work without trading their bodies.

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