These bitches. First we had The Insufferable One (Paltrow) saying “the internet is like a bloody war” and now the other snippy, tall blonde actress, Charlize Theron compares the attention she gets from the press, paparazzi or Google (?) as “feel[ing] like rape”. I’m sorry, WHAT?
“I don’t do that, so that’s my saving grace,” Theron said when asked if she Googles herself. “When you start living in that world, and doing that, you start feeling raped.”
Questioned further about the blunt comparison, the 38-year-old actress added: “Well, when it comes to your son and your private life. Maybe it’s just me.”
Let’s remember for a moment just who Ms. Theron is now dating (if that’s the proper verb)…serial-woman abuser, Sean Penn.
Listen, I get using metaphors and I understand being overly-dramatic at times, howEVER. Stating that having your picture taken or being written about on celebrity websites does not a rape make. A camera flashing in your face is not assault. (Your boyfriend might show you what assault really is someday, but that’s another story for another day.)
These people need to THINK before using harmful language that lessens actual rape. Or actual war. Celebrities for the most part are pampered, overpaid and overindulged adults who get to play pretend for a living. Simply put? Shut up or get out and find a REAL job that pays under $10 per hour, Charlize.
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