“Nope,” the 33-year-old began her caption (via Us Weekly). “If you were a woman no one would have heard of you because women can’t compete in the decathlon. You wouldn’t be a hero. You would be a frustrated young athlete who wasn’t given a chance. Until women are paid the same as men, then playing at being a ‘woman’ while retaining the benefits of being a man is unfair. Do you have a vagina? Are you paid less than men? Then, my friend, you are a woman.”
The photo sparked a ton of backlash from fans, who called her “blatantly transphobic” among other things. Alice has since deleted the photo.
Scarlett recently opened up about why it is difficult to date actors, such as her former husband Ryan Reynolds.
“Acting is a very strange world to be co-existing in. It’s very volatile. There’s always going to be the more successful person,” Scarlett shared to Parade. “It’s related to rejection. Because actors, if they’re not having success, connect it directly to unpopularity — to the fact that nobody wants them. It’s not necessarily true. I’m constantly rejected.”
FYI: Scarlett is wearing a Roland Mouret dress and Roger Vivier heels.
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Jill Duggar is being criticized by people online after she was photographed holding her newborn baby in a sling in a way that could be dangerous to the baby. “You would think after having 82 siblings and being a midwife she would know how to use a sling properly,” one commenter wrote. Check out the photos to see how she held the baby...
Bruce Jenner is threatening to sue over the leaked photos of him wearing a dress that were taken from as much as a mile away while he was at his Malibu home.
“Both Daily News and CNN pulled the photos sold to them by X17 once they found out they were illegally obtained. The agency no longer is selling those photos [since] they confirmed they were shot illegally,” a rep for the 65-year-old reality star told Page Six.
“The photos were clearly unlawfully taken from a very long distance using an enhancement device. Bruce Jenner is going to enforce his right to privacy,” Bruce‘s lawyer said.
Under California Law, photographers can under penalty for taking photos of “personal or familial activity.”