Actress Alyssa Milano is one of the more vocal celebrities when it comes to notoriously liberal issues like gun control and feminism. And, as a face of the Women’s Movement, it looks like she does not understands the real definition of feminism.
In a Twitter post, Milano revealed a segment of her new show on Netflix. And the point is: Women are super miserable and lonely when they are heavier, but insatiable and cool when they are skinny!
August 10th on @Netflix!
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) July 19, 2018
So this show propagates the notion that only conventionally attractive girls can be popular and fit in, otherwise they are outcasts and losers?
Very soon, the liberal actress was criticised for his shameful image of women. Many of Milano’s followers attacked her for his insulting post, claiming it is a fat shaming.
Really…..so she wasn't able to take revenge until she was "conventionally attractive"? This is disgusting! You are the face of the Women's Movement and THIS? Shame on you!
— Amber Victoria (@thecursedempath) July 19, 2018
I love you @Alyssa_Milano but if we could stop promoting the idea that fat girls are miserable, envious girls who if they were just able to stop eating and starve themselves they would be hot and “that will show them!” So problematic and tbh just over done lazy story telling.
— SaraBlues (@sarablues624) July 19, 2018
So a show about body shaming is fine for her, just as her use of firearms in movies, her armed guards are fine, but we can't say what she doesn't like and must disarm and trust her to make the world nicer, right? #BoycottAlyssaMilano
— Sheepdog Smokey #ArticleVConventionOfStates (@SheepdogSmokey) July 19, 2018
Nothing funnier than fat shaming a teen age high school girl. But you’re all about equal treatment of ALL women… umm, yeah. #hypocrite
— Frank Ruolo (@spatch2068) July 19, 2018
Really disappointing. Fat suits, fatphobia, so harmful.
— Elizabeth (@Eliz_edwards5) July 19, 2018
Hypocrisy much? She wants equal rights for women but she takes part in this kind of garbage? So… Is this a sample of women supporting other women? It looks to me that this is the epitome of a low-class jealous person trying to get noticed. Definitely yet another desperate attempt to stay relevant.
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