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What Jennifer Aniston Said About How Women Treated Her in Hollywood Will Make Feminists Furious

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Former Friends star Jennifer Aniston recently made a claim that is going to completely shatter the feminist narrative being propagated by the left in the dark halls of Hollywood, which means she’s likely going to become a favorite target of theirs in the coming weeks and months.

If she doesn’t end up backtracking that is.

Aniston stated that, in her experience, she’s received far worse treatment from women in the industry than men. Boy, the #metoo crowd is really going to hate this, aren’t they?

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Speaking with InStyle about the #MeToo movement that brought down powerful men for sexual misconduct in both Hollywood and other industries, Aniston did not agree with the feminist talking-point that men should be excluded from the debate on how to reform male/female relations in the professional world.

“I’ve definitely had some sloppy moves made on me by other actors and I handled it by walking away,” Aniston said. “I’ve never had anyone in a position of power make me feel uncomfortable and leverage that over me. In my personal experience, I’ve been treated worse verbally and energetically by some women in this industry.”

None of this means, however, that Aniston dismisses the merits of the #MeToo movement, which brought down the likes of Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer; in fact, she thinks it is “long overdue.” When it comes to men, Aniston believes that a constructive dialogue should happen between the sexes.

Probing three different studies, Gabriel and her team looked into how men and women reported their experiences at work, specifically on questions about who made the most condescending or derogatory remarks on top of passive-aggressive behavior such as ignoring them in a meeting or addressing them unprofessionally. It turns out women co-workers didn’t fare so well.

“Across the three studies, we found consistent evidence that women reported higher levels of incivility from other women than their male counterparts,” Gabriel said. “In other words, women are ruder to each other than they are to men, or than men are to women.”

In light of such a shocking revelation — note the sarcasm — that many women in Hollywood are cruel and vindictive, when is the #metoo crowd going to start reforming their own? The answers, of course, is never. They’re never going to change because it’s okay for women to slam women. It’s not okay for a man to ever be critical of a woman for any reason.

To do so is to be guilty of abuse in some way, shape, or form. This is the way they think, folks.

It’ll be interesting to see what kind of backlash, if any, Aniston gets for her comment.

Source: Daily Wire

 

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