Emily Ratajkowski just slammed actress Mayim Bialik’s New York Times piece for advocating hiding your sexuality in Hollywood. Take a look at her fiery response.
Almost two weeks have passed since stories surfaced detailing lots of cases in which the former film executive Harvey Weinstein allegedly misbehaved with women or sexually assaulted them over the course of his career.
— Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) October 15, 2017
More and more individuals are finding various ways to reflect on how this moment could bring a seismic change in Hollywood.
Actress Mayim Bialik wrote an article for the New York Times in which she explores feminism in the face of alleged sexual predators like Weinstein.
She confessed that she tends to keep her sexuality to herself and doesn’t flirt with men as often as possible.
‘I still make choices every day as a 41-year-old actress that I think of a self-protecting and wise,’ Mayim wrote.
‘I have decided that my sexual self is best reserved for private situations with those I am most intimate with. I dress modestly. I don’t act flirtatiously with men as a policy,’ she continued.
Emily posted this excerpt as a response: ‘So @missmayim “advice” is: I was never pretty & never tried to be & ladies, take note if you don’t want to be harassed? This isn’t feminism.’
Since reports began to surface about Weinstein’s alleged misconduct, he was kicked off the board of his company. His wife Georgina Chapman has left him, and he was dropped by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He has checked himself into a rehabilitation facility in Arizona.