Emily Ratajkowski weighed in on the controversy surrounding the Netflix film Blonde and reacted to a commenter who dubbed her a “pretend feminist.”
“We like to fetishize feminine ache. Take a look at Amy Winehouse, have a look at Britney Spears, have a look at the best way we obsess over Diana’s demise, the best way we obsess over useless women and serial killers. Watch any CSI episode, and it’s like this loopy fetishization of feminine ache and demise.”
“I feel as ladies, I imply I can say for myself for positive that I’ve realized the right way to fetishize my very own ache and my very own damage in life, in order that it appears like one thing that may be tended to, that’s kinda horny, and like, you realize: ‘I’m like this, oh, fucked up lady, no matter.'”
“However I used to be serious about it, and you realize what’s kinda onerous to fetishize? Anger. Anger is tough to fetishize. So, I’ve a proposal. I feel all of us should be just a little extra pissed off. I’m gonna be in my bitch period — 2022, child, is my bitch period. That is, I feel we must always all be in our bitch period,'” she added.
Emily then responded to 1 remark that learn, “‘Blurred Strains’ was horrible for feminism, so her feminist take feels very pretend” by lip-synching to the Lana Del Rey music “Trip” — particularly, the road that goes “I am bored with feeling like I am fucking loopy.”
“READ MY BOOK and cease telling ladies they’re pretend feminists ITS INSANE,” she added within the caption, referencing her guide of essays My Physique.