Heather Graham hasn’t been doing, well… much of anything recently, so she’s decided to take a stand against a very important issue in the hope of regaining some amount of relevancy: sexism in Hollywood. That’s right, ladies and gents – I know it’s mind-blowing and a totally new fact, but Hollywood still isn’t the most amazing place for women, to be honest. Also, women need the freedom to express themselves sexually, apparently. I don’t even know any more.
From Women’s Health:
“The industry is totally sexist. It’s run by men mostly. Look at the movies that are coming out. How many are about women? If you look at who the leads are, they’re probably 75% men.”
“A woman being able to express her sexuality is the ultimate form of freedom. In American culture, I feel like women don’t have the safety to express themselves sexually.
“There’s a lot of movies about men’s fantasies, but what about women? What would the world be like if women asked for everything they wanted?”
“[Sex is] an aspect of my personality. Sex is a part of who I am and it took me a long time to feel good about it. I wasn’t sure if it was good or bad to be a person who really enjoys sex.”
I mean… okay. I literally have zero to say about this/her because it’s all so obvious and yo, Heather Graham, it’s not 1998 anymore, girl. I mean, I get what she’s saying about men still running the game and I think women should do whatever the hell they want so long as they’re not hurting anyone else, but like… homegirl is saying this like she just thought of it and is expressing a totally new idea.
October 1, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Jennifer
Bikini season is upon us. ‘Tis the time of year where we get to see “BEST AND WORST BIKINI BODS OF 2013″ splashed all over celeb magazines, along with hints of “HERE ARE 100 PEOPLE HOTTER THAN YOU ARE, F-CK YOU!” So let’s get it over with and take the wind out of our sails with this post of celebrities in bikinis and get to the inevitable who looks fat and who doesn’t and let’s cry into our pizza. Our delicious f-cking pizza. I think all these ladies look great, although I doubt some of their bikini choices, simply because some of these are ugly.
June 4, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Today has been a super downer: the universe has once again grown frowzy, it seems.
So let us self-medicate with Celebrity Gossip’s shallowest-working salve, the “Blind Item.” (I’m totally a doctor! Like, a smut pharmacist! A philanthropist, even! You’re welcome.)
Below are four Blind Items, prescribed to soothe.
These sibling stars that started out as child actors are so jealous to compete with one another for roles that their relationship is completely ruined. One is getting more parts than the other and that has been the cause of the rift. The one that isn’t as successful is developing a drug problem. Very sad.
I just got the giggles picturing Tia and Tamera Mowry, though: “God, Tia! Why do you always have to be right about everything!!” *shoots up* (OK, I wrote that last night; it’s less funny today. Frowzy.)
July 23, 2011 at 5:30 pm by Jenn
Aight, aight. So I always have to admit whenever I critique people’s fashion that I really have no business doing so. I am wearing flared jeans as I write this. Yes, flared. They’re old and they’re really comfortable and you would wear them too if you didn’t have a will to live. ANYWAY! That being said, I was pretty disappointed across the board by the dress selections last night at The Critic’s Choice Awards. With the exception of a couple (Heather Graham, Emily Blunt, Amy Poehler), everyone looked like they bought their dress of the rack at Nordstrom in the really fancy section last minute. Lots of ill-fitting garments, lots of things that looked like last season’s trends or generally unstylish (from the dress to the shoes, I beg you to tell me: What the fuck is Sandy B. wearing in the photo above? Are those hooves?) Perhaps I’m being a bit harsh, or maybe I should consider that the Golden Globes are on Sunday and everyone’s saving their pretty for that, but you let me know what you think in the comments…
January 16, 2010 at 11:03 am by Molls
We deeply examine a lot of critical social issues around here such as Prop 8, major elections, and the Duff sisters latest plastic surgery procedures. So, today I’d like to lighten things up a bit.
With that mindset in place, I ask you, what’s worse? Kristin Cavallari in this dress, or…
June 10, 2009 at 1:20 pm by Wendie
Heather Graham makes me feel so inferior. I consider it a successful day when I get a shower, but The Hangover actress Heather Graham has loftier — literally — goals. So, while I continue to work on mastering my daily scrub, Graham is working on levitation and learning to fly. As she explained in a Daily Mail interview, she needs to learn flying so she can travel across cities and oceans and save people from bad fortune.
So far I’ve only succeeded in my dreams. I practice transcendental meditation and there is a phase where you’re meant to lift off the ground. It hasn’t happened yet. I’ll manage it one day. In fact, I’m aiming beyond levitation. I want to be able to fly like a superhero. I won’t be happy until I can fly across oceans and cities, saving people from being murdered.
Let me get this straight — Heather Graham won’t be happy until she accomplishes transatlantic flight without an aircraft? I predict it’s going to be a long and unhappy life, Heather.