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Kirsten Dunst is in “baby mode” these days

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You don’t hear too much from Kirsten Dunst these days – she doesn’t seem to be popping up in too many movies and she generally keeps a low profile… which is probably for the best, considering some of the shit that comes out of her mouth when she does speak. Well, now she’s got a new interview out with Red magazine in which she discusses being in “baby mode” and how she’s actually in no hurry to do, well, anything.

“I’m in baby mode because two of my really good friends are pregnant right now. One of them is pretty chilled and the other’s like, ‘I can’t wait to have a glass of wine!’ I love it though. We’ve already picked her girl’s name, it’s done! I think 33 is a good age to have your first baby.”

“You don’t know what’s going to happen in the next 10 years. But I get asked that question a lot because I’m in my thirties and it’s like: time to get married and have babies, right? That’s the vibe. Well, I already have a mother to ask those questions, so nobody else needs to!”

For now, though, Kirsten and boyfriend Garrett Hedlund are just chillin’ like villains, apparently.

“I’m not as worried as I used to be. When I was younger, if I wasn’t working, I would get anxiety. I’d feel like I should be doing something. But now, I’m so good at chilling out. In my thirties I’ve become really good friends with relaxing.”

“I have a girlfriend who lives in London – one of the ones who’s pregnant – and we sit in bed all day, watching movies and ordering food in. Not everyone can do that. Some people are like, ‘I have to get outside, I have to do something.’ And I’m like, ‘I’m actually fine not doing anything.’ I lost that part of myself. I’m sure one day, if I have kids, the anxiety of life will come back again, because you’re worried about somebody else.”

Look, I’m all for maxing and relaxing. There’s nothing better than doing nothing, but it seems like she’s taking it to the next level. Like, a concerning level. One or two days a week of staying in bed and watching movies and shit is luxury, but if you’re doing it 5 or 6 days a week, I think that’s called clinical depression?

I guess it’s good she’s enjoying herself…

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Kirsten Dunst Makes More Offensive Comments

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Kirsten Dunst was recently in the news for her comments on gender roles, and now she’s back again with more, from a different magazine interview.

She was asked by guest editor Sofia Coppola in W magazine if Dunst had ever gotten unwanted sexual advances from a film director and Dunst responded with (Via Huffington Post):

I don’t give off that vibe. I think that you court that stuff, and to me it’s crossing a boundary that would hinder the trust in your working relationship.

This is an offensive thing to say considering that many actresses have come out with statements of casting couch horror stories, essentially being pressured to have sex for a film role. HuffPo points out that such actresses include Susan SarandonCharlize Theron, and Gwyneth Paltrow. Were they “giving off those vibes”, Kirsten? Were they “courting that stuff”?

What do you think about her statement?

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Kirsten Dunst Has Some Old-Fashioned Views On Relationships

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Kirsten Dunst gave an interview with Harper’s Bazaar U.K. and said some things that feminist site Jezebel called “kind of dumb”, if that holds any weight for you. Ms. Dunst appears to have some very old-fashioned views on relationships. Here’s what she said in the interview, via Huffington Post:

I feel like the feminine has been a little undervalued. We all have to get our own jobs and make our own money, but staying at home, nurturing, being the mother, cooking — it’s a valuable thing my mom created. And sometimes, you need your knight in shining armor. I’m sorry. You need a man to be a man and a woman to be a woman. That’s why relationships work …

Not like I’m a huge fan of Jezebel or anything (not after the Lena Dunham photoshopping fiasco) but I gotta agree with them here — this wasn’t a very smart statement of her to make. A woman can be feminine without needing “a knight in shining armor” and implying that a woman is only a woman if she stays at home and cooks is really effing ridiculous to say in this day and age. If you wanna be a stay at home mom, go for it — I’m not saying you can’t, and it’s a damn hard job on its own. I’m saying that women are capable of doing other things, and if a woman isn’t the stereotypical one Dunst describes, it doesn’t make her any less of a woman.

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