Jennifer Lawrence tackles the media
Jennifer Lawrence tackles the media The word fat should be illegal
Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence has hit out at people in the media for belittling people and poking fun at celebrities for their wardrobe decisions and for opening and regularly suing the word “fat” in magazine sections that praise those who they believe look hot and embarrass those they think have not.
Jennifer has spoken out and voiced her anger over the way that people in the media treat women. “Why is humiliating people funny?” Lawrence asked while being interviewed but television legend Barbara Walters.
Lawrence has admitted to commenting on peoples outfit choices in the past “I get it and I do it too, we all do it,” she went on to say “But I think when it comes to the media, the media needs to take responsibility for the effect it has on our younger generation, on these girls who are watching these television shows, and picking up how to talk and how to be cool.”
In November Lawrence criticised Joan Riverswho offers nasty and cutting comments on her show E! Fashion Police. The panel show including Kelly Osbourne judge celebrities’ outfits each week and don’t hold back on the horrible observations.
“Shows like the Fashion Police, and things like that, are just showing these generations of young people to judge other people,” adding “it’s not okay to point at people and call them ugly or fat.” The actress also voiced the opinion “the word fat should be illegal to say on television.” She even compared it to the regulations on cigarettes, alcohol and swearing because of the influence they have on the younger generation.