Jennifer Lawrence slams 'sexist' and 'ridiculous' dress controversy: 'I am extremely offended'

Posted February 22, 2018

The saucy dress came after Jen wowed as she went braless in a sparkling gown at the Red Sparrow London premiere. Users criticized the expectations that women in Hollywood have to fulfill while their male counterparts don't have to try almost as hard.

Of course, nobody is suggesting Lawrence - an Oscar-winning actor worth an estimated $140 million - was forced to dress the way she did, or was denied access to warmer clothing. She wrote, "This is not only utterly ridiculous, I am extremely offended. I love Joanna", explained Lawrence after her Bafta comments.

Yesterday, the 27-year-old actress stepped out in the cold London air wearing nothing but a plunging, black Versace dress, while all of her male co-stars were wrapped up in coats and jackets.

It's not feminism because Lawrence says that it's distracting from real feminist issues that are actually important than her not wearing a coat.

The Hunger Games star is taking 12 months off acting to get more "young people engaged politically".

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One scene in the video where Taylor wears a T-shirt inspired by the "You Belong With Me" music video, which lists the names of all of her BFFs.

Lawrence ended the post by adding: "And if I want to be cold, that's my choice too". Looking at new photos of Jennifer Lawrence at a cast photocall Tuesday for Red Sparrow makes that abundantly clear.

The Joy star also told Oprah Winfrey in an interview for The Hollywood Reporter in December that she had become obsessed with politics since Donald Trump had become President of the United States.

She turns to Sparrow School, a secret intelligence service that trains exceptional young people to use their minds and bodies as weapons. "[I'm] buttering him up like a pig for slaughter, and then I'm going to swing right in there as soon as he's, like, 30". "Tell him to wait!".

It wasn't long ago in November that Lawrence revealed to The Hollywood Reporter she was called "difficult" and a "nightmare" for standing up for herself in a work-related incident.

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