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We're pretty sure Rashida Jones purchased a round trip bus ticket to Feministville, and she's making her way back slowly!
After Twitter ranting that certain celebs in the media should stop being "whores," the Parks And Rec star decided to really put the nail in the anti-slut coffin by writing a new essay for Glamour mag!
The topic of conversation you may ask?!
The "Pornification" of EVERYTHING!
My hashtag was "stopactinglikewhores." Key word, acting. Like I said, I'm not criticizing anyone's real sex life; as George Michael tells us, "Sex is natural, sex is fun." But the poles, the pasties, the gyrating: This isn't showing female sexuality; this is showing what it looks like when women sell sex. (Also, let's be real. Every woman's sexuality is different. Can all of us really be into stripper moves? The truth is, for every woman who loves the pole, there's another who likes her feet rubbed. But in pop culture there's just one way to be. And so much of it feels staged for men, not for our own pleasure.)
"What else ties these pop stars together besides, perhaps, their entangled G-strings? Their millions of teen-girl fans. Even if adult Miley and Nicki have ownership of their bodies, do the girls imitating them have the same agency? Where do we draw the line between teaching them freedom of sexual expression and pride in who they are on the inside? Are we even allowed to draw a line?"
We'll spare everyone the rest of the impeccably written details and have you decide whether or not you agree with what she's saying…
You can read the entire essay, where Miz Jones goes on to mention Sinéad O'Connor's many open letters to Miley by clicking HERE!