This is incredibly sad.
— Stoya (@stoya) November 28, 2015
— Stoya (@stoya) November 28, 2015
Deen responded to Stoya's claim on Sunday night by tweeting:
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Well that's a choice!
We shouldn't be entirely shocked by this bold move by Miz McGowan as she's been making headlines lately for her controversial comments regarding Caitlyn Jenner's Woman Of The Year award acceptance speech. Oof!
The 42-year-old had written on Monday that she felt the former Olympian wasn't embodying the title "by a long f*cking shot" after the reality star said the hardest part about being a female was deciding what clothes to wear.
But on Tuesday, the actress took to Twitter to clarify her comments, saying that they didn't come from a place of bigotry, just a place of frustration, writing in a note:
"Let me take this moment to point out that I am not, nor will I ever be, transphobic. The idea is laughable. Disliking something a trans person has said is no different thank disliking something a man has said or that a woman has said. Being trans doesn't make one immune from criticism."
The Charmed alum acknowledged that it must be difficult being the 66-year-old, but explained that she was angry because she wanted the I Am Cait star to use her celebrity to fight inequality, rather than perpetuate stereotypes, adding:
Glamour mag's decision to make Caitlyn Jenner Woman of the Year continues to come under fire.
Shortly after the husband of Moira Smith — an NYPD officer who died on 9/11 — returned his late wife's award in protest of Jenner receiving the same honor, Rose McGowan is also voicing her opinions against the controversial decision.
In a Facebook post on Monday (which has since been deleted), the 42-year-old criticized the I Am Cait star for saying the "hardest part about being a woman is figuring out what to wear" in her acceptance speech at the ceremony on November 9.
Rose McGowan just dropped the mic on all types of political figures!
The Jawbreaker star attended a political gala on Sunday hosted by No Labels, an organization aiming to bridge the gap between Democrats and Republicans!
McGowan was invited as a guest, but live-tweeted her plan to "annihilate" the evening's events — and annihilate, she did!
The 42-year-old then gave a surprise speech SLAMMING the attendees, calling them a bunch of "old privileged white men" and "rich white male republicans," saying:
We were absolutely devastated to learn about the shooting Thursday at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
A gunman opened fire on the school's campus, killing as many as 10 people and injuring 20 others. This terrible tragedy is one of many in the United States this year alone.
The shooter was reportedly killed in a firefight with authorities who were responding to the 9-1-1 call.
We aren't the only ones whose hearts were broken to hear about this sad, senseless act of violence. Celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and Eva Longoria took to Twitter to express their grief and share their condolences, writing:
I can’t imagine what the families of UCC are going through. The world is rising up to hold you in the light. I hope you can feel our love.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 1, 2015
Amy Schumer also used the status-sharing site to share her sadness, saying:
Love to Oregon
— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) October 1, 2015
Take a look at all the other stars who responded to the horrifying attack in Oregon:
Just because Rose McGowan is done acting doesn't mean she hasn't been super busy lately!
In fact, the 42-year-old JUST dropped her very first music video which is simply titled RM486, and it's pretty much guaranteed to get people talking!
The clip starts with her peeling off layers until we're left with a naked, "blank" version of the former actress! Then we're introduced to various versions of Rose, all of which represent different moments throughout her life and career!
She also commented on her decision to be nude in the video, saying she feels it's "important for bodies to be represented in a non-sexual manner, especially women's bodies."
With striking visuals that absolutely assault your eyeballs, this music video might not be for everyone! But hey, isn't that what art is all about??
Ch-ch-check out the NSFW video (below)!
This is so sad.
ICYMI: On Sunday, film legend Wes Craven passed away at 76-years-old after a battle with brain cancer. The horror expert created some of Hollywood's most successful franchises — such as Scream and Nightmare On Elm Street.
So we're not surprised that so many in the industry have taken to Twitter to pay tribute to the late writer/director — including the Friends actress, Rose McGowan, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and many more.
Check out their responses below: