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Actress Olivia Munn sounds off on the college admissions scandal, in which wealthy parents are engaged in a system of bribery, deception and fraud to get their children accepted to the best schools.
Olivia Munn fired back at the fashion police last week, taking aim at two bloggers who recently gave the actress aggressive style reviews.
The 38-year-old actress shared an essay on Instagram about the fashion blog “Go Fug Yourself”, a website founded by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan, who is known for his humorous take on celebrity fashion. But Munn did not laugh as they hit the blog, she said that aids in the “oppression of women.”
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“For years, fashion-policing celebrity is an accepted mainstream media criticism, although it focuses primarily on women and not the men, which ultimately contributes to the eternal minimization of women and promotes the idea that our worth is primarily (or solely) tied to our appearance,” Munn wrote in his part.
“Their blatant hypocrisy is nauseating – they claim that they use a kind of subjective barometer for goodness and beauty, although what they are doing and writing is not good or beautiful,” the “X-Men: Apocalypse” star continued.
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In two recent fashion reviews, the blog poked fun at Munn’s outfits. On 18 April, the blog described Munn is pantsuit “as she got roped into making a sequel to ‘American Hustle’, which eventually direct to on-demand.” On April 9, said a dress Munn wore an event in Cannes, France, made it look like she was “pee-pee a wedding veil.”
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Munn explained that the hurt feelings were not what prompted her reaction, writing that his goal was “because the people do not away with spewing whatever vitriol they want to just by betting on the obsolete idea that the people they target do not say anything.”
Munn essay received mixed reactions on social media, with some users praising the actress.
“Bravo,” a user said on Munn’s post. “I think it’s time that we as women support each other instead of tearing each other down.”
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Others have suggested that Munn was a misrepresentation of the blog.
“This is an unfortunate misconception of @fuggirls, a fashion blog that is absolutely tedious in their concern about not bodyshaming, and it suggests Munn has read but very little of their work,” tweeted Vulture staff writer Kathryn VanArendonk.