This is beyond disgusting. https://pagesix.com/2019/08/08/carole-king-musical-beautiful-loses-two-more-cast-members-to-pregnancy/?utm_source=P6Twitter&utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_medium=SocialFlow
Isn't that what Page Six does, though? I suppose you could object to the use of the term "knocked up," but, if the story about the condoms is true, then I'd say the actresses probably get the humor behind the article.
The introduction is crude, for sure. The article treats Kara and Stephanie like a curse has hit the show since the beginning and they treat like it's a bad thing that they give up the shows for families
I think we've moved way beyond the point where announcing a pregnancy is "slut shaming." PageSix isn't sending them to the Magdalene laundries.
disneybroadwayfan22 said: "The introduction is crude, for sure. The article treats Kara and Stephanie like a curse has hit the show since the beginning and they treat like it's a bad thing that they give up the shows for families"Oh, get a grip.
Just amazes me how people no longer have a sense of humor and just immediately find things disgusting or negative. Even when the humor is right in your face.This is quite funny and the package she got is hilarious and shows the sense of humor the actresses have.
Kara Lindsay herself tweeted about it, so, clearly, she gets the humor about the situation:https://twitter.com/KaraLindsay1/status/1158754777452466179
Now it would be one thing if Page Six figuratively slut-shamed Kara and Stephanie but literally? I won't stand for it!
_(•_&bull_/ said: "There’s zero slut shaming going on, the fact that you came to the conclusion that this is slut shaming is concerning. If anything you just slut shamed them by even bringing up the word slut"Yeah, this idea that pregnancy is "shameful" and couldn't even be mentioned on tv is so 1950s. Most women are now happy to announce their pregnancy.
This is not slut shaming in the slightest.
some of you just love finding anything to get worked up over,, stop reaching for something that's not there lol it's ! not ! that ! deep !
Kara Lindsay also tweeted to Page 6 (I don't know how to copy it because I'm an idiot), something along the lines of "We are women in our mid-thirties who have been trying to have a family, let's be more sensitive about that". I personally don't see it as slut-shaming, but Kara did mention the headline was strange.
The only thing I found "crude" was using the term: knocked up. I feel that just has a bit of a negative connotation, like they didn't want to be pregnant.
Humor? In 2019? On this board? THAT'S comedy.
Jessica Keenan-Wynn posted a screenshot about the condom part a couple days ago and wrote something like "LOL, I wish this was true"...otherwise agree with most people that there's no slut-shaming in the article.
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