Tag Archives: Radar Online

Why Ashley Judd Should Replace Me as Editor of The Scrawn

9 Apr

In this most eloquent piece, Ashley Judd addresses the media flurry caused by her “puffy” appearance last month.

The gossipers lynched her for being on steroids, having plastic surgery, getting older or gaining weight, sometimes a variation of two or more of these. “We won’t even address how extraordinary it is that a size eight would be heckled as ‘fat,'” she says.

She rightfully calls out picking apart women’s bodies for its inherent misogyny. Ironically, she points out, women are largely the ones doing the picking apart. And if you think it’s hogwash, consider that Liz Raftery wrote about it for People, Debbie Emery represented for Radar Online, perennial favourite Ariana Finlayson was on top of it for Us Magazine, and Cara Harrington covered it for Hollywood Dame.

Judd asks, “Why was a puffy face cause for such a conversation in the first place? How, and why, did people participate?” I wonder how the media would respond. I bet they simply won’t. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t.

Photo: Wenn, Splash News

Khloe Kardashian Talks Sense, Kris Jenner Should Shut Up

5 Apr

In the next Cosmopolitan issue, cover girl Khloe Kardashian dishes on her mother’s inconsistent expectations regarding her weight.

During an episode of Khloe & Lamar, Kris chided Khloe for not keeping her weight in check. In response, Khloe told her mother to fuck right off in a more elegant way than usual.

“To tell me I’m ruining a whole brand because of my weight gain makes me feel like shit,” she said. “Get over yourself. You’re such a fucking raging lunatic and you’re so evil. I’m too fucking fat, too fucking fat. Do you want me to get pregnant? Do you want me to lose weight? You tell me you want me to have a baby every second, but I can’t be on some crazy diet. I just don’t get what you want out of me!”

Sadly, Kris’s behaviour is as erratic as the media’s.

Source: Radar Online

Photo: Wenn & Cospopolitan