From Taylor Swift to Blake Lively; 5 Celebrities Who Applauded Sexist Investigators

Being a woman is difficult in general. Being a celebrity helps, but you’re still asked a lot of stupid, sexist things in your daily life. Often, reporters ask unfavorable questions, such as the standard “what are you wearing?” They may sometimes ask a question that appears to be sexist. A number of female celebrities declined to answer questions from these reporters. It is not right for women to be sexualized and held to lower standards than men, only to have to sit down and calmly answer questions that men would never be asked. However, below we have 5 celebrities who have applauded sexist investigators.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift was asked in a May 2019 interview with Germany’s DPA if she would settle down with her boyfriend, actor Joe Alwyn, now that she’s 30. the same question when they turn 30. I’m not going to answer this question.

Blake Lively

Blake Lively was asked about her “power outfit” at the Variety: Power of Women luncheon in New York in April 2017. She informed the reporter that there was a time and a place for this topic, and it wasn’t. was clearly not then or there. According to ScoopWhoop, Lively was recognized for her contributions to the Child Rescue Coalition. Blake replied, “Come on. You mean an outfit here?” she asked. “Would you ask a man that? You wouldn’t ask a man what his power outfit is, I’m sorry.”

Scarlett Johansson

Being a black widow can be useful if the world is full of fools. Unfortunately for Scarlett Johansson, it is. Interviewers often asked her probing questions about everything from the underwear she wore under the costume to her bodysuit diet, among other things. One example, in particular, was when she was interviewed by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest. Seacrest asked if she was going to wear the same shoes to the awards show that she wore on the red carpet. Johansson scoffed and said, “What a ridiculous question!”


The musician has been subjected to far too many stupid and sexist questions. She was asked what she looks for in a man during the Rogue Fragrance reveal, despite her clear statement that she doesn’t need it. As a result, she stated unequivocally, “I’m not looking for a man. Let’s start there.”


Keira Knightley

Keira Knightley shot down a sexist question at the 2014 Hollywood Film Awards in November. The reporter asked how she balances her personal and professional life. She chided him, asking, “Are you going to ask all the men tonight?” In case you were wondering, the answer is no. They weren’t going to ask any of the men that question. Women endure the stereotype that they cannot have a profession because they are mothers, while men never ask themselves this question.

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