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Is Actress Justified to Feel "Violated"?

October 20, 2014

Left, Jennifer Lawrence. "At the time it was very difficult for people to see me as a woman, or sexy, or beautiful," she told The Times. "I was just the Winter's Bone [movie] wilderness-type girl. And so I did the Esquire shoot and it was a good career move." Lawrence added that she has no qualms about flaunting her sexuality, as her career always comes first.

Hard to feel sorry for Jennifer Lawrence
whose private photos were
hacked and posted online. When you trade in sex,
as many young women do, can you ever draw back
the curtain again and say, this is private? 

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

Recently, Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence was screaming blue murder because someone had hacked into the Cloud and posted her private naked pictures online. The same thing happened to other stars including Amber Heard, Ariana Grande, Kaley Cuoco, Rihanna and Kim Kardashian.

"It's not just a scandal. It's a sex crime," she told Vanity Fair (November 2014). "It's a sexual violation. It's disgusting."

She can't believe that people are so "thoughtless, careless, inhuman and empty" to look at those stolen photos and try to profit from this "violation."

"Anybody who looked at those photos, you're perpetuating a sexual offense. You should cower with shame." To her friends and family, she says, "I didn't tell you that you could look at my naked body."

0011482488.jpg(FMH Magazine's 2014 Sexiest Woman in the World? )
The 24-year-old actress who makes $10 million per film added, "Just because I'm a public figure, just because I'm an actress, does not mean that I asked for this. It does not mean that it comes with the territory. It's my body, and it should be my choice, and the fact that it is not my choice is absolutely disgusting. I can't believe that we even live in that kind of world."

She is speaking out "and hopefully helping anyone who's been violated in this kind of way." It's not OK for "other women and girls to just let it happen because it isn't."


I respect Jennifer Lawrence's talent as an actress. She was incredible as a New Jersey housewife in American Hustle. I didn't recognize her.

But I am surprised that she doesn't feel any shame. Look at her explanation of how those pictures got online.

"I started to write an apology, but I don't have anything to say I feel sorry for. I was in a loving, healthy, great relationship for four years. It was long distance, and either your boyfriend is going to look at porn or he's going to look at you."

That's naive. He's still going to look at porn.

For Lawrence and millions of young women like her, it's too late to claim a second virginity.

She should not have made the pictures in the first place, private or not.  She should not have stored them online. (This reminds me of those "sex tapes" that "get stolen." Is this a publicity stunt? No, she doesn't need the publicity any longer.)

Now that they are public, so what? There are millions of pictures online of women just like her, or better looking.
Men are suffering from gynecologist's fatigue. Why do Women in their myopic vanity think they are any different from millions of others their age? 

The Illuminati are using popular culture to turn young women into amateur porn stars and prostitutes. Communists always believed female sexuality should be a public utility and not reserved to marriage and procreation. They want to undermine marriage, family and heterosexuality in general, because female promiscuity turns men off women. 

tween_fashion.jpgThe Illuminati have divorced sex from love and procreation and turned it into a mass addiction.
More than ever, young females learn that their value mostly lies in their sex appeal. In spite of, or because of feminism, women have been dehumanized.

In the olden days, men had to marry women to get sex. This was good for women and for society. Women had to be more than naive prostitutes. They had to be wives. They had to have talent, character and personality. They had to be loveable and capable of real love.

Sex appeal is a function of female fertility which declines by the age of 40. Women who identify with it will be left high and dry.


Jennifer Lawrence is a hypocrite. She sells her sexuality. She hasn't been "violated." She's been robbed of her stock-in-trade.  In a 2010 interview, she said
she "has no qualms about flaunting her sexuality, as her career always comes first."

"I never put myself out there and said, 'Yes, I'm going to fight for women's rights and be a feminist'," she said. "Yes, I love women, but I'm also an actor. And if my career is suffering because of something I'm going to fix it."

So she did a risque photo shoot for Esquire. Now someone hacked pictures potentially worth a lot of money. They
have diminished her $ex appeal.

Women have been trading on sex for a long time. It's a racket.  

The truth is, women look better with their clothes on. Dressed, they can show some style and personality, and do things that make them human, feminine and desirable again.

The essence of femininity is self sacrifice and devotion to husband and children. This requires women to consecrate their bodies to future husband. The Illuminati Satanists are lying to them. They are not being empowered by being promiscuous. They are being degraded and cheated. They are being hacked.

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First Comment by Anthony Migchels:

These feminists are always claiming they have a right to dress like sluts and use their goodies to get what they want, but when men then pay attention, they 'feel victimized'.

Feminism openly promotes women 'using their sexual power', while simultaneously claiming it's 'oppressive'. The fact is: feminism has openly prostituted the women and has zero rights to claim 'guardianship' of the girls' honor, other than as pimps.

They probably reckon (with justification) that it helps them turn women into lesbians, once they're sufficiently sick of men after having been passed around like magazines for a few years....."Feminism is the theory, lesbianism is the practice." -- Ti-Grace Atkinson

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Is Actress Justified to Feel "Violated"?"

Gary said (October 23, 2014):

Jennifer Lawrence says she can’t believe that she lives in a world where her naked pictures would be hacked!

Frankly, I can’t believe we live in a world where an actor can make $10 million for one movie! In fact, I can’t believe we live in a world where the masses in the “advanced countries” take it for granted that the 1% among them should be worth $6 million (entry level for the 1 percent) or much, much more!

I don’t subscribe to any total-equality scheme, but just where should we draw the line? Shouldn’t we even think about such matters?

Perhaps if we considered such matters seriously, we wouldn’t be distracted by the petty tribulations of the rich and famous!

LA said (October 21, 2014):

You never let me down. Very powerful. I think every father should read this to their daughter. Such a strange world we live then when individuals esp. those who live in transparent houses (also known as celebrities) become morally appalled by the invasion of their privacy. This is like the atheist who gets morally indignant by the atrocities of religion.

The absurdity is so apparent you have to laugh.
A number of years ago a young woman stripped for PETA. I confess I actually went to the web site to watch it. Sure enough this young coed did disrobe. It was nothing special or memorable. I read her explanation below in the article. She mentioned that she was an aspiring actress ( of course she was...and I'm sure it opened all the right doors...not!). She mentioned her parents were proud of her ( what Bizarro World father and mother wouldn't be?) And of course the God word was used as He ( whoever He was) approved (you can't make this stuff up...only in Amerika) of her dedication and sacrifice to the cause.

Feminism has brought thinking to a new low...beyond shallow...and way beyond stupidity. So few have done so much to bring down so many. May the real God help

Marco A said (October 21, 2014):

The points you are making concerning the subversion of young women in this decadent culture, I can agree with. However, that still doesn't mean that the woman doesn't have the right to feel violated. Everyone has the right to personal privacy, regardless of their trade (in this case, her sexuality).

The fact of the matter is, even if Lawrence is a pawn that is further subverting this culture with whatever it is she does (I have no idea who she even is personally), there is some other illuminati slave that did rob her of her private photos (an Illuminati slave in that the thief has no morals).

Hacking for the purpose of obtaining data that belongs to someone else is a crime. And taking someone's private photos to post them publicly for the pleasure of a mob of male pigs should likewise be a crime - I don't care if a prostitutes private photos were stolen, it is wrong and justice is supposed to be blind. Imagine if someone took your nude photos and posted them for the world to see without your permission - the idea is infuriating.

Dan said (October 21, 2014):

It's a PR stunt. Didn't Miley Cyrus pull something like this a few months ago? "omg! My personal stash of professional studio beaver shots were stolen off the internet! RAPE! RAPE!

I can't wait to miss her next movie.

CF said (October 20, 2014):

Great article. All so very true. The overall effect on GLOBAL society has been horrible. Men shuffle and play around like boys, and women are constantly trying to 'man up.' It's sick.

The new thing on the propaganda 'boob tube' in the U. S. (something I try to avoid, but occasionally run into), are shows where "contestants" must survive naked 21 days in the wild (with a clothed and fed film crew). Or go on a "date" while naked.

In weird but designed role reversals, it seems many of the men are nearly useless pansies,while the women often more able, and both usually not-so-good looking naked. After nearly starving the whole 3 weeks, they start to look better (less fast food fat). In the end, it's like a giant ad for a clothing chain, which says: "Put your clothes back on dummy!!!"

JG said (October 20, 2014):

I read years ago in the book 'The History of Organized Crime' that Chicago gangster Johnny Torrio increased the brothel business by having the girls dress as "plain Janes" and not whores.

Today's women's Hollywood apparel leaves very little left to the imagination because it has already exposed 90% of the body. Contrary to popular belief most men are really not applauding this gesture and most certainly not the husbands of these celebrities.

Hollywood for years has been promoting the American woman as a sophisticated immodest promiscuous type with good intentions. Many men have been fooled by this pose. We all want the pretty bad girl that we think we can set straight.
Someone once said of Joe DiMaggio's short and disastrous marriage to Marilyn Monroe, " if Joe was looking for the kind of women that would stay home 5 days a week and cook spaghetti for him, he definitely had the wrong girl.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at