Take the stick out of your ass Lainey.
Her kids were watching
Film set. Recently. She’s shooting a sex scene. Walking around set in her bra, no shirt on, panties, standard attire, nothing unusual about it...
Except that her children were there that day. They were visiting. And it was no thing, you know? That was her costume. They saw her in his costume while they were there. And then she sat them behind the monitor so that they could see her work and they watched while mom worked with another actor - she rubbed up against him, he returned the rubbing, she made love for pretend, for the movies, to a man that was not the father of her children, in front of her children.
I’m sure over 90% of you are all huffy and tutty about this and have been since the start of the 2nd paragraph. “It’s so inappropriate, it’s so bizarre, these people are sick f-cks”, etc etc etc. Me I’m still trying to decide. Part of me understands the huffing and the tutting. And the other part, well, it’s worth huffing and tutting over in real life, for civilians, because that’s simply not part of that world.
But take Kate Winslet for example - and this is NOT about Kate Winslet - who’s already been naked on screen several times, and her kids go to school with other kids whose parents have seen their mother’s breasts, and you realise, theirs is a totally different reality. And, given that that is the reality, if you are the subject of this riddle, do you prepare your children for it by bringing them with you, by showing them that this is not real, that this is what happens in filmmaking, that this is part of the process, that this is part of what’s considered their craft or their art, or whatever fancy word they’re using for it these days, that this is not dirty, that there’s nothing shady about it, in the hopes of removing or addressing in advance any stigma/embarrassment that might arise later...
Mommy is an Actor and this is what Acting is...
A part of me doesn’t disagree with that either, you know?
Anyway, I look forward to reading your emails
Take the stick out of your ass Lainey.
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This is about Angelina Jolie, right? Isn't she the one that Lainey has issues with? My feeling is that parents should protect their children's innocence as long as possible (without being a complete prude and locking them in their rooms until they're 18). There are some aspects of the adult world that they shouldn't be exposed to until they are older. That means monitoring their TV usage, their computer usage, the films they see, etc. while they're little. It's nice to let them see Mommy at work, but surely Mommy's entire film doesn't involve scenes that are loaded with sexual content and another filming day might have been more appropriate for children that young.
I think it is a bit inappropriate, I would not make this choice as a parent, but what other people choose is their business.
Kate Hudson came to mind. The only thing I think is wonky about this is if the children don't really understand what acting is, if she's shooting a sex scene and they're watching that could raise some issues for the kids (but probably not if this is about Kate Hudson, since her son is probably well used to a revolving door of men). If the issue is her nudity on set, then no, I don't have a problem with that.
Hey, it could be worse. They could be Paz De la Huerta's (non-existent) kids.
And Lainey loves Angelina.
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Not a big deal either way.
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