Actress Marion Cotillard: “I Don’t Qualify Myself As a Feminist”

Another female actress has stood up in opposition to the anti-human plague known as “feminism”.

“Filmmaking is not about gender,” said Marion Cotillard, a French actress who’s starring in the upcoming film Macbeth. “You cannot ask a president in a film festival like Cannes to have, like, five movies directed by women and five by men.”


Marion is referring to what I call “math-feminism”, the idea that any imbalance between the number of men and the number of women in a given environment must mean an “injustice” has occurred.

As reported here on Red Pill Philosophy just a few days ago, actress Emma Watson (Harry Potter fame) fell for this same fallacy when she accused the film industry of sexism. Her proof? “I have experienced sexism in that I have been directed by male directors 17 times and only twice by women.”


Gee, Emma, is it also sexism that garbage collectors are almost entirely male? Why aren’t you fighting for equality in the garbage-collection-industry? I guess “equality” only applies for high-paying, lavish jobs like Hollywood celebrity actress…


Marion continues:

“I don’t qualify myself as a feminist. We need to fight for women’s rights, but I don’t want to separate women from men. We’re already separated but we’re not made the same and it’s the difference that creates this energy in creation and love. Sometimes in the word feminism there is too much separation.”

Bravo to Miss Marion for standing up in defense of masculinity and femininity. The modern feminist movement is too often nothing more than the entitled whining of privileged girls who want to have their cake and eat it, too—sometimes literally.



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