Jennifer Lawrence had enough.
in a new interview with Vogue, days after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the Oscar-winning actress shares her thoughts on politics and civic engagement Get excited when new ideas are formed. “I can’t have sex with people who are no longer political. You live in the United States of America. You have to be political. It’s horrible. Politics is killing.”
This theme came to Lawrence Speaking personally, she shared how politics created rifts with family members in Kentucky, especially her father.
“For the past five years I have worked hard to forgive my father and my family and try to understand: this is different. The message they get is different. Their life is different,” she explains of the divide, which revealed itself after the election of Donald Trump. “I don’t want to belittle my family, but I know a lot of people are in a similar position to their family. How can you raise from birth A daughter and believe she is not worthy of equality? How to do that?”
Lawrence – she revealed that in her 20, She was pregnant and planned to have an abortion herself until she miscarried — also outraged at the fact that courts have stripped abortion rights, while most Americans still believe that under certain circumstances it should be open to everyone. “Take the government out of my hands. OK?” she said. “Watching white men argue about the uterus is too personal for women’s existence when white men can’t find the clitoris from the bottom of their heart.”
Lawrence reports Vogue Profile written by Abby Aguirre includes images of photographer Tina Barney. It was released a few days before the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of her latest film Causeway , directed by Lila Neugebauer. It casts the Oscar winner as an American soldier who returns to her hometown of New Orleans after a traumatic brain injury in Afghanistan.
Causeway marks the first film produced by Lawrence’s production company Excellent Corpse, Newgard Ball praised her star as a “no game” person. She added: “There is no fort. She’s there, she’s with you, she’s the game.”
Lawrence opens up about her desire for the role and why she finds it appealing People: “Her unsustainable home, she can’t commit to one thing or the other because of these internal injuries. Totally invisible, but huge – I think I’m in my life That particular time was tied to it. A lot of things happened to me back then that I didn’t realize. Until I came back, got pregnant, got married, made it. I was like, oh, this is a woman who is afraid to commit.”
This profile marks Lawrence’s first since becoming a mother. While the writers said they danced around the topic as Lawrence was figuring out how to talk about it and weighing how much privacy she wanted to keep, the actress did say she has a baby boy whose name is Cy. The artist, named after American painter Cy Twombly, is a personal favorite of her art gallerist husband, Cooke Maroney.
Just because it’s so different for everyone. If I said it was amazing from the beginning, some people would think that it wasn’t amazing to me in the beginning, it felt terrible. Fortunately, I have many honest girlfriends. Who is like this, it’s scary. You may not be able to connect immediately. You probably won’t fall in love right away. So I think I’m ready for tolerance. I remember walking with one of my best friends at nine months and being like, ‘Everyone keeps saying I’m going to love my baby more than my cat. but it is not the truth. Maybe I’ll love him like my cat? ‘”
Still, she fell in love immediately. “The morning after I had my baby, I felt like my whole life had started all over again. Like, now is the first day of my life. I just stare. I just love it so much. I also fell in love with all the babies around the world. Newborns are amazing. They are these pink, swollen, fragile little survivors. Now I love all babies. Now I hear a baby cry in a restaurant and I’m like, wow, baby.
The cover story also touches on another hot issue in Hollywood: equal pay for equal work. The topic was also popular as Sony hackers revealed that Lawrence doesn’t earn as much as actors Christian Bale and Bradley Library Per. Vanity Fair recently reported that Lawrence is not looking up for Adam McKay ‘s apocalyptic comedy.
“It doesn’t matter how much I do. I still don’t get paid as much as that guy because of my vagina? asked Lawrence.
While it’s unclear how much she’ll be paid for the upcoming biopic, which will be based on the life of legendary Hollywood agent Sue Mengers, Lawrence is ready to go. “Almost there is, I say with love and admiration, an anti-social tendency that I think sometimes I get jealous,” Lawrence said of the project, directed by Paolo Sorrentino “I kind of covet the ruthlessness she has to have. “