Now that all of California’s pressing issues have been addressed, some nitwits from the state assembly have been freed up to address even more urgent concerns.
Geez, just imagine how they’d react if this guy was a conservative.
Entertainer/comedian/writer Seth MacFarlane earned a younger, bigger audience for hosting Sunday’s Oscar telecast — but he’s also sparked anger from the California Legislative Women’s Caucus, which formally complained Wednesday to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that his gig “struck a new low in its treatment of women.”
The legislative women’s letter to Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences bigwig Howard Koch complains: “In a world where women have historically faced challenges and obstacles when it comes to their portrayal in popular culture, Sunday evening was a setback for women fighting hard to gain appropriate respect as contributors in this industry and society in general.”
They’re trying to gain the appropriate respect by acting like humorless babies.
Their final word: “On Oscar night, when Hollywood seeks to honor its best, Seth MacFarlane’s monologue reduced our finest female actresses to caricatures and stereotypes, degrading women as a whole and the filmmaking industry itself. To degrade women is totally unacceptable in today’s world.”
Good grief, get over yourselves.