People seem to forget that Ms. Katheryn Hudson only rose to fame after “I Kissed A Girl” was controversial. That lady literally used and sexualized homosexuality to sell her debut single and then went on to write lyrics about an ex who she thought was gay saying “I hope you hang yourself on your H&M scarf” on that very same album. But defend her I guess!…Stan I suppose! Just know that woman couldn’t give a fuck about LGBTQ people. All she cares about is herself the checks she rakes in from profiting off our culture and any other culture she can get her hands on.
For me, it’s more about wanting there to be more female directors. There’s no shortage of women who want to make films. There are so many male directors and so many male-driven films and there are significantly fewer female-driven films and female directors — and that’s not because they don’t exist.
I Am Sam dir. Jessie Nelson (2001) Father X-mas dir. Marie Rose (2001) Cutlass dir. Kate Hudson (2007) Hounddog dir. Deborah Kampmeier (2007) The Secret Life of Bees dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood (2008) The Runaways dir. Floria Sigismondi (2010) Night Moves dir. Kelly Reichardt (2013) Very Good Girls dir. Naomi Foner (2013) Every Secret Thing dir. Amy Berg (2014) The Bell Jar dir. Kirsten Dunst (2018)