(in response to this article: http://www.glamour.com/entertainment/2013/12/rashida-jones-major-dont-the-pornification-of-everything )
Rashida Jones started a dialogue on slut-shaming in the worst way possible, and her clarification seems more of a case of licking her wounds than actual apology. Her insistence that sexuality in itself is fine but "acting like whores" is harmful is confusing, as it seems to state that women can be sexual, but they shouldn't show off their bodies or act like they want to get laid. Also, the attitude of "let's celebrate how women can make babies" doesn't help feminism. Do women such as myself who do not want children still have to get vilified for our life choices? I'd rather have a discussion about how and why female sexuality sells rather than get into name-calling and judgement.
(I'm keeping it short because they won't print/read a manifesto. Thoughts?)