Angelina Jolie discusses the advantages of being born a woman in a patriarchal country.
Angelina Jolie recently exposed her heart on her sleeve and made an emotional plea to followers. Reminding them of how fortunate she was to be born a woman.
In a written statement on the Dolby Terrace at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. In Los Angeles, Jolie shared her sentiments.
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Despite the fact that the actor was unable to attend due to a previous covid-19 exposure fear. The night’s MC read her speech aloud and added, “To every young girl listening, know this: It is a gift to be a woman.. That others may choose to suggest it is in any way less only shows their fear of your power.”
She continued by saying, “With women who were born in countries where the struggle for equality. And rights is even more challenging than it is here. Women who know that what makes them different is what makes them beautiful. And gives them even more to contribute. I feel truly honoured to be part of this sisterhood.”
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“We’ve all felt quite small at times. We have all felt scared and alone and working in this business probably often felt valued for the wrong things or taken advantage of. Every woman has probably experienced double standards. Abuse of power, and the lack of accountability, and has had to fight to stay soft and open.”
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I wish I could express and explain how grateful I am to know that there is this beautiful being, a role to follow, an incredible mother and talented actress and director, pure soul I admire you so much woman. pic.twitter.com/Flqzlm1Nqk
It’s crucial to keep in mind that “For as much as we discuss inequality here. It is nothing compared to the limitations and abuse that women face in many other parts of the world. So while we fight here, we have to look outside of here to the women. And girls who are refugees, who are stateless. Who are facing hunger and violence and fighting every day for basic rights and respect.”