Jennifer Lawrence Forced to Strip Naked at Casting Call

By now, you’ve probably seen Jennifer Lawrence naked and decided whether or not you’d have sex with her. But you have no shot with her and can’t promise to put her in movies if she sleeps with you.

Hollywood directors and producers, on the other hand, that’s kind of what they do. We all knew they did it. But now it’s all out in the public.

Speaking at Elle’s Women in Hollywood event, J-Law told of how she was degraded at a casting call.

“During this time a female producer had me do a nude line-up with about five women who were much, much, thinner than me.”

“We are stood side-by-side with only tape covering our privates. After that degrading and humiliating line-up, the female producer told me I should use the naked photos of myself as inspiration for my diet.”

“The director of that film asked me if he could have me star in a porno as that character, among many other things that are too inappropriate to repeat here.”

Hey, so many female producers objectifying women too. That’s, something.

When Lawrence asked a male producer for his opinion, he said that she wasn’t fat. She was, “Perfectly fuckable.”

Be smarter, Hollywood. You don’t need to degrade anyone by having them get naked to determine if you want to have sex with them. Most of us figure out if we’d sleep with that person while they’re fully clothed. Quit being so greedy.

As for why she didn’t speak up earlier, Lawrence said the same thing everyone says.

“I was young and walking that fine line of sticking up for myself without being called ‘difficult’, which they did call me, but I believe the word they used was ‘nightmare’. I didn’t want to be a whistleblower, I didn’t want these embarrassing stories talked about in a magazine, I just. Wanted. A. Career.”

I hate to say it, but none of this is new information. Alison Brie told a similar story when she auditioned for Entourage. And how many times have we seen this scenario play out in movies and television?

Do you think writers just dreamed up a character that is a sleazeball director who promises to make them a big star if they sleep with them? Of course not. Hollywood isn’t that creative. That’s why they keep remaking everything. And they remade that exact character in the exact same scene thousands of times in thousands of different movies and shows because that’s what happens in Hollywood.

Women in Hollywood have been talking about this for years. None of it is new. It’s just that, only now are people listening. And we’re only listening because Donald Trump is president and we’re like, “S**t, better not make that mistake again.”

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