This week, Evan Rachel Wood picked up her Twitter mic to protest the Supreme Court’s decision to allow employers to refuse to pay for contraception if they object to it on religious grounds. She came up with a mantra.
When people argued with her, she went back to the mantra.
You get it.
Wood tweets frequently, often engaging in political discussions. If she has a pet issue, though, it’s LGBT rights and particularly bisexual visibility. Also, she loves Katherine Moennig (Shane from The L Word).
A lot of times famous people don’t tweet or talk in general about other famous people, I’ve noticed. But not Wood. (I like it.)
Pet issue: Feminist concerns in general, but also LGBT ones. And sex positivity as a whole. Recently, however, the co-star of The CW’s Reign, has gotten very specific: #FreetheNipple.
She posted this, and has also been RTing women who @ her pictures of themselves topless.
Pet issue: Abortion (hates it!), but conservative causes in general.
Pet issue: Trolling. Particularly Mike Tyson!
Pet issue: Hating Obama
Headey is not a political tweeter, but she does like to traffic in Game of Thrones spoilers and foilers. No: She’s just kind of funny and random.
Neff, who dates Caitlin Stasey, is also a feminist.
He is a leftwing generalist, though.
Pet issue: Grahn, who plays a lawyer on General Hospital, especially likes to weigh in on legal matters.
This one cheered on Katie Holmes during her anti-Tom Cruise uprising.
As did this one (about Dennis Wasser, a big Hollywood divorce attorney):
And then this tweet was from this week.
Pet issue: Dirty sex stuff.
Pet issue: Rape (against)
And rape jokes (was for them).
But then he changed his mind!
Pet issue: So many, but if I had to choose one… Israel.
It’s her constant.
She’s willing to serve, though.
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