Taylor Swift explodes against Netflix for a “sexist” joke about her ex-boyfriends in the series ‘Ginny and Georgia’. “What if we stop demeaning working women by defining this shit as funny?” The singer exclaimed on her Twitter account.
Taylor Swift has exploded against the Netflix platform for a joke about her love past pronounced in the series ‘Ginny & Georgia’ that she described as “deeply sexist” .
“Hello ‘Ginny & Georgia’, in 2010 he called and wants his vague and deeply sexist joke back. What if we stop degrading working women by defining this shit as funny?”, The artist has published on her profile of Twitter, where it has 88 million followers.
Specifically, the author of ‘ Folklore ‘ refers to a comment in which one of the protagonists asks the other if she has broken up with her boyfriend, after which she jokes: “What do you care? You go through men faster than Taylor Swift. ”
The irony of the series created by Sarah Lampert that premiered its first season on February 24, 2021, has not pleased the singer, who has reminded him of the streaming giant who worked with her on the documentary “Miss Americana .” “This costume doesn’t suit you,” he reproached Netflix before adding a “Happy Women’s Month, I guess.”
Taylor Swift in ‘Miss Americana’.
The ex-boyfriend thing has always bothered Swift, who in 2014 explained why she got angry when a reporter asked her how she felt when people said she only sang about boyfriends.
“I think, frankly, it’s a very sexist angle. Nobody says that about Ed Sheeran . Nobody says that about Bruno Mars . Everyone writes songs about their exes,” he replied.
What’s ‘Ginny & Georgia’ about?
The new series recently on the Netflix platform follows Ginny Miller [played Antonia Gentry ], a “15-year-old girl” who is more mature than “her 30-year-old mother, Georgia [played by Brianne Howey ], in a town in New England “, where Georgia decided to settle with her daughter, and her son Austin, to give them a better life than the one she had.
Thousands of followers of Swift, the best-selling artist of the decade, have begun to apologize to Netflix and the writers of the series immediately after the singer’s message.
Battle for your rights
This year, the artist leads another battle related to recovering her music . She announced that she plans to release a new version of her second album ‘Fearless’ in April, thus fulfilling her promise to re-record her first six albums to have control of her rights.
Taylor Swift re-records her music, owned by an investment fund.
“This process has been more satisfying and emotional than I could have imagined and has convinced me even more to re-record all my music,” he said.