Cate Blanchett: ‘Looking sexy doesn’t suggest we want to f*ck you’ BY SAEED NASIR


Cate Blanchett used her platform as a method icon to deliver an important concept on clothing and consent.

On the InStyle honours, she defined style icons as “women who understand how they look is not all of who they are, but just an expansion of that.”

“It’s about women who feel absolve to wear what they need, when they need and how they would like to use it.”


Making mention of a ex – Trump aide and white supremacist, she mentioned, “Nobody says to Steve Bannon, ‘You look like a tote of trash. Would you like me to chuck you away?'”

She was also not having sexist comments on the way women dress. “However the remarks that get said about what women wear on the red carpet, I mean, if you troll through those trolls on the internet — just don’t.”

Blanchett, 48, is one of the Hollywood personalities who has condemned film executive Harvey Weinstein.

Weinstein has been under fire from stars and production personnel with allegations of sexual assault and rape.

“Any men who’s ready of specialist or electric power… whether he be considered a film designer or the President of america who believes it’s his prerogative to sexually intimidate or mistreatment women that they come into contact with… They need to be presented to accounts,” she said to Entertainment Tonight through the “Thor: Ragnarok” premiere in Los Angeles


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