Lisa Haydon, spoke about the sticky issue of feminism with a leading daily, and the Housefull 3 star criticized the concept of feminism by saying, "I don't like the word feminist" and "Feminism is just an overused term and people make too much noise about it for no reason."
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Lisa Haydon, is an actress who enjoys life to the fullest and minces no words while speaking her mind out. The leggy lass spoke against the concept of feminism by saying,
"I don't like the word feminist. I don't think women trying to
be men is feminism. I also don't believe in being outspoken for the
sake of it, or just to prove a point. Feminism is just an overused
term and people make too much noise about it for no reason. Women
have been given these bodies to produce children, and the spirit
and tenderness to take care of people around us. It's fine to be an
outspoken and working woman. I don't want to be a man. One day I
look forward to making dinner for my husband and children. I don't
want to be a career feminist".
Twitteratis were not kind enough to Lisa Haydon on this one, and quite a few women lashed out at the actress for her statements. However, a lot of men came in support of the actress's statements on feminism and supported her views.
When people started posting a barrage of negative comments against Lisa Haydon on Twitter, the young, wild and free woman clarified her statements on her Instagram account by saying,
"All the noise being made about my "feminist" comment drives my
point home. Instead of making so much noise, we should walk the
talk! The best way to change the world is to start with ourselves.
Live a life that paves the way for others who lack the same
opportunities. I certainly strive to! My life speaks for itself.
But, in our quest for feminism, let's stay feminine! As a working
woman, who takes pride in ambition and achievement, It's important
not forget that we are women made for the greatest role ever -
bringing life into this world. And that is something to be proud
of! Our true power lies in a gift we've been given that men will
never have. Our bodies create life. If feminists have a problem
with this. Feminism is not their real issue... Nature is!".
However, Lisa Haydon deleted the post from her Instagram as
people started fighting among themselves in the comment section.
Well it looks like people can't even have an opinion of their own