Kristen Stewart Just Shit All Over ‘Twilight.’ Again.

By: The Superficial / April 16, 2012

Back in 2009, as Twilight fever was just beginning to really ejaculate sparkles all over lonely women of all ages, Kristen Stewart let her dad openly trash the franchise that was making her a household name and then went on a good two year tear of saying whatever stupid shit popped into her head like here and here. Think of her as Rooney Mara and Megan Fox‘s stoner little sister with weirdly awesome breasts considering you spent years thinking she was a boy. Anyway, in a new interview with Australia’s Film Ink magazine, Kristen basically calls out the Twilight franchise as the horseshit, women are nothing without a man, abstinency parable it is which probably isn’t a good idea considering she still has one more of these things to shill. Via Hollywood Life:

K-Stew, 22, tells Australia’s Film Ink magazine that Snow White is a better role than Bella.
“It is fairly common to have your story as a woman, even if you’re the protagonist, facilitated by all of the male characters,” she said. “It’s so rare to have a female lead character being so proactive. She pushes her own story forward, rather then being affected by all of the outside elements. Hopefully we do that, I’m really proud to be a part of something like that. It’s always food for women to feel empowered.”

So just for the record, Kristen Stewart thinks it’s important for woman to feel empowered by seeing strong female protagonists, yet still accepted millions of dollars to teach young girls how to have panic attacks and/or fall into a fit of depression when you can’t see your boyfriend which is why you want to skip college and marry him right after high school on top of almost dying birthing his child until you all convert to his ways (I saw what you did there, Stephanie Meyer.) so your family can live happily ever after. Wow, I don’t know how feminism survived without Vampire Girl here showing them the way. They were probably out buying purses or something.

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