the difference is that Kristen admits to her mistakes and learns from them, i said that in my other reply. when she compared being photographed by the paparazzi to rape, she realized it was wrong and apologized about it in an official statement:
"I really made an enormous mistake – clearly and obviously. And I’m really sorry about my choice of words.[…] ‘Violated’ definitely would have been a better way of expressing the thought. People thinking that I’m insensitive about this subject rips my guts out. I made a big mistake." (x)
same thing for the ‘cheating scandal’: she issued a public apology after that where she apologized to Rob and those affected. (IMO in this case it was not even necessary to publicly apologize because she didn’t harm the public. it was a mistake affiliated with her very personal life and unfortunately, it was made public by the media. but she still issued that statement and that shows how much she cares and also, what big pressure she was put under)
do you get what i mean? cheating doesn’t mean you’re a bad person, offending people doesn’t mean you’re a bad person. what does define you as a person is how you handle it afterwards. Kristen realized she made a mistake in both cases and this is what matters. meanwhile, i don’t have the impression that Jennifer ever cares how her words may harm other people. she literally CONSTANTLY says offensive things, it’s not even like she’s insensitive about certain issues or something, she’s just downright rude in my opinion. i feel like you could read/watch about any Jennifer Lawrence interview and find some highly offensive lines without even trying. i can’t believe some of the things she said, actually. she slut-shames ("I’m excited to be seen as sexy. But not slutty."), discredits bisexuality, makes fun of people who have the anxiety disorder OCD by calling it quirky and saying she wants a ‘cool quirk like that’, makes fun of introverted people ("Oh, I can’t stand shy people. Like, make it up already. Ask about the weather, don’t stare at your plate and make me feel like I’m making you uncomfortable!"), discredits female strength ("Katniss is strong, like a male hero with a vagina.") etc etc etc
she either is really dumb — which i doubt — or just really fucking rude and someone i don’t want to hang out with.
and i’m not saying she is the worst person ever, i just think people should fucking stop glorifying her because she is one of the most problematic celebrities out there IMO. what she said and says is not okay just because she is being funny about it, i think that makes it even worse
Both actors are pretty fucking retarded.
True, people learn from their mistakes but why make them in the first place? Cheating is a distinct choice. Hurtful comments are all choices. Choices made as to whether you perform a hurtful action or not. Just choose not to make mistakes. Nobody’s forcing you to cheat or be rude.
lmao “just choose to not make mistakes” what the literal fuck??? if only it were that simple. everybody makes mistakes, you can’t avoid making them. the only people who have never made mistakes are the ones who haven’t been born yet. and about the whole cheating thing, like, (i don’t even think her statement was legitimate btw bc let’s be real, there is no real reliable source given anywhere and don’t be linking me to wikipedia that shit is trash tbh) the media shouldn’t be invested in her personal life in the first place. kristen never even officially stated robert pattinson as her partner. even though yes, you can say that it’s pretty obvious they were together. and maybe they weren’t even together at the time she started dating the director. anyway who gives a fuck, the director is the one who was married at that time and has 2 children, so i think we should be looking at him. if you’re gonna critisize her for a personal issue that you know nothing about, then rly, go eat a cactus.
but lmao everyone makes mistakes??? like it is said in the answer above, kristen makes mistakes and apologizes for them after. not like jennifer. i have never seen jennifer apologize or learn from any harmful thing she has ever said or done.
This changed me