Jennifer Lawrence On Women: “All Of Us Are Just Being So Mean”


‘Hunger Games’ actress Jennifer Lawrence has opened up on how women treat each other and she thinks it’s mostly negative. She believes women continue to make fun of each other constantly and she wonders why women don’t just support each other instead of putting people down all of the time. She thinks women can be “so mean” sometimes and wishes that everyone could start to set a better example for future generations:

“It’s kind of become funny to make fun of each other, and I also don’t like other women slaughtering women. And all of us are just being so mean. We’re so responsible for this younger generation, and media, it’s what kids are watching. It’s teaching people how to talk to each other and relate to each other. I don’t like it. Why can’t we just be nice? It’s like we grow up and then get right back into high school.”

Speaking on the dress she wore to L.A. premiere of ‘Catching Fire’, Jennifer says she was nervous about flashing her thighs so she wasn’t hugely fond of the look:

“I think any time a girl has to show her thighs it’s never going to be her favorite look. I loved it, I loved the dress — if someone else wore it. It’s hard for any woman to look at a picture of herself and [like it].”