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Taylor Swift didn’t appreciate that ‘Ginny & Georgia’ joke



Taylor Swift didn't appreciate that 'Ginny & Georgia' joke

The artist Taylor Swift tweeted Monday to communicate her dismay with a joke remembered for the Netflix arrangement “Ginny and Georgia.”

Taylor Swift didn't appreciate that 'Ginny & Georgia' joke

PARK CITY, UTAH – JANUARY 23: <> attends the 2020 Sundance Film Festival – “Taylor Swift: Miss Americana” Premiere at Eccles Center Theatre on January 23, 2020 in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)

“Hello Ginny and Georgia, 2010 called and it needs its sluggish, profoundly misogynist joke back,” Swift tweeted along with a nearby subtitle of the joke “What do you give it a second thought? You experience men quicker than Taylor Swift.”

Quick’s sentiments have been all around archived, as has the way that she’s been seeing someone some time now with British entertainer Joe Alwyn.

On Monday she tweeted her craving that people “quit corrupting persevering ladies” and utilized an interjection prior to taking on the real time feature with whom she collaborated on her “Miss Americana” doc a year ago.


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“Likewise, @netflix after Miss Americana this outfit doesn’t look adorable on you,” she composed. “Glad Women’s History Month I presume.”

“There’s an extraordinary spot in damnation for ladies who don’t help different ladies,” Swift told Vanity Fair two months after the function. “For a female to expound on her emotions, and afterward be depicted as some tenacious, crazy, urgent sweetheart needing causing you to wed her and have children with her, I imagine that is taking something that conceivably ought to be praised… and transforming it and winding it into something that is honestly somewhat misogynist.”

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