Actress Faces Feminist Backlash For Her Traditional Views

Hollywood is once again on the warpath against traditional values.

The film and television industries promote feminist ideology, and go on the attack against anyone who disagrees with them.

And this time, they are firing back at one of their own.

Kaley Cuoco is the star of the television show, The Big Bang Theory, as well as multiple commercials and other projects.

And she is under fire for recent comments in an interview with the women’s magazine, Redbook.

The Daily Mail reports on the interview with Cuoco:

When asked by the magazine if she considered herself a feminist earlier this week, she replied: “Is it bad if I say no? It’s not really something I think about. Things are different now, and I know a lot of the work that paved the way for women happened before I was around…”

“I was never that feminist girl demanding equality, but maybe that’s because I’ve never really faced inequality. I cook for Ryan five nights a week: It makes me feel like a housewife; I love that.”

“I know it sounds old-fashioned, but I like the idea of women taking care of their men. I’m so in control of my work that I like coming home and serving him. My mom was like that, so I think it kind of rubbed off.”

She also told Redbook that she likes to take care of her husband, Ryan Sweeting, because “it makes me feel like a housewife.” 

“I cook for Ryan five nights a week,” the star said. “I know it sounds old-fashioned, but I like the idea of women taking care of their men.”

Apparently, being a woman in Hollywood means you are not allowed to have traditional values.

And Cuoco found this out when her fellow celebrities and other feminist women went on a rampage on Twitter against her remarks, with comments such as, “Sooo easy to say you’re not a feminist when you are living a life of privilege fought for you by feminists…”

And feminist writer Anita Finlay wrote:

“Ms. Cuoco does not seem to understand what feminism is.  First, let’s put her comments in the context of a woman who recently signed a contract to be paid $1 million dollars per episode for The Big Bang Theory in a deal that stands to net her and her co-stars Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons $90 million each.  It is doubtful that her tennis player husband is generating that kind of dough at this point in his career.  Here is Cuoco’s money statement: ‘I’m so in control of my work that I like coming home and serving him.’  Sounds like she wants to play housewife as a counter to her being a power player at work.”

Cuoco was left to go on the defensive about her comments in the Redbook interview, and sadly, ended up backtracking due to the pressure put on her by the left.

She released a statement on Instagram apologizing if her comments were offensive to anyone and saying, “anyone who knows me knows my heart and knows what I meant.”

The Daily Mail reports on her partial backtracking due to pressure by feminist fans and her Hollywood colleagues:

“It was a three-and-a-half-hour conversation, and we had two sentences taken out. That was what I was saying before this whole Redbook debacle. If I could say all the words I wanted to, it was really meaning that as independent as I am – and I’ve made a career on my own without a man – I love being a wife. I love cooking for my husband. I feel like I have it all. I feel very lucky that I’m able to do that. I enjoy both aspects.”

While her comments in Redbook about being a traditional wife in Hollywood were refreshing, the media backlash is typical and disgusting.

The fact that Kaley Cuoco felt she had to partially recant her comments and make an apology online shows just how far the feminists and Hollywood types have gone to label traditional values as taboo.

Apparently, being a traditional woman in Hollywood is a sin beyond forgiveness, and while Cuoco’s original comments should be applauded by women, the bullying tactics of the left that left her embarrassed by them are despicable.