Olivia Munn Slammed the Go Fug Yourself Bloggers for Criticizing Her Red Carpet Looks



Photo: Raymond Hall/GC Images/Getty Images. Earlier today, Olivia Munn shared an essay she wrote about celebritydom, being in the public eye, and dealing with criticism from fans and the media. She called out two people in particular, Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan, also known as the women behind the popular fashion blog Go Fug Yourself. In the essay, Olivia outlined her case against outlets like Go Fug Yourself, which — in her view — exist to “unleash an arsenal of public digs.”A short essay on the ugly behaviors of the @fuggirls pic.twitter.com/KfZ5ambMQM— Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) April 25, 2019 “For years, fashion-policing celebrity has been an accepted form of mainstream media critique, even though it mainly focuses on females and not men, which ultimately contributes to the perpetual minimization of women and propogates the idea that our worth is predominantly (or singularly) tied to our looks,” she wrote. “At the forefront of this right now are blogs like Go Fu

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