In Defense Of Kooky Cameron Diaz And Her Apparent Quest To Become A Wise Old Crone

Cameron Diaz Punk MET Gala May 6 2013 New York City

I’m not sure why, but Cameron Diaz has been doling out a lot of unsolicited advice lately.  Sure, she’s on the promotional trail for her upcoming movie The Other Woman, so it makes sense that we’re hearing from her a lot at the moment.  Plus, she wrote a book that gave Oprah at least three or four “Aha!” moments, so if anyone is to blame for Cameron’s sage-like interviews these days it’s Oprah.  (Just kidding, Opes! Can I call you Opes?  Haha.  Plz don’t kill me, k?)

Anyway, Cameron has been dishing out some real gems of advice lately.  Like, how everyone is going to be cheated on at some point if they haven’t already (Whoops!).  And that pubic hair like, totally serves a purpose (don’t go full-on bald eagle, ladiezzz).  She recently opened up her lotus flower of wisdom to Glamour U.K. to talk about how much she (and therefore we) loves women:

“I think women are beautiful, absolutely beautiful. And I think that all women have been sexually attracted to another woman at some point.  It’s natural to have a connectivity and an appreciation for the beauty of other women.”

While I think it’s kind of irresponsible to make blanket statements of any kind when you’re a  famous person giving an interview, I feel the need to jump to Cameron’s defense here.  Guys, she can’t help it if she’s happy and bubbly and so full of love that she’s like, about to burst with harmony.  But seriously, even if I don’t completely understand the specific lesson she’s trying to teach here, I get the intention behind it.  She’s being super positive and trying to encourage lady love.  I just can’t bring myself to be annoyed with her.  I mean,  she basically has the most scrumtrulescent smile in Hollywood, if not the world.  She just wants us all to connect and dig each other’s vibes and stuff.

In a world where so many female celebrities want to make it clear they aren’t scary man-haters, I just can’t get on board with attacking Cameron Diaz right now.

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    • Kaitlin Reilly

      I’m reading her book now and it’s alllll statements like that. Sometimes you just need a dose of positivity from the star of What Happens In Vegas.