Kristen Stewart’s Simple Solution To Hollywood’s Gender Inequality Isn’t Going Over Well

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Twilight actress Kristen Stewart believes she just solved the gender inequality issue plaguing Hollywood. After all these years of being underpaid and overlooked for both off-screen and on-screen positions, it looks like all women have to do is one simple thing.

Kristen sat with Variety to offer up her opinion on Hollywood’s diversity hot topic and said the whole gender equality discussion is boring because if people have an issue with inequality, they should go write something instead of complaining. “Instead of sitting around and complaining about that, do something,” she said. “Go write something, go do something.”

“And that’s easy to say,” she continued. “Like, f**k, it’s hard to get movies made. It’s a huge luxury. Who gets to just make movies? But that subject is just so prevalently everywhere right now, and it’s boring.”

Of course, Kristen’s advice was met with opposition. The 25-year-old actress was taken to task by Twitter users who called her out for impractical advice.

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