This year is the 20th anniversary of the release of the seminal ’90s film Clueless. In that time, the careers of the cast members has ranged from wildly successful (Paul Rudd) to steadily working with various degrees of success (Breckin Meyer, Jeremy Sisto, Donald Faison), but the three female leads have experienced wholly different journeys — Brittany Murphy of course passed away in 2009, Alicia Silverstone is a vegan-lifestyle writer who sometimes feeds her child chewed food from her own mouth like a baby bird, and Stacey Dash is a conservative Fox News correspondent who sometimes says things like this when asked about the decision from national sorority organizations that their members avoid fraternity parties:
“[I think it’s] ridiculous. And I think it’s a good thing, for the good girls, to be told stay home, be safe.”
Dash then continued, “The other bad girls – bad women – are the ones who like to be naughty, might go out and play and get hurt and then, you know… But the other thing about this is that it then blames the alcohol instead of the person who over-drinks. So it’s like, the same thing with guns. Guns don’t kill people. People kill people. Alcohol doesn’t get you drunk. You get yourself drunk.”
Dash has addressed rape before when she suggested that Kanye West needed to visit Riker’s to get some firsthand knowledge of the subject after he compared paparazzi to rape.
“For Kanye to say rape, maybe he needs to spend some time on Rikers Island, you know, go to Rikers for a little while and then he’ll know what rape is. I don’t get celebrities not understanding that the paparazzi are doing their job.”
Paparazzi, Mitt Romney and “good girls” (i.e., not rape victims) — recipients of the Dash seal of approval.