Busy Philipps is a Hollyweird actress most of you have probably never heard of or seen on television. Check out her Wiki page to learn more about her. I’ve also collected some other information about her:
Busy took part in the “Demand a Plan to End Gun Violence” video (she appears at the 29 second mark).
Busy is a rabid supporter of Planned Parenthood. Here’s here Twitter profile picture (of which I’m sure the irony of her baby in the photo is completely lost on her):
She’s a supporter of Hillary Clinton. And she despises republicans. Check out here Twitter feed here.
Given her political leanings, it makes sense that she wants to play the victim role.
From Daily Mail: It’s a concern all parents share for their daughters as sexual assault on college campuses and elsewhere continue to grow.
And Busy Philipps was quick to raise the subject in a cover interview for Mini Magazine‘s Summer 2016 issue, out now online. The 37-year-old, who is mother to Birdie Leigh, seven, and Cricket Pearl, three, revealed: ‘My greatest fear and worry is that one of my daughters will be sexually assaulted in her life. I know the statistics and I will try to help by starting conversations early about sex and protecting themselves, but it scares me to no end.’
The Cougar Town alum, who shares the girls with her screenwriter-producer husband Marc Silverstein, continued: ‘I really hope that meaningful steps will be taken on campuses and I hope consent becomes a part of sex ed in schools.’
And she added: ‘Part of my brain is always taken up by how to protect them, keep them alive, be a good mom.’
Read the rest of the story here.
Busy is certainly right to be concerned for the safety of her children (thank goodness they didn’t end up butchered by Planned Parenthood). And she can raise her children with whatever fears and beliefs she has in mind for them to learn.
In my opinion, this is the major difference between proggies and conservatives: Proggies look to others to protect them and for government controls in every facet of our lives that supposedly protect us. And those Hollyweird actors have bodyguards at their awards shows. They start out from a place of fear. They are victims.
Conservatives, on the other hand, look to themselves to protect their own lives and that of their families. They rely on their own parenting skills to teach their children how to be safe. And they start from a place of self-preservation rather than fear.Teach your children well – and teach them not to be victims. Empower them!