Emma Stone Reacts To Boyfriend Andrew Garfield's Sexist Comment

Posted: Apr 25 2014, 10:34am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 25 2014, 10:41am CDT, in News | Latest Celebrity News

Emma Stone reacts to boyfriend Andrew Garfield's sexist comment
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The 'Spider-Man' star was certainly left at a loss of words when girlfriend, Emma Stone, cut him while he was defining sewing as a feminine task

It seems like Emma Stone was not at all in the mood to have anyone show her feminine side down and this would pretty much explain why she did nothing to tolerate a rather sexist comment from her boyfriend Andrew Garfield. The 'Spider-Man' star was certainly left at a loss of words when his co-star in the film and real-life girlfriend, Emma Stone, cut him while he was defining sewing as a feminine task.

It all started at the Yahoo Kids Q&A when a kid from the audience asked Garfield how his famous Spider Man costume was made to which the actor replied that "He made it. He made it with his bare hands. He sewed it. He took some sewing classes and some needlework, some needlepoint classes. It's kind of a feminine thing to do. He made a very masculine costume out of a very feminine."

Taking it as quite offensive, girlfriend Emma Stone interrupted and as she asked "It's feminine how?," and to this co-star Jamie Foxx let out a whistle. But Garfield was quick to defend himself and said that "It's amazing how you took that as an insult," and this got him a pretty blunt reply from Stone who said "No, I'm not taking that as an insult. I'm asking how it's feminine." To avoid any further bitter remarks, Garfield had to give an explanation where he said that he never meant it as an insult and went to say "Femininity is about more delicacy, precision, detailed work, and craftsmanship. Like my mother, she's an amazing craftsman. She in fact made my first Spider-Man costume when I was 3, so I use it as a compliment. To compliment the feminine not just in women, but in men as well. We all have feminine in us."

source: ibnlive

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