Actress Julianne Moore thinks the term “aging gracefully” is “totally sexist.”
“There is so much judgment inherent in the term,” said Moore, 60, in the cover of issue 19 of As If magazine.
“Is there an unsightly way to age? We don’t have an option of course. Nobody has an option on aging, so it’s not a positive or a negative thing, it’s fair.”
“It’s part of the human condition, so why do we always talk about it like it’s something we control?”
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The “Woman in the Window” actress claimed the term is sexist because it is only used to describe women.
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“Shouldn’t aging be about inner growth? Moore said.
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“We have this whole life to live. How can we continue to challenge ourselves, to care, to learn new things, to be more useful to others, to be the person your friends and family need? or what they want? How do we continue to evolve? How to navigate life for even deeper experiences? This is what aging should be like. “
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Moore’s Hollywood career took off in the early 1990s. Moore was nominated for an Oscar for her roles in “Boogie Nights”, “The End of the Affair”, “Far From Heaven” and “The Hours”.
Moore is also known for her roles in “The Big Lebowski”, “The Kids Are All Right”, “Hannibal” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love”.
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