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Taylor Swift Slams 'Ginny and Georgia' for 'Chauvinist' Joke About Her Dating Life

Not here for it. Taylor Swift got down on Netflix’s Ginny and Georgia for a joke they made during season 1 of the show.

“Hello Ginny and Georgia, 2010 called and it needs its languid, profoundly chauvinist joke back,” the artist, 31, tweeted on Monday, March 1, alongside a messed up heart emoticon. “What about we quit debasing persevering ladies by characterizing this pony s–t as FuNnY.”

The “Champagne Problems” artist likewise got down on the real time feature, which circulated her Miss Americana narrative in 2020. “Additionally, @netflix after Miss Americana this outfit doesn’t look charming on you Broken heart Happy Women’s History Month I surmise,” she composed.

Quick’s sweetheart, Joe Alwyn, showed his help for the artist by “enjoying” the tweet.

In the last scene of the arrangement, which dropped on Netflix on Wednesday, February 24, youthful mother Georgia (Brianne Howey) asks her girl, Ginny (Antonia Gentry), in the event that she’d been dating another person.

“What do you give it a second thought? You go through men quicker than Taylor Swift,” Ginny reacts in the scene — a statement that Swift common on her Twitter account.

Howey, 31, solely uncovered to Us Weekly that perhaps the most compelling motivation she was attracted to the show was a result of the number of ladies were included.

“At the point when I went to do the science read and all through the tryout cycle, it was all ladies. I’ve never been around there or a tryout where most individuals in the room are ladies — not to mention, they’re all ladies,” the Exorcist alum revealed to Us a month ago.

“Everybody from maker, showrunner, chief maker, projecting chief to the lead [were women]. So that was extraordinarily enabling and energizing.”

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