If you pay your respects to someone by suggesting you first fell in love with their looks, then with their personality and talent, is that really so bad?
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Apparently, it is:
Steve Martin deleted the Tweet because of the response he got from ultra feminist wankers making out he’s a sexist:
Some people just have a way with words, and other people … oh … not have way. -Steve Martin
— Sherry Dyck (@ysocialmediaca) December 19, 2016
Remember Carrie Fisher for her talent, her feminism, her commentary on mental health — not for the way she looked https://t.co/R3eZqy6Ooh
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) December 28, 2016
Steve Martin's tweet about Carrie Fisher is extremely bad https://t.co/if7QV6Ow3b
— The Cut (@TheCut) December 27, 2016
https://t.co/unbXracFlM Something for men on social media to consider before honoring her by talking about all the boners she gave you.
— Amanda Marcotte (@AmandaMarcotte) December 28, 2016
Here’s a pro tip for men in 2017 – if you think someone is beautiful, keep it to yourself. It’s basically a hate crime to comment on a woman’s appearance nowadays. Good thing there were other Twitter users about ready to call out the outrage police:
If you were upset by Steve Martin’s tweet about Carrie Fisher, congratulations! You are officially addicted to outrage.
Now, seek help.
— Peter Cook (@_Peter_Cook) December 28, 2016
Even Piers Morgan realised how ridiculous it was:
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 29, 2016
Meanwhile, this baked goods company also caught some backlash for their Carrie Fisher tribute Tweet:
What a time to be alive.
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