20 that she "believe[s] in this movement." But both stars recently attacked Sanders solely over her looks.Cher tweeted to Sanders on Tuesday to "stop dressing like a sister wife." After fans slammed Cher for the hurtful tweet, she followed up by admitting it was "kinda mean" but "so funny." Handler has gone even further than Cher by mocking Sanders' "summer whore lipstick" and calling her a "harlot" on her Netflix show.Iconic singer Cher made fun of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders' fashion choices on Twitter comparing Sanders to a "sister wife." Defenders were quick to call Cher out, claiming she was hypocritical for bullying another woman.Hollywood women have banded together like never before on issues including pay inequality and sexual harassment, declaring that women all over the world need to stick together and be supportive of one another. #genes,' referring to the fact that jeans are something you wear, and genes are what make up a human's biological composition.'Attacking the announcement of someone's first pregnancy would seem below the belt to most, but sadly that's no longer the case.This is honestly one of the best shows I've seen in a long time. In the latter episode, she travels to Peru to experiment with the controversial psychedelic Ayahuasca - a plant drug found in the Amazon that is taken as a tea and supposed to induce an out-of-body experience - and promptly vomits on camera from its effects.
"If you're a conservative woman, prepare to be thrown out of the feminist tent. But they don't support all women and especially those of us who support life." Dan Gainor, vice president of business and culture at the Media Research Center, echoed Nance's comments adding that the recent attacks on Sanders' looks are "especially offensive." "They don't just attack her for being conservative. They blast her clothes and say she dresses like a 'sister wife,'" Gainor said. Chelsea Handler called her a 'harlot' with 'summer whore lipstick.' And these are women doing this.
2016: "Let's stop it with the dialogue about how women look or what they wear, or if they've gained or lost weight.
We are more guilty of this with each other than most men are." Cher has often spoken out about the sexualization of women, declaring at the Women's March on Jan.
Their message is that some women will be supported. Imagine the media outrage if conservatives dared to treat a liberal woman with such disgust." He added, "Liberals hate anyone who doesn't side with them." Branding and public relations expert Scott Pinsker told Fox News these stars are hurting their brands by attacking Trump's press secretary.
"An awful lot of women in America look more like Sarah Sanders than the Hollywood starlets who are bashing Trump and his supporters on all the award shows," Pinsker explained.