Kaley Cuoco is on the cover of April’s Cosmo, defending her anti-feministic comments and trying to make it seem like she’s not dating her ex, Johnny Galecki. Check it:
On her marriage with Ryan Sweeting ending: “[What happened] changes the way I look at marriage, and that makes me sad. It does not change the way that I look at love. I cannot wait to be in love again. I don’t feel like I am ready yet … which is so different for me. I dive into everything.”
On an interviewer asking if she was a feminist and her words being misconstrued: “Of course I’m a fucking feminist. Look at me. I bleed feminism. I get equal pay to my male costars on a big show, I have my own home, I’m as independent as you could possibly be.”
On rumors that she and her co-star Johnny Galecki are back together: “Johnny and I are very close now, but the worst part about that is I don’t want stories like that, especially during this divorce, to hurt my ex. We have nods with each other. Johnny and I do this thing like a nod that says, ‘I got you. I get it.'”
On kids: “I thought I’d have a baby by now! You see your life going one way, and then it’s the direct opposite way. I’m waking up going, Oh my god, my life just flipped upside down.”
Sorry, but just because you’re rich and independent doesn’t mean you’re a feminist: the comments about her “thinking she’d have a kid by now” and dodging dating rumors and essentially leaping into a new thing right out of the divorce gate makes it seem like she is pretty co-dependent and part of the patriarchal landscape. I dunno. I’ve never liked her, so maybe it’s my own personal bias.
Do you like Kaley? Do you think she’s banging Johnny Galecki again?