Mila Kunis speaks out against Republicans

Mila Kunis can’t seem to keep her name out headlines these days. Photos of the That ’70s Show actress and Two and a Half Men star Ashton Kutcher canoodling have been a hot topic, and there has been much speculation about Kunis being cast as Anastasia Steele in the Fifty Shades of Grey film being developed. Kunis is turning heads again as Esquire magazine names her the Sexiest Woman Alive. To celebrate her new title, the 29-year-old actress took part in an exclusive photo shoot with the magazine. Although the Esquire article comes with a set  of racy shots of Kunis, what seems to be really turning heads is the star’s interview, in which she speaks out about the “incredibly demoralizing” state of American politics. Kunis makes it clear that “the way that Republicans attack women is so offensive,” adding, “I may not be a practicing Jew, but why we gotta talk about Jesus all the time?” Kunis — who is lauded by Esquire as “the most beautiful, opinionated, talkative, and funny movie star” — is known for often having her guard up, so her recent display of political mindedness comes as a surprising bonus for the newly crowned Sexiest Woman Alive. ~Brandon Bastaldo

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  1. Annie • October 11, 2012 @ 10:33 AM

    I’ve never heard Republicans attack women. A lot of women are Republicans. Mila, as with most actresses, doesn’t know what the hell she’s talking about.

  2. Trevor • October 11, 2012 @ 11:21 AM

    Republicans are the most evil and twisted people. Mila is speaking the truth!

  3. Jason • October 11, 2012 @ 11:40 AM

    They picked HER for sexiest woman? Are they kidding?

  4. David • October 11, 2012 @ 12:39 PM

    Annie – There have been tons of attacks on women by Republicans. Tod Akin, a Republican Representative from Missouri said that women couldn’t get pregnant from rape unless they somehow accepted it, calling only violent rapes a ‘legitimate’ rape. When Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown Law School Student, wasn’t allowed to testify to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on the importance of requiring insurance plans to cover birth control, Republicans (in particular Rush Limbaugh) called her a ‘slut’ and a ‘prostitute’. All around the country, Republicans in State legislatures have been pushing an agenda of Anti-choice laws, making it more and more difficult to get an abortion, even if a woman’s life is in danger if she gave birth, or she is forced to give birth to a rapists child. In fact, there has been a record in laws limiting abortion from Republican lawmakers throughout the US. The forcing of women to bear their rapists child or potentially die rather than be allowed an abortion is actually in the Republican Party platform. While you may not agree that these are obvious ‘attacks’ they are certainly not pro-woman in any way shape or form.

    As for Mila Kunis, while she’s not my type, I can see why she’d be considered pretty hot.

  5. Danielle • October 11, 2012 @ 12:51 PM

    Why is Democrats are so quick to point the finger and make accusations like “Republicans attack women” but can ignorantly not see the same can be said about Democrats!! Narrow minded. I’m so tired of loud mouth Democrats who bash anyone who doesn’t agree with them.

  6. C-Dub • October 11, 2012 @ 12:53 PM

    While I’m actively trying to avoid american politics, I do see Republicans working with a harsh set of ideals.
    I think that abortion and rape are hot topics and because I likely will never experience rape, I really believe it’s a womans choice. Even if rape isn’t proven in court, if she knows she was raped and is pregnent because of it, it’s her right to choose.
    And regarding religion, I agree with her. I believe it’s everyones freedom of religion but especially down in the states it might be written as such in their constitution but really there is subliminal propaganda out there. The politicians talked about god etc..They holidays are Christian…etc. Plus that whole bible belt area really pushing their beliefs on others.

    To each their own.

  7. PM • October 11, 2012 @ 1:18 PM

    You never heard Republicans attack woment… REALLY? Have not seem for the past 18 yrs, the republicans trying to take away the rights of women. Such as a woman’s right to choose what she wants to do with her body and the woman’s right to marry another woman and a woman’s right to use her stem cells they way she sees fit…. Yes two of these relate to men too but as a woman I feel strongly about all of these issues and feel that some old man in the congress do not have the right to decide on these issues for me… They have no right to force what they think is right on other people. Each indiviual should be able to decide what is right for them.

  8. Ken • October 11, 2012 @ 1:24 PM

    Same ol’ **ap…different liberal, I think she and the ex-Mrs Moore will make a fine couple! As for her being “hot”…? LMAO! Hot as Ice!!! Hollyweird wouldn’t know a really hot woman, if one landed on them! liberals just attacked a young woman on Twitter a day or so ago…just because she supports Romney, and she is a black female, so she is under attack for having an opinion that differs from the liberal agenda! People in glass houses, should avoid throwing stones!

  9. Larry • October 11, 2012 @ 4:47 PM

    This is a really interesting debate here (people are getting very fired up). It seems that everyone has differing opinions of who fingers should be pointed at and, I guess, its only right to at least listen to the different points each side bring up.

    HOWEVER.

    There is ONE thing that is the fundamental lowest I can go, it has to do with Republican ideology. Just today Jason E. Chaffetz–the U.S. Representative for Utah’s 3rd congressional district– was so adamant about point fingers at the Obama administration that he and his colleagues inadvertently gave out confidential information about a CIA operations base.

    This type of behavior is so wrong to me because its all about the US vs THEM mentality– which appears very common in contemporary Republican ideogy. Quite frankly a nation that stands divided by people who push these kinds of agendas WILL fall.

  10. Garry • October 11, 2012 @ 6:02 PM

    @David thank you for so efficiently opening those blind eyes that Annie and Danielle seem to have though like typical right wing conservatives it wont make one iota of a difference they all live in that “bubble” that Bill Maher talks about(they a probably both Ken anyway). @Larry your point is even more important since that is how the Republicans operate. Your life or service to country is worth nothing unless you are a white male conservative. See how they quickly turned on their former “hero” General Colin Powell, how they outed a CIA agent while she was on active duty in hostile territory because her husband was a democrat opponent putting her life in danger and now what Larry mentioned. These people are scum, then these shoot on sight if you are a black kid and have a hoodie and skittles want to talk about sanctity of life. And do they really want a black female as a supporter? I doubt it unless its as their house slave a la Condeleeza rice….

  11. gbh999 • October 11, 2012 @ 7:56 PM

    The Republican party, should be considered for cult status. I just giggle, when I see one of their henchmen on TV, spouting the party line, day after day. They must all get the RNC email every morning, to make sure, that they are all on the same page. Christ, they even use the same sentences, for their talking points.
    These stupid, stupid people, seem to think that there is too much government, all the time. They want running water, paved streets, parks to go to , swimming pools, and recreation centers, to take their kids to… but they don’t think they should pay any taxes, for these projects. Wake up! Good Government, costs money. Bad government, costs more! Oh by there way, why don’t we give out $5 Trillion dollars, in tax breaks, for the rich, and then have to cut back on education, medicare, etc. etc., because there is no more money! Forget the bombs, at this rate, we will be soon back to being as illiterate as the Taliban. But the filthy rich, will still be the filthy rich. What an ass-backward society, we are becoming. Go Tea Party! Yah sure!

  12. oh_u_srupid_sheeple • October 11, 2012 @ 11:20 PM

    republican and democrats are both pathetic, garbage, corrupt criminal terrorists. Anybody with half a brain cell knows that.

  13. luv hollywood gossip • October 12, 2012 @ 9:31 AM

    sexiest woman alive?….uh…don’t think so

  14. sandy miles • October 13, 2012 @ 6:27 PM

    Unfortunately, Mila as usual doesn’t know what she’s talking about and she sounds ignorant. Most politicians who are religious are against abortion personally but haven’t done anything to stop it…Todd E is an idiot …..he does not speak for all or even most republicans and not all republicans in congress are working on an anti-abortion law…this is all BS by dem’s to stop women for voting for Romney/Ryan ticket. Sandra Fuke is a dem.mouthpiece…no government should force religious institutions to have to cover womens birth control when their religion does not approve of it. It’s called religious freedom that’s what we have in this country. This entire BS about abortion and birthcontrol is pure nonsense by the dem’s. They’ll do anything to divide and conguer and we should all be afraid of their lies. No law can pass unless both parties are on board…so stop the lies.

  15. Lou • October 14, 2012 @ 1:31 PM

    Unbelievable ignorance coming from uninformed Americans today. Annie, Danielle, you are a Republican’s wet dream, ignoring all the lies AND TRUTHS they tell. And David has only scratched the surface. Mila may not be as well versed on every issue, but she knows a theocracy in the making. KEEP YOUR DAMN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS TO YOURSELVES!
    Is she the hottest woman alive? I would say no., But that’s MY opinion for me, not to denigrate her, Macaulay, Ashton or anyone who finds her right FOR THEM.
    Thanks again, David, gbh and PM for (at least momentarily) opening these women’s eyes and ears to the ugliness that has become the Rethuglican Party. Does GOP stand for Got Over our Principles?
    I worry for your country when the uninformed elect people who are bad for them. Let us hope that come Nov. 7 President Obama can look forward to another four years of leadership in the White House (and that Ashton and Mila have as much happy time together as well!) with at LEAST a Democratic Senate.

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