May 30, 2007, - 3:12 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Remember Andrew Shue–the dopey, annoying girlie-man neighbor on the ’90s FOX nighttime soap, “Melrose Place”?
Well, now Shue and his sister, Elisabeth Shue–most memorable as the Karate Kid’s girlfriend–have made a feminist, girl power soccer movie, “Gracie,” in theaters Friday. I interviewed the arrogant Shue regarding this propaganda movie for girls, and he uttered the following outrage:
Once we get rid of all of the college men’s basketball and football programs, then things will be great. Then we won’t need Title IX, anymore.
Shue was completely arrogant and wore a pajama top to the interview. What an ass! Stay tuned for my column on this absurd movie, where all the men are extreme misogynists, and unless they play on boys sports teams, the girls are sluts.
The movie is based on Shue’s pre-Karate Kid life, when she fought to play soccer on her high school boys soccer team. Big whoop.
Glad to see that Andrew Shue has graduated from crummy soap operas to all-out hate-men feminism. I repeat: What an ass!
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