Gina Carano’s transition from MMA to Hollywood is the kind of story feminists salivate over. Heck, her career checks so many woke boxes it’s like she was created in a lab for just such a purpose.
So where are the Hollywood feminists following her disgraceful erasure from both Disney+’s “The Mandalorian” and the United Talent Agency (UTA), over allegedly unacceptable social media posts?
Amy Schumer? Sarah Silverman? Scarlett Johansson? Chloe Grace Moretz? Jane Fonda? Chelsea Handler? The Women’s March, for that matter?
Has any actress, proudly feminist or otherwise, rallied to Carano’s side? If not now … when?
Carano shattered the MMA’s glass ceiling by making female fighters more than a sideshow. Her short but potent MMA career made that possible, capped by her 2009 battle with Cris Cyborg. Carano lost that fight, but the battle made history anyway. It was the first time a female match served as a major MMA attraction’s main event.
Carano, nicknamed “Conviction,” compiled
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