Tara Reid believes her acting career would have been more successful if she had settled down and had children. She claims that Hollywood judges unmarried women who do not have children, and they are seen as party girls. Reid also speaks out about the societal pressures of motherhood and believes that people need to respect an individual’s privacy when it comes to personal matters.
Tara Reid believes that her acting career would have been more successful if she had settled down and had children, as Hollywood judges those who are not married or don’t have kids.
Tara Reid, best known for her role in “American Pie,” opened up in an exclusive interview with Mr. Warburton Magazine about her acting career and societal pressures to settle down and have children. The 47-year-old actress believes that her career would have been more successful if she had married and had children, claiming that Hollywood still views single, childless women as “party girls from 40 years ago.” Reid mentions that Hollywood women like Chelsea Handler and Jennifer Aniston have also spoken out about societal pressures of motherhood.
However, despite Hollywood’s expectations, Reid proudly chooses a life of freedom and independence. She argues that society should not be judging those who cannot or do not want to have children or get married. The actress pointed out the invasion of privacy that occurs when people’s personal lives are constantly questioned and discussed in the media.
The media’s scrutiny of Reid started in the late ’90s when she became the It Girl. However, she feels that she was punished unnecessarily, stating that she never did anything wrong or inappropriate. The actress believes that she was a target because she was an easy one. The constant negative attention from the media led Reid to take a step back from the spotlight.
Reid is excited about her comeback and is set to star in the new comedy series “Walking In L.A.”. Despite all the scrutiny, the actress never lost her positive attitude. She feels fulfilled and happy with her life’s choices, irrespective of what the world expects of her.
In a recent interview, Reid talked about the bullying she faced from toxic tabloids; no one knew the pain, and it was not something people could discuss openly. However, in 2021, people are more comfortable discussing these issues, and Reid believes this will make it better. She hopes that people will start to understand that everyone has their own story, their own struggles, and their way of living their life without conforming to societal norms.