By Lauren Le Vine, REDBOOK.
Now, stay with us here. As people tasked with watching many red carpets (okay fine, we love every second of them), one of our favorite trends that's emerged this season involves actresses calling out correspondents for objectifying females more than males. As the camera did a slowwww pan up from her feet on the SAG Awards red carpet, Cate Blanchett asked Giulianna Rancic if they "do this to men." Touché, Cate. Even if Ryan Seacrest asks an actor "who he's wearing," it's in a joking "I'm treating you like a girl heh heh heh" kind of way.
That's why we're choosing to see this People article as a ray of hope that someday the silly gendering that goes on regarding hair and fashion might disappear. The post is called "Jared Leto's Hairstylist: 'He Has Amazing Hair, So It's Kind of Inevitable' That He Ends Up On 'Best Hair' Lists." That's right, it's an entire article on how Best Supporting Actor frontrunnerRead More »from Could Jared Leto's Hair Lead to the End of Gender Stereotypes?