Jennifer Aniston and Sandra Bullock’s relationship tale could be the middle that is perfect as much as Hollywood’s obsession with pitting ladies against one another.
There’s an episode in Friends by which Jennifer Aniston’s character, Rachel Green (we’re guessing you’ve been aware of her), convinces Ross’s new gf Bonnie to shave her head. Yup, not precisely subdued script writing could it be?
At this time in show three, Rachel and Ross had a lengthy reputation for dating in it: perhaps not did they flirt at senior high school nevertheless they had seriously dated as grownups. Therefore, as he satisfies somebody brand new and invites her in the future on a journey away together with his buddies, it is merely a matter of the time until Rachel, their ex girl, just needs to not just hate this girl, but plot against.
In cases like this, it is to try and rob her of her attractiveness, depriving them of an icon of just just exactly exactly what society considers stereotypically feminine and so fits in to the beauty that is restrictive we set.