Jamie Lee Curtis boasts about her ‘de-gendered’ Oscar statue

Actress Jamie Lee Curtis proved on Monday that once you drink the “woke” Kool-Aid, your zealotry has no limits.

Appearing Monday on The View, Curtis let it be known that she has “de-gendered” the Oscar statue she was gifted in 2023 for her role in Everything, Everywhere, All At Once.

While talking about the Academy Awards show, co-host Sunny Hostin mentioned that fellow harpy Whoopi Goldberg brought in her Oscar once and let them all pose for photos with it.

“It’s been a year, where do you keep it?” Hostin asked Curtis, who jumped at the change to regurgitate queer theory.

“It lives in my house, I have de-gendered it,” the actress proudly declared. “I have a trans daughter, and there is no genitalia on it, so it lives in my office. And I put a googly eye, for the homage to Everything, Everywhere, All at Once and I put a they-them button to just make sure anyone coming in understood.”

Hostin was quick to reaffirm the lunacy Curtis was spewing, “Well the Oscar is they-them, yeah.”

Suffice it to say that Everything, Everywhere, All at Once is a woke film.

John Devore, a media reporter for Decider, wrote: “Everything Everywhere All At Once is 100% woke because it’s the genre-bending story of a middle-aged, working-class Asian immigrant with a beta-male husband and a daughter who is a lesbian.”

The movie was nominated for 11 Oscars and took home seven of the famed golden statues — which are inanimate objects and therefore have no gender — including best film, best director, and three of the four acting Oscars.

Curtis revealed in a March 2023 media appearance that she’s exploiting her first and only Oscar to advance gender dysphoria.

“Here they are! In support of my daughter Ruby, I’m having them be a they/them,” Curtis said, according to Fox News. “They are doing great, and they’re settling in.”

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