Actress Julia Fox, known for her role in Uncut Gems, wants to start dating women.
In an interview with comedian Ziwe Fumudoh, Fox responded to a question about whether she was currently dating.
“No. Why would I wanna waste my time?”
Fumudoh then asked if she ever thought about dating women.
“I have been thinking about it a lot recently. I do think I have a gay bone and I need to explore that a little bit more. Maybe my ex-boyfriends weren’t wrong when they were calling me a lesbian and complaining that I never wanted to have sex with them.”
“I can find love in all places and all races.”
Fumudoh then asked her favorite races to date. At first Fox said, “not white,” but then decided all men are equally horrible.
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Throughout the entire interview, Fox made it clear that she is done with men.
Fumudoh asked if men should be allowed to have opinions, to which Fox quickly responded, “No.”
“They shouldn’t even be allowed to have penises. It’s just unfair. If I were president, I would just give guns to every woman and not any guns to any men. Because I feel like if they could have a penis, which is a weapon of mass destruction, it can be, I think that women should be allowed to have the same. I think it equals the playing field. I think we wouldn’t get f**ked with so much.”
Fumudoh also asked if she supports women killing men.
“I think that if the man deserves it, yeah why not? Men kill women all the time for no reason.”
Fox’s current hatred for men may stem from the fact that, just this year, she dated Kanye West, who is currently making headlines for his dangerous antisemitic rants. The pair dated for about a month, after which Fox said she dumped West at the “first sign of a red flag.”
The mother of a young son, Fox told Evening Standard in September that she couldn’t risk dealing with West’s “unresolved issues.”
“It just seems like he had a lot to work on, and I just don’t have time for it, or energy,” she said. “I don’t have the bandwidth or emotional capacity for it. I’m proud of myself for that.”
In her interview on Ziwe, Fox agreed with Fumudoh that her relationship with West “hit the reset button” on her career.
“What other utilitarian uses did you get out of this person of color?” Fumudoh asked.
“He got me a lot of clothes,” Fox said, laughing.
“Wow, I wasn’t expecting you to answer that.” Fumudoh replied.