Jennifer Aniston Destructive? If you listen to Bill Oâ€™Reilly, Aniston â€“ best known for her role in the 90â€™s sitcom Friends â€“ is destructive to society. Itâ€™s hard to believe that the soft spoken 40 plus beauty that just recently launched her new fragrance line is dubbed such a harsh word by the news show host.
So what is it about â€œRachelâ€ that makes her enter Billâ€™s â€œNo Spin Zoneâ€? Itâ€™s her discussion of a role in her new movie â€œSwitchâ€ which is due out next weekend.
The actress, Jennifer Aniston, wants to send an importantÂ message to women, and thatâ€™s that you donâ€™t have to â€œfiddleâ€ with a man in order to have a family.Â She also doesnâ€™t see chosen single motherhood as â€œselfishâ€, instead calling it â€œquite beautiful.â€
Critics say that Anistonâ€™s message could be misconstrued by the teenaged girl who just wants to have a baby becauseâ€¦well, she think thatâ€™s what she wants with her life.Â Although Anistonâ€™s message is geared towards the older, mature career woman whose biological clock is tick-tick-ticking away with no man in sight, sending this message to youth may not be right.
Oâ€™Reilly pretty much says that sending the message that you donâ€™t need a dad is destructive to society.Â You can read aboutÂ his direct comments at the Huffington Post. However what is more destructive â€“ parents that canâ€™t get a long and end up divorced or a stable, loving home with a single parent?