Rose McGowan Slams Caitlyn Jenner in Open Letter: 'You Don't Understand What Being a Woman Is About'

by Elizabeth VanMetre 7:10 AM PST, November 17, 2015
Playing Rose McGowan Slams Caitlyn Jenner in Open Letter: 'You Don't Understand What Being a Woman Is About'

Rose McGowan was less than impressed by Caitlyn Jenner’s comments at Glamour's Woman of the Year Awards earlier this month

The Charmed actress took to Facebook Monday to slam the reality star for her interview with Buzzfeed,where she stating that, the "hardest part about being a woman is figuring out what to wear."

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"Caitlyn Jenner you do not understand what being a woman is about at all. You want to be a woman and stand with us- well learn us. We are more than deciding what to wear. We are more than the stereotypes foisted upon us by people like you. You're a woman now? Well f**king learn that we have had a VERY different experience than your life of male privilege," McGowan, 42, wrote.

"Woman of the year? No, not until you wake up and join the fight,” she continued. “Being a woman comes with a lot of baggage. The weight of unequal history. You'd do well to learn it. You'd do well to wake up. Woman of the year? Not by a long f**king shot."

The star then posted a series of graphic memes with quotes from Jenner, 66, including a woman being raped, a woman giving birth and a woman being followed at night. She even went as far as to share a meme of Nicole Brown Simpson (Jenner’s ex-wife, Kris Jenner’s, best friend) covered in bruises.

The comments and memes have since been deleted.

McGowan isn’t the only one who doesn’t seem to be a fan of the I Am Cait star.

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The husband of a former Woman of the Year winner, whose wife was awarded the honor in 2011 after she helped people evacuate from the World Trade Center during 9/11, returned the trophy after hearing that Jenner would also be receiving the honor.

"After discussing this slap in the face to the memory of our Hero with my family, I have decided to return Moira's award to Glamour Magazine," he wrote in an open letter to Glamour Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive. To see how the magazine responded to the message, check out the video below.