"I do not really know where to get started on this 'Jennifer Lawrence wearing a revealing dress in the cold" controversy'.
"I mean, it was pretty ridiculous to get angry over something like that".
"I stand in solidarity for Women's rights, Equal pay, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program)", she captioned the picture, in which she's holding a sign that reads: "A woman's place is in the revolution".
Not only is Lawrence showing significantly more flesh, but she is dressed far more formally than the men, who, bundled up in jumpers and jackets look far more casual, making the actress's gown that much more of a sartorial statement.
But the contrast between the exposed actor and her rugged up male colleagues became a topic of discussion on social media, who noted the "quietly depressing" double standard at play. "Not least because I've been outside today and it's bloody FREEZING", she wrote.
Lawrence recently announced she is taking a break from acting to focus on activism.
The 'mother!' actress admitted she has developed an increasing "obsession" with politics since Trump took office.
The film Red Sparrow is based on the 2013 novel by the same name written by former Central Intelligence Agency operative Jason Matthews.
Lawrence said herself that she was "offended" by the controversy that had been built around the dress. And I'd just walked out and gone "thank you Joanna". "And if I want to be cold THATS MY CHOICE TOO!"
It's not feminism because Lawrence says that it's distracting from real feminist issues that are actually important than her not wearing a coat.
The original tweets that pointed out the differences between Lawrence's and her co-stars' outfits mentioned that the photocall revealed the inequalities that already exist between men and women in Hollywood. Nonetheless, I can't appreciate her insane gorgeousness when I so powerfully want to give her a foil blanket'.