Rashida Jones Slams Other Female Stars, Says "Stop Acting Like Whores"

Celebrity News Oct. 21, 2013 AT 2:30PM
Rashida Jones Rashida Jones had some strong criticism on Twitter for her fellow female stars on Oct. 19 Credit: Paul Morigi/WireImage

Rashida Jones thinks celebrities need to keep it in their pants. On Saturday, Oct. 19, the Parks and Recreation actress took to Twitter to voice her displeasure with people -- and, in particular, other famous women -- flashing their private parts (emphasis on private) for all to see.

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"This week's celeb news takeaway: she who comes closest to showing the actual inside of her vagina is most popular," the 37-year-old daughter of music producer Quincy Jones and actress Peggy Lipton wrote, along with a hashtag imploring her fellow stars to "stop acting like whores."

"Let me clarify. I don't shame ANYone for anything they choose to do with their lives or bodies...BUT I think we ALL need to take a look at what we are accepting as 'the norm'..." the Harvard grad explained.

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"There is a whole generation of young women watching. Sure, be SEXY but leave something to the imagination," she continued.

Then, in a sarcastic aside, she quipped: "Also, calling on all men to show me dat ass."

Jones didn't single out any one female celeb in particular, but plenty of stars have made headlines recently for their barely-there (or not-there-at-all) ensembles.

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Miley Cyrus, for example, went completely nude in her "Wrecking Ball" video in September and then again for Future's upcoming "Real & True" video. And Nicki Minaj has posted photos on Instagram of both her thong and her almost-bare, pasties-adorned breasts. Kim Kardashian, too, shared a revealing photo of herself in a skimpy bathing suit, with sideboob galore.

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