Jane Fonda Had Plastic Surgery To ‘Look Right’ And ‘Be Loved’
Veteran actor Jane Fonda, says that she underwent plastic surgery because she believes if one doesn’t look good they are not going to be loved. The actor who was part of the 2015 comedy-drama Youth has always been vocal about her facelift procedures and breast implants admitted she went under the knife because of her insecurities.
Reflecting on her life 82-year-old Fonda told The Guardian, “Well, no matter what I do, I’m stuck with this (idea): if you don’t look right, you’re not going to be loved. So I always wanted to try to look right. I think when you’re poor you cut yourself, and when you’re rich you have plastic surgery.”
Fonda, who has been previously married to several people, filmmaker Roger Vadim (1965-1973), activist and politician Tom Hayden (1973-1990) and billionaire Ted Turner (1991-2001), revealed that she is now happy being on her own.
What You Should Know
- Jane Fonda disclosed that she is stuck with the idea “If you don’t look right. You’re not going to be loved.”
- Fonda believes that she is stronger than any of the men she has been in a relationship with.
- Fonda is an environmental activist.
Fonda said, “Whenever I’ve been with men who are not strong I’ve had a really hard time. I’m now five years older than my dad was when he died and I’ve realised that I am, in fact, stronger than he was. I’m stronger than all the men that I’ve been married to.”
Jane Fonda And Her Activism
Fonda is also an activist and has voiced her opinion on environmental issues for long. She has been arrested at various instances last of which was in December 2019 and the first of which was in 1970. The Guardian quoted her saying, “The fear part – I don’t know why this is true, but I am very rarely afraid. I’ve been in all kinds of situations: I’ve been shot at, I’ve had bombs dropped on me; but I tend not to be afraid. Maybe emotional intimacy scares me. That’s where my fear lives.”
The activist is also an author and has various books to her credit. Her recent one is called What Can I Do? The Truth About Climate Change And How To Fix It, a how-to guide and memoir.
Learning from Younger people
Jane also told The Guardian that she is eagerly learning from a new generation of activists. She added that the most exciting thing in the world is to keep learning. Appreciating the enthusiasm of the young generation she said that young people are “good at knowing what to do and not to do, what to say and what not to say, and they provide tremendous insight.”
Sometime back the 82-year-old Jane Fonda was in news for sporting a grey pixie cut at the 92nd Academy Awards.
Sanskriti Tiwari is an intern with SheThePeople.TV