Julie Delpy Shocked To Discover The Existence Of Black Women

Julie Delpy

Feminism is for my kind only.

“Are you trying to tell me that black people can be men and women?” said Julie Delpy as she finally recognized the existence of black women after years of, in her words, living in a completely different world.

“I thought black people were only men and that black women were mythical beings,” said the French actress as she apologized for her stupid remarks about the ongoing Oscars controversy.

“I might’ve seen a black woman sometime before,” said the French actress, “But I didn’t pay much attention as I was so busy being a feminist to notice.”

Delpy then confessed to never having heard of key black feminists like Audre Lorde, bell hooks, Zora Neale Hurston or Sojourner Truth but she says she read many classic feminist texts while growing up in France and none of those women were ever mentioned so they’re probably not that important.

To make up for her stupid and offensive words Delpy offered to help teach black women about feminism as she would like to welcome them to the sisterhood for the first time.

Also, after quickly doing some Internet research on the lives of black women through the centuries, Delpy decided she wouldn’t like to be an African American after all and will concentrate on continuing to be a blond French white woman instead.