Rose McGowan says “being sexualized” led to career change

12/18/2014 // West Palm Beach, Florida, US // JusticeNewsFlash // Justice News Flash // (press release)

Los Angeles – Actress Rose McGowan recently stated in an interview that being sexualized in Hollywood led her to change the direction of her career. As reported by WebProNews, the former “Charmed” star revealed in an interview with “Flatt” magazine that following a photo shoot with “Rolling Stone” in 2007 she became tired of being viewed as a sex object.

McGowan is quoted as stating during the interview of the experience, “There was a moment, I was on the cover of “Rolling Stone,” with a fake tan and gun belt around me and breasts, they gave me some big bouffant hair and glossy lips, and I just was like, I’ve had it, I have just had it.”

McGowan further stated of her choice to pursue directing, “It was not that I wasn’t meant to be an actress, it was just that I was meant to be in film, and I just was literally cast in the wrong role in life.”

The 41-year-old’s directorial debut “Dawn” recently premiered at the Grand Hotel in Los Angeles.

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