Inventor of the color red Taylor Swift was recently interviewed for Vanity Fair and she was, of course, asked about how people can’t stop talking about who she’s dating. I think it’s annoying, too. She’s 22, gorgeous, successful—if she weren’t dating people, the gossip rags would instead print bullshit about how she's a lonely spinster. Or if she were in a long-term relationship, they'd claim she's too young to settle down. When it comes to what she does with her personal life, she can't win, and I'm sure that fucking sucks.
But instead of taking it in stride (unfortunately being the butt of jokes is part of the job of being a mega-superstar), Swift addressed the comments Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made at the Golden Globes (about how Swift should or shouldn't date Michael J. Fox's son after having just broken up with rumored boyfriend Harry "One Direction" Styles) by saying:
You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people, because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved, that said, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.
I agree! I mean, if Hell existed I would agree. But yes, the sentiment is true. Women who go out of their way to be against other women are lame. And I'd totally be on Team Taylor here, if only she hasn't built a career on singing about how awful women are. Swift's catalog is filled with tales about women who are standing in the way of her and her dreams. They're keeping her from her perfect man or otherwise threatening her happiness.