“I feel like so many women in this business don’t speak truthfully about what they put in their body. They’re, like, ‘I eat pizza all the time and I don’t work out!’ It’s, like, no. You’re a twig. You’ve got an eating disorder and you’re not talking about it. For me, I got to a point where I was, like, wait a second. I care more about the size of someone’s brain than the size of their ass. So why should I care if someone is looking at me and judging the size of my bum over my brain? If you work hard enough and you’re not a jerk, people will hire you for your talent over the fact that you’re super skinny. Because there are moments when you need to step up and be, like, ‘Embrace your reality, dude. You got to this place; now you need to start acting like it or people will walk all over you.’”
These little wars are no more than a scuffle of children before what is to come … soon comes the cold, and the night that never ends — unless true men find the courage to fight it. Men whose hearts are fire.