Elizabeth Moss received many praises for her image of June in a fairy tale . However, some admirers who know that they are a Scientist in real life criticized her and compared her with the real organization of Gilead. Here are some reasons why and what Mos had to say in reply:
Scientology is accused of breaking the family members of the members
In the story of the maids there is an authoritarian regime called Gilead. Women under her are raped to have children for privileged couples who can not have them. After birth, they are usually detached from their children and moved to another family to have it happen again. Religion also plays a major role in the adileadi
. In the episode Leah Remini: Scientology and Consequences, Former Sainologist Speaker Mike Rinder spoke about the attitude of the Maritime Organization to the seven.
but is not considered important, "he said. "If you are married, you are not married if you have children, if you do not do this, if your parents are dead, if they are alive, then all this is completely unrelated to what you are doing in your maritime organization? Do you do most good and absolutely nothing else? "
Former Scientologist Mimi Faust said that he was expelled from the hostel in which she lived with her mother for refusing to sign a billion-dollar contract with Sea Org. Her mother remained in the organization
In another episode, former member of Clare Headley claimed that members of the Sea Org are offered to have no children, and if they are pregnant, they can be scheduled for abortion, according to USA Today. . If someone abandoned the abortion, Hadley argued that they allegedly would be separated and assigned to manual labor.
Elizabeth Moss said she could speak only with her personal experiences and beliefs
The Star of a Slave Tale is a Scientologist and she was asked about a comparison with Gaïyad to Scientology through an affirmation.
"Listen, this is a complicated thing, because things that I believe in, I can only talk about your personal experiences and personal beliefs," said Elizabeth Moss, The Daily Beast. "One of the things I believe is freedom of speech. I believe that we, as people, should be able to criticize things. I believe in freedom of the press. I believe that people can express their own opinion. "
She said: "At the same time, I have to hope that people will enlighten themselves and form their own opinions, like me. What I believe personally for me "The Tale of the Rabbi" and the ability to do what is performing artistically, but also personally performs, I never did not have that. The story of a rabbi is so perfectly consistent with my own convictions in freedom of speech, freedom of religion and speeches on which this country was built. "
Moss said she did not want to talk about her private life in the interview
Although the actress in the lead role in the show, dealing with many real issues related to religion, Moss does not want talk about your own religion in the interview.
to express herself in their work and art, – said Moss. "I do not want to comment on this in the interview. I do not want to talk about not only about religion, but also about personal life – about whom I meet and what. So it's hard for me to unpack it in the sound or the interview, but I'll say that the things that I really believe in is what I mentioned, and I think they are very important. 19659004] She continued: "I think people should be allowed to talk about what they want to say and believe that they want to believe, and you can not pick it up and when you start taking far away when you start to say "you can not think that" you can not believe
Moss said that she disagreed with the founder of the Church of Scientology, the anti-LGBT position of L. Ron Hubbard in his writings. No less, she really did not go further in her personal position.
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