Joey King | empowering shaved head

Joey King | empowering shaved head

“Joey King, who has shaved her head for three acting roles, says every woman should do it once if they get the chance.

“I think it really made me a stronger woman actually,” King told Page Six at the premiere of “The Act” on Thursday. “I think every girl should shave their head if they get the chance to. It’s really empowering. It may not be a popular opinion, but I feel like it made me embrace my womanhood a lot more.”

The 19-year-old actress most recently shaved her head to play the real-life Gypsy Rose Blanchard in the Hulu series. Blanchard was sentenced to 10 years in prison after she orchestrated the murder of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, following years of psychological abuse stemming from Munchausen syndrome by proxy. Her mother made her believe she suffered from leukemia, asthma, muscular dystrophy and many other chronic illnesses.”

[‘The Act’ star Joey King empowered by shaving her head]

[ Reviewed Unto Righteousness Below ]

When women sin by playing God they always feel the lie that they are empowered.

Here is a snip of wisdom for ya Ms. Joey King of The Act.

The only reason it feels empowering to cut all your hair off is that when God gave you life, He instilled a good conscience.

Without this good conscience, a sense of right and wrong, you would not feel the rush of sinful pleasure from rebelling against God’s perfect design. After all, who in their right mind destroys what is beautiful by design? Only a selfish sinner hell-bent on the pleasures of sin feels “empowered” to destroy a thing of glory.

Even nature itself teaches you that wearing long hair is shameful for a man.  But long hair is a woman’s glory. Long hair is given to her as a covering.

(1 Corinthians 11:14-15)

 

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“You will not surely die,” the serpent said to the woman. (Genesis 3:4)

“I think it really made me a stronger woman actually,” King told Page Six at the premiere of “The Act” on Thursday. “I think every girl should shave their head if they get the chance to. It’s really empowering. It may not be a popular opinion, but I feel like it made me embrace my womanhood a lot more.” – Joey King, The Act