In a perplexing interview, Lindsay Lohan slammed the #MeToo movement ... and said that coming forward with allegations of sexual abuse makes the accusers "look weak."
"I think by women speaking against all these things, it makes them look weak," Lindsay said. "When they are very strong women."
As if that weren't bad enough, she then went on to imply that maybe some of the young women shared harrowing stories of sexual harassment, abuse, and even rape were just in it for, you guessed it, "attention."
While that has been debunked time and time again, a lot of people were outraged and horrified.
We can only guess that they had forgotten that Lindsay had supported Harvey Weinstein, of all people, and encouraged his wife to stand by him.
Aisha Tyler, like so many others, took to social media to slam Lindsay.
When Aisha announced that Lindsay is canceled, it prompted a lot of discussion. Take a look:
Aisha Tyler said what many were thinking
Aisha received a lot of thoughtful responses. And also a lot of less thoughtful replies.
A classic internet burn
This is obviously a joke, poking fun at the fact that Lindsay hasn't really been culturally relevant for about a decade.
Survivors spoke up
This tweet is absolutely right -- speaking up takes a tremendous amount of strength.
Others chimed in with support
Speaking truth to power is a brave act.
As the young people say: we been knew
In other words, Lindsay Lohan was canceled a long time ago, in this person's eyes.
Others were more sympathetic
A lot of people believe that Lindsay Lohan was just saying in the interview what she tells herself about her own life.
Some people were just confused over the terminology
Not everyone spends a lot of time on the internet, as hard as that can be to understand.
Others think that this is SO unfair to Lindsay
Female solidarity isn't the same thing as blindly supporting the actions and words of every woman on the planet. Nice try, though.
Is Lindsay just being a drama queen?
Some people rushed out of the woodwork to defend Lindsay Lohan. Or maybe to bash #MeToo. It's difficult to tell where one ends and the other begins with a few of these folks.
This person gets it
Your tweet doesn't have to be the best written to make a good point.
This person is right, though. Countless people have never shared their #metoo stories because they're justifiably afraid.
Lindsay is to be pitied
There are a lot of social factors that urge women to stay silent. It's sad.
Is there a method to her madness?
A few people believe that Lindsay Lohan stirred up this controversy as a ploy to somehow become relevant again.
Others just think she's a hypocrite
Kind of weird when one of the most attention-seeking people of the century is deciding that others are sharing traumatic stories for the drama.
This is a fair question
If everyone followed Lindsay's advice, how would anyone ever be brought to justice? For that matter, how would fans know that one of their favorite actors or directors is actually a sex monster?
This is a very good tweet
A lot of people -- including women -- felt this way prior to the #MeToo movement. But this welcome cultural shift clearly hasn't caught on with everyone.
Some people were disappointed
To be clear, Lindsay has been saying things during those two years. But, as we mentioned, some of those things were also bad.
Another believes that this is her denial talking
The idea of a "poisonous mantra" makes a certain type of sense. That is soul-crushing if true.
Naturally, people poked fun at her personal history
Honestly ... substance abuse is often a(n unhealthy) coping mechanism as people try to process traumas. That doesn't always mean sexual abuse, but there are lots of ways to ruin a childhood.
Some people hold onto their pain for longer than others
That panda .gif is just super cute, though.
Being a child actor is not as fun as it sounds
Especially, some would say, if your last name is Lohan
This tweet is totally unfair
That relevance lingered for a few years AFTER Mean Girls, one of the best films in history, came out
Again, some think that this is a strategy
We're not convinced that Lindsay is saying this as part of an elaborate machination
But this is the conspiracy theory
Some people could and would do something like this. But ... Lindsay?
Was this the final nail in the coffin of Lindsay's career?
As others have said in tweets, many believe that her career was buried long ago