Shot Fired! Neil Patrick Harris Calls James Woods “Ignorant” And “Classless” Over LGBT Comment

by Sierra Marlee | July 13, 2017 4:46 pm

Two Hollywood hot-shots are going at it after actor James Woods made a tweet about a “gender creative” family and implied that the kid in the picture would grow up to dismember his family.

Neil Patrick Harris – openly gay actor – thought that Woods went a little far in his statement and called him “ignorant,” “classless” and said that Woods should be ashamed of himself.


So, James Woods is known for saying some controversial things on Twitter. He’s often the target of SJWs and feminists who don’t have anything better to do than complain about the things he posts.

This time, however, he did say something that had a lot of people raising their eyebrows.

He posted a photo of a couple and their son, holding LGBT-confirming signs that read “I heart my gender creative son!” and “My son wears dresses & makeup… Get over it!”

The action that accompanies the photo reads: “This is sweet. Wait until this poor kid grows up, realizes what you’ve done, and stuffs both of you dismembered into a freezer in the garage.”

Harris didn’t appreciate the comment and fired back.

“Utterly ignorant and classless, Mr. Woods,” Harris tweeted. “I’m friends with this family. You know not of what you speak, and should be ashamed of yourself.”

The mother in the photo, Lori Duron, told People[6] that she was troubled by the image that Woods described in his tweet.

“The fact that it was so detailed, it’s really gross to me any time that adults talk about children that way, and the visual image that he evoked was troubling.”

Woods didn’t back down, however, and took back to social media to defend his point of view.

Do you think that maybe Woods went a little bit far, or do you think he’s correct that the child shouldn’t be paraded around by the parents in the hopes of winning political points?

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