‘The Boys’ Starlight Erin Moriarty Speaks On Misogynistic Trolling By Fans

Erin Moriarty who played the role of Starlight in Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ has drawn attention to the misogynistic trolling she has suffered from fans of the show.

According to the star actress, she feels silenced and dehumanized by the sexu@lly offensive commentary she faced online from fans.

Erin disclosed this on her Instagram page where she shared an article titled “#IStandWithStarlight?: The betrayal of Erin Moriarty by The Boys ‘fans’”

The article called attention to the hate commentary that her character was subjected to and which also transcends to the actress herself.

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In her caption, she wrote, “I do feel silenced. I do feel dehumanized. I do feel paralyzed. I’ve put blood, sweat, and tears into this role (over & over & over again), I’ve grown UP in this character’s shoes.”

The Boys Starlight Erin Moriarty

Moriarty proceeded to thank the original writer of the article @butcherscanary. The writer pointed out that for her character ‘Annie’, Moriarty’s torment does not end when the credits start but continues to impact her real life via the online misogynistic trolling.

“I’ve opened up a vein for this role and this kind of trolling is exactly what this role (Annie) would speak out against and c) everyone’s going through their own battle(s); let’s not add to that,” Moriarty wrote.” I will never intentionally (and ESPECIALLY) publicly add to yours. This has only strengthened my empathy muscle and to anyone who comes at me: I see you, I I don’t hate you, I only empathize and forgive.”

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