Elis­a­beth Moss de­fends Scien­tol­ogy

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Elis­a­beth Moss, star of “The Hand­maid’s Tale,” is a Scien­tol­o­gist. She rarely talks about it — but re­cently she de­fended her re­li­gion of choice via In­sta­gram. Mmkay!

A user who chose the moniker moely­banks wrote ask­ing whether or not “The Hand­maid’s Tale” makes Moss think twice about Scien­tol­ogy. Be­cause, they wrote, “both Gilead and Scien­tol­ogy both be­lieve that all out­side sources [aka news] are wrong or evil.”

Ob­vi­ously, though, Moss dis­agreed.

“That’s ac­tu­ally not true at all about Scien­tol­ogy,” Moss replied, very po­litely. “Reli­gious free­dom and tol­er­ance and un­der­stand­ing the truth and equal rights for ev­ery race, re­li­gion and creed are ex­tremely im­por­tant to me,” she wrote, although an “LOL, ac­tu­ally” likely would have suf­ficed. “The most im­por­tant things to me prob­a­bly. And so Gilead and THT hit me on a very per­sonal level.” So po­lite! Also, such a non-answer. Oh well. We’ll al­ways have hot Max Minghella and his por­trayal of Nick.

My vote? Girl, I guess.

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