Our friends at Smell The Truth have good taste, that is why we like them. Their five favorite ladies that like weed could not be a finer group!
We should have seen it coming. For years, loving images of beautiful women smoking weed has permeated mass media through television, film, magazines, and beyond. Is it any wonder that our generation is the first to consider the large-scale legalization of marijuana, not just for those suffering, but for all? Let’s pay a tribute today to some of the women who’ve helped bring the culture to life – and a few who are pushing it forward in some new and astounding ways.
For years, weed use has been a very male-dominated experience for the rap and hip-hop industry, but Rihanna’s got hold on a new and very female perspective. From talking about it personally to proclaiming her love on stage and in merchandising, Rihanna is well on her way to make marijuana a new brand for a new breed of African-American female performers. Who wouldn’t want to see that grow?
Ms. Stewart came out – and came through – a gross scandal about her pot indulgences early on in her career. She’s a model for how to properly handle these situations; when the media tries to paint stoners as irresponsible delinquents, simply embrace the freedom of a uniquely new, creative, and laid-back persona and let the rest of the world marvel.And, we most certainly do!
The rapper, together with husband Khalifa, are part of a new generation of parents pushing for a cannabis-positive home. Beautiful, pot-smoking parents creating beautiful, tolerant children lends new hope for the future – and a new world chock full of marijuana and sexiness. Think of it as our gift to the next generation.
Though her work in mainstream film might not hint at it, Ms. Dunst’s views on marijuana use are decidedly radical, and thankfully outspoken:“I have a different outlook on marijuana than America does. My best friend Sasha’s dad was Carl Sagan, the astronomer. He was the biggest pot smoker in the world and he was a genius.”As a personal aside, anyone who can push the argument that our present view of the universe has been modeled by marijuana could trump the efforts of every anti-legalization lobbyist in the nation!
The “That 70s Show” star holds a lot of responsibility for promoting the image of knock-down gorgeous girl and her weed. The show represented a time and a place where being stoned could not be avoided, we’ve got to give our props to Ms. Kunis for helping bridge the gap between that history – and where we find our nation today.