Rachel Hollis’s Problem Isn’t Privilege, It’s An Anti-Christian Gospel

Here is the biggest problem with Rachel Hollis: Her entire brand, from her self-help books emphasizing self-care and self-love, to her merchandise, to her videos, to her public speeches, is built on self-congratulatory screeds with the message “you control your life” mingled with a Joel Osteen-eque prosperity gospel. “I absolutely refuse to watch you wallow,” Hollis writes at the beginning of “Girl, Wash Your Face.” “I want to shout at the top of my lungs until you know this one great truth: you are in control of your own life.”

(Kylie Zemple – The Federalist)  Self-help author, self-described media mogul, and self-proclaimed Christian Rachel Hollis is in a bit of a PR mess this week after wading into some bad social media optics and then doubling down, but contrary to what the race-baiters and even Hollis herself think, racial insensitivity isn’t her biggest problem.

Things went south when the New York Times stepped in to smear her as a privileged racist and say, “Girl, Wash Your Timeline,” a twist on the title of Hollis’s best-selling book “Girl, Wash Your Face.” Specifically, the Times highlighted a TikTok the 38-year-old writer had posted. In the video, Hollis conveyed how, in a recent live stream, she had mentioned her housekeeper who comes twice a week and “cleans the toilets,” which resulted in one commenter saying Hollis was “unrelatable” and “privileged AF.” View article →


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