When it comes to politics actress Charlize Theron is typical of Hollywood actors who suffer greatly from white guilt (i.e. white privilege) as they make millions from doing relatively easy labor. As her white guilt encompasses her, Theron pacify's it by being an openly liberal activist which means joining "women's rights" organizations, being an active member of PETA, playing gay roles, marching in pro-choice rallies, supporting radically leftist politicians like Barack Obama and of course, being an open supporter of "marriage equality". In fact, Theron was so adamant that gays in the U.S. be allowed to "marry" that she once famously declared that she wouldn't marry then-boyfriend Stuart Townsend until they do. And for her "BOLD!!!" stance, Theron was quickly given praise by the liberal press, not to mention a spot in the top hierarchy of the the rich, white, Hollywood, liberal elite that Barack Obama finds so endearing.
But apparently Theron wasn't done there as she's now taken on a role only a few have dared to go: getting with the latest Hollywood trend of white actresses adopting a black kid and then crying about it on TV. Forget that Theron is now single and will be a mother for the first time, it'll be another black kid being lucky enough to be picked and saved from the "evil" white man's world by a far-left liberal actress with no morals, but plenty of money and nannies to spare:
Charlize Theron has joined the Hollywood mom's club!RELATED: Hollywood family values
The actress, 36, "has adopted a child," her rep says in a statement to PEOPLE. "She is the proud mom of a healthy baby boy named Jackson."
Jackson is the first child for the South African-born Theron, who recently starred in Young Adult. She won an Oscar for her role as a serial killer in 2003's Monster.
No further details about her new addition were released.
Though Theron is surely thrilled about expanding her family, she has previously spoken out about not feeling the need to tie the knot. Marriage, she said last year, was "never something that was important [to me]."