Jennifer Aniston is a creeper. How do we know this? Because she cops to it in a recent InStyle profile, where the actress covers everything from the never-ending rumors about her love life to the #MeToo movement.
Aniston doesn’t have any public social media accounts. Not Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. She believes negativity breeds in these online spaces, though the actress “will totally admit that I can dip into Instagram and sort of be a secret voyeur.”
The interviewer—none other than Molly McNearney (Jimmy Kimmel’s wife and co-head writer)—accuses Aniston of being a creeper and the actress did nothing to deny the accusation.
“I’m a creeper,” she told InStyle. “There are times when I’ll look through and think, ‘Oh my god, what a time suck!’ I’ve been with people who spend maybe an hour figuring out this one post, and you’re like, ‘That just took up an hour of your life, and it’s gone in 60 seconds.’
Though she creeps, Aniston doesn’t participate because she believes “iPhones and Snapchat and all this stuff is just fueling narcissism.” She worries what effect the technology has on younger generation, who are “are using filters and all sorts of tools to mask who they really are.”
“It feels like we are losing connection. I think we’re losing conversation,” Aniston told InStyle. “It’s hard enough being a teenager and feeling like you fit in. Now we’re actively creating an environment and a platform for you to tell someone, ‘I like you’ or ‘I don’t like you.’ That seems like an unhealthy formula for already-insecure adolescents. We’re pouring fuel on a fire.”
You can check out more of the actress’ thoughts on our current affairs, and her own, here.