Jamie Lee Curtis has declared that she is using “woke” pronouns to refer to her new Oscars award trophy.
In a confusing disregard for the English language, the Hollywood actress says she is using the plural pronouns “they/them” to refer to the single trophy.
Curtis said she is using the illogical pronouns for her award to honor her 27-year-old son who claims to be a “transgender woman.”
The actress recently won the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her role in “Everything Everywhere All At Once.”
During an appearance on “Today,” Curtis was asked by host Savannah Guthrie if she had named her golden statue.
“I’m in support of my daughter Ruby,” Curtis said about her son.
“I’m having them be a they/them,” Curtis said while getting emotional and seemingly forgetting that she only won one award, per Variety.
“I’m going to just call them ‘them.’
“They/them, and they are doing great, they’re settling in, and I just, in my life, I never saw it in a million years that I’d have this couple days, and I’m very moved by the whole thing.”
Ruby Guest is one of two children Curtis has with her husband, Christopher Guest.
The couple also has a 36-year-old daughter named Annie.
The “Halloween” actress spoke with People in 2021 about Ruby identifying as transgender.
“It’s speaking a new language,” Curtis told the publication at the time.
“It’s learning new terminology and words. I am new at it.
“I am not someone who is pretending to know much about it.
“And I’m going to blow it, I’m going to make mistakes.
“I would like to try to avoid making big mistakes. … You slow your speech down a little.
“You become a little more mindful about what you’re saying.
“How you’re saying it. You still mess up, I’ve messed up today twice. We’re human.”
“But if one person reads this, sees a picture of Ruby and me, and says, ‘I feel free to say this is who I am,’ then it’s worth it,” the actress concluded.
Curtis also said there was “no room for argument” when it came to transgender rights.
On March 5, she shared a screenshot of leftist actor Pedro Pascal’s Instagram post and wrote in the caption, “It is absolutely F***ED witnessing the ongoing normalization of eliminationist transphobia.”
“The right’s war on queer people, most specifically trans people, is both bizarre and abhorrent,” she continued.
“There is no debate to argue here.
“Trans people have been here forever and aren’t going anywhere.
“There is no ideology here. It’s simple.
“Trans rights are human rights.
“Anything stating the contrary is wrong.”
Curtis was at the center of a scandal earlier this year over allegations she was promoting child abuse.
As Slay News reported, she posted a photo that included a piece of artwork featuring a naked child stuffed in a plastic bin full of water.
The piece is called “The Tub” (2003) and is attributed to artist Betsy Schneider.
The actress later deleted the photo and apologized for posting it.
“It’s a picture of a child, taken by her mother, of her playing in their backyard in a tub of water,” she claimed.
“Nothing more, nothing less.
“I took down the post because I didn’t want to keep something up that upset anyone.”