Last night, Elisabeth Moss celebrated her Golden Globe win for Best Actress on stage by giving her own take on a line from Margaret Atwood's novel, which inspired the star's hit show The Handmaid's Tale.
During her speech, Moss thanked Atwood and other women 'who were brave enough to speak out against intolerance and injustice' before modifying the writer's famous words to say:
'We no longer live in the blank white spaces at the edge of print. We no longer live in the gaps between the stories. We are the story in print, and we are writing the story ourselves.'
Despite the 35-year-old's inspiring words on a night largely dedicated to speaking out against the inequality, sexual harassment and abuse women face on a daily basis, the Mad Men star was called out on Twitter by several fans who accused the Scientologist of being a hypocrite to speak out about equality and justice.
The American star is famously reserved when it comes to discussing her religion openly.
Earlier this year, an Instagram follower who goes by the tag @moelybanks asked the actress if working on The Handmaid's Tale made her reconsider her Scieftologist beliefs.
'Both Gilead and Scientology both believe that all outside sources (aka news) are wrong or evil… it's just very interesting,' the fan wrote on one of Moss' posts.
Moss replied: 'That's actually not true at all about Scientology.'
'Religious freedom and tolerance and understanding the truth and equal rights for every race, religion and creed are extremely important to me. The most important things to me probably. And so Gilead and THT hit me on a very personal level. Thanks for the interesting question!'