I suggest writing a kind and reasonable letter to the offending artist directly.
After first praising their talent, beauty, philanthrophy, or whatever you can find to praise, tell them, without name-calling or any kind of rudeness, that you find something they are doing hurtful, and tell them why.
ALWAYS close your letter by telling them that you are praying for them regularly.
There’s a good chance that your letter will end up in a slush-pile and get read by some intern who will mail you a form letter explaining how you can buy a product with the artist’s picture and autograph.
But there’s also a possibility that the artist WILL see your letter, and you just never know where they are in their spiritual life.
We have to remember that these people are real people, and they are in a very rough place. Those of us who have nothing to do with the entertainment and arts fields tend to glamorize these people and their lifestyles.
But many of them are walking wounded, spiritually very ill, and often sad, depressed, and lonely.
Perhaps your kind letter will touch them and they will turn to God.
I KNOW that they will appreciate your prayers. Many people in the arts are superstitious and always trying to develop their spirituality. They like it when someone is praying for them.
My daughter is a professional stage manager. A few years ago, she was working with a Broadway director who has been involved with shows that every one of you would recognize. It turns out that this man was very touched when he learned that she was praying for him and all the actors in the show.
And just this week, she said that her director was quizzing her about her conversion to Catholicism and her opinion of the HHS directive. She answered him by saying, “That’s a very long discussion that we should have over coffee sometime, but not here at work.”
And he appreciated her answer, because it wasn’t rude, and she didn’t try to prosletyze him. I’m sure they’ll have that coffee eventually.
My point is that these people appreciate a kind word just like anyone else. Give it a try.