In an interview for the Australian version of the 60-minute concert, Pamela Anderson sharply criticized the #metoo movement, saying that feminism could "go too far" …
After the court's witriol signed by Catherine Deneuve and published in the newspaper World in January the time has come Pamela Anderson to cast motion #metoo. Invited this Sunday, November 5 in the series 60 minutes Australia, The actress, who describes herself as an animal activist, activist and feminist, has not chewed her months against what she considers post-business Weinstein drifts.
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"I think this feminism can go too far, He says. I'm a feminist, but I think this third wave of feminism is boring. I think it paralyzes people. This #metoo move is really too big for me. I'm sorry, I will probably be killed for saying this. " she stated that the Canadian actress is currently taking part Dance with the stars on TF1.
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Worse, she gave herself lessons, blaming the victimsHarvey WeinsteinHe thinks those who now accuse the former Hollywood producer of sexual harassment and assault should show "common sense". "My mother taught me that I do not go to a hotel with a stranger, and if someone opens the door in a dressing gown and it's supposed to be a business meeting, maybe I should go with him, I think some things are just common-sense." so said Pamela Anderson.
"Or if you come (in a hotel room), pick up your work. I am a Canadian, I say everything that passes through my mind. I'm sorry, maybe I'm not politically correct. she also added that she is probably trying to play her words that will not stop talking …
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