On Thursday actress and former Playboy model Pam Anderson caused major controversy when she slammed the Harvey Weinstein victims.
"Were you surprised when you heard all the women coming out about him?" asked Megyn Kelly.
"No," Anderson replied with a laugh. "I think it was common knowledge that certain producers and certain people in Hollywood are people to avoid. Privately. You know what you’re getting into if you go to a hotel room alone."
"Well a lot of the women talk about how they felt — their agent set it up, their agent wouldn’t put them in a dangerous position — this is a famous guy," Megyn Kelly responded.
"Send somebody with them, that's what they should have done," said Anderson. "I just think there’s easy ways to remedy that, that’s not a good excuse."
Anderson went on to discuss how she had chances to advance her career wit her body, but turned down those advances.
"When I came to Hollywood, of course I had a lot of offers to do private auditions and things that made absolutely no sense, just common sense: don't go into a hotel room alone; if someone answers the door in a bathrobe, leave," she said. "You know, common sense."
"Hollywood is very seductive, and people want to be famous," Anderson continued.
The high moment may have been when Pamela Anderson slammed "victimhood feminism":
This exactly what I am saying is a problem with the contemporary “victimhoood feminism”! The people who subscribe to that notion tolerate and actually expect women to talk about the stories of abuse and experiences with creeps.
But they would NOT tolerate a woman with her own opinion. So pathetic.
Pamela Anderson has experienced sexual abuse first hand. From ages 6 to 10 she was molested by a babysitter. At age 12 she was raped by a 25-year-old man. and in the 9th grade she was gang raped by her boyfriend.
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Pam Anderson slams "victimhood feminism"
What do you think about the interview? Did these women use their bodies to advance their career and now they feel bad about it? That is what Anderson believes.