Pamela Anderson Slams Feminism As A 'Bore' - Says #MeToo Is 'A Bit Too Much'

Pamela Anderson Slams Feminism As A 'Bore' - Says #MeToo Is 'A Bit Too Much'
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It turns out that Pamela Anderson would rather not get involved in the feminist revolution that has been making waves lately. Here’s why she has no interest in being part of the movement.

During an interview for 60 Minutes with Liam Bartlett today, the star opened up about her thoughts on the #MeToo movement and ‘third wave feminism.’

The 51-year-old actress explained that: ‘I think that this feminism can go too far. I am a feminist, but I think that this third-wave feminism is a bore. I think it paralyzes men.’

Furthermore, Anderson thinks the #MeToo movement has gone too far!

‘I think that this #MeToo movement's a bit too much for me. I am sorry, I will probably get killed for saying that... but my mother taught me, do not go to a hotel with a stranger,’ she told the host.

Interestingly enough, Pamela Anderson is not the first woman in the industry to share such an opinion.

Back in August, none other than Lindsay Lohan argued a similar thing.

During her interview with The Times of London at the time, Lohan slammed ‘attention-seekers’ who have been ‘manipulating’ the movement for their own gain.

She also brought up the flawed argument that victims should report the misconduct immediately after it happens.

‘If it happens in that moment, you discuss it in that moment. You make it thing by making it a police report. I am going to really hate myself for saying this, but I believe that by women speaking against these things, it just makes them look weak when they're very strong women,’ Lindsay said.

The controversial star received a lot of backlash for her dismissive views of the movement and was forced to apologize.

It looks like we’ll just have to wait and see if the same thing happens to Anderson or not!

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