CBS correspondent Lee Cowan requested Sharon Stone Sunday if she’d ever been put in an “uncomfortable” place throughout her time in Hollywood.
At first, all of the actress might do was chuckle.
“You’re laughing, however I don’t know if that’s a nervous chuckle, or an ‘are-you-kidding-me-of-course-I-was’ chuckle?” Cowan requested in the course of the interview on “CBS Sunday Morning.”
Stone informed him she’d “seen all of it” all through her profession.
“I’ve been on this enterprise for 40 years, Lee. Are you able to think about the enterprise I stepped into 40 years in the past?” she stated. “Wanting like I look? From nowhere Pennsylvania?”
“I didn’t come right here with any safety. I’ve seen all of it.”
Stone is likely one of the dozens of ladies in Hollywood who’ve spoken up about their very own experiences with sexual assault and harassment within the wake of the allegations in opposition to highly effective business figures like Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Matt Lauer and director James Toback.
Stone, together with many different actresses and actors, just lately wore all black to the Golden Globes to protest harassment in Hollywood.
In her interview with CBS, Stone stated that occasions are altering. Increasingly more girls are “empowered” to easily be themselves.
“We had been raised to accommodate males, significantly in my technology,” she stated. “And girls so usually lose their very own establish to the identification of the lads that they’re with. They even change the way in which they costume and what they do to suit the lads that they’re with.”
“We’re beginning to acknowledge our personal items as girls and never assume that we now have to behave as males as a way to be empowered or highly effective or priceless,” Stone added.
Head to CBS for the remainder of Stone’s interview.