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On Thursday, Megyn Kelly released her most recent celebrity interview: a sit-down with Baywatch star and infamous Playboy model Pamela Anderson. The wide-ranging interview covered many topics, from Anderson’s sexual abuse as an adolescent to the current

sexual harassment scandal in Hollywood involving producer Harvey Weinstein. Most notably, though, Anderson exposed the major problem with modern feminism, causing vile feminists everywhere to lose their minds. Anderson drew the ire of feminists for her

opinion on the Weinstein harassment scandal when she implied that the women who were victimized by the lecherous producer should have shown more common sense. According to Anderson, the women should have never put themselves in situations that allowed a

known sexual predator to take advantage of them. “Were you surprised when you heard all the women coming out about him?” Kelly asked the actress and former Playboy model. “No,” replied Anderson. “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,” Kelly responded, according to The Daily Wire. “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 explained that over the years she has

had ample opportunity to accept sexual advances from Hollywood executives in exchange for boosts to her career, but she turned them all down. “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.” Anderson’s comments sent feminists reeling, but she is refusing to back down. In a letter to TMZ, she explained why she will not apologize for suggesting that women should make better choices and not put themselves in situations where they will most certainly be asked to trade sexual favors for career perks. “I think this narrative of ‘victim blaming’ and ‘lack of solidarity’ is trying to coerce me (and others) into consensus on something that should be debated and discussed broadly,” wrote Anderson. “I did not say that women deserved being abused or that the pigs like Weinstein were not to be punished. Quite an opposite, I said myself that Weinstein is a sexist pig and a bully,” she added “So this is not victim blaming but looking at the issue from the angle of women being aware of certain problems and how to spot them and fight them,” Anderson went on. “It is totally hypocritical to ignore this,” she wrote. “And it is not helping anyone to ignore the realities in the society we live in. The causes of the problem and solutions are complex and women who do not live in the utopian bubble must be aware of what is going on. And that is what I have highlighted.” “I do NOT wish [to apologize] for what I said,” Anderson stated emphatically. “And will not get coerced into [an] apology.” “This exactly what I am saying is a problem with the contemporary ‘victimhood feminism’!” she concluded. “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 is exactly right when it comes to the perils of modern feminism. Share this story if you agree with her opinion!