Angela Lansbury blames women for sexual harassment

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Angela Lansbury blames women for sexual harassment

(PAGE SIX) – Legendary actress Angela Lansbury said Monday that women are partly to blame ​for being subjected to sexual harassment.

The 92-year-old “Murder, She Wrote” star insisted that ​women who go “out of their way to make themselves attractive” must take some responsibility when men prey on them, in an interview with Britain’s Radio Times.

“We must sometimes take blame, women,” Lansbury said.

“We have to own up to the fact that women, since time immemorial, have gone out of their way to make themselves attractive.”

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  1. According to Lansbury, ‘women are partly to blame for being subjected to sexual harassment’ because they “go out of their way to make themselves attractive”. So when the likes of Rhianna, Beyoncé, Madonna, “go out of their way to make themselves attractive” we can infer, “they are partly to blame for being subjected to sexual harassment. Nah that doesn’t sound credible! Certain women without power, privileges, or social acceptance who “go out of their way to make themselves attractive” according to Lansbury are culpable for the harassment they are subjected because they do not play safe as ‘plain Jane’!

    At 92 years, Lansbury is at the time of life where death is beckoning, memories are short and nostalgia is realism. She is also from an era where women of her ilk were prime, proper and understated as well as protected by class privileges, so, how could she possibly fathom what sexual harassment entails! It is a damn pity that this is the sum of her contribution to womankind!

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  2. yes but that still does not give someone the right to do it. so basically what you saying is if a woman makes herself beautiful thats the basis on which she has to be harassed? i mean if you talking about the women that like to wear short clothes with all their ass out and dress rather vulgar i can understand but if a woman just simply makes her self look good minus the vulgarity then i dont think so

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    • ok, point taken. But when is to much, to much. When does a skirt become to short, or a shirt to tight. Or the words on her chest becoming to inviting?
      It is my belief that women and men are to blame. Some women tolerate and encourage "bad behavior"

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