Sharon Stone Bursts Out Laughing When Asked If She's Been Sexually Harassed


Sharon Stone said women have been "raised to accommodate men".

Sharon Stone caught CBS Sunday Morning's Lee Cowan off guard when he asked Stone about her own experience with sexual harassment in Hollywood.

In the same segment, the twice-divorced actress said "real" relationships are "pretty hard to come by", but she'd rather be alone than lose her identity. Stone kindly went on to give Cowan a little lesson in common sense.

"I've been in this business for forty years, Lee".

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'Can you imagine the business I stepped into 40 years ago? "I didn't come here with any protection". "I started to see and be met by some of my friends ... people who were very, very dear to me [who had died]". But her thoughts also remind us that women have been subjugated for far too long, and that the Time's Up movement is a much-needed shift.

In one instance Stone has been public about, she was allegedly tricked into flashing her vagina in that famous "Basic Instinct" interrogation scene.

Now, she says, "We're starting to acknowledge our own gifts as women and not think that we have to behave as men in order to be empowered or powerful or valuable".

Stone has been away from the limelight, since 2001, owing to a brain hemorrhage that threatened her life.

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"Yes, everything, everything. My whole life was wiped out", she recalled about relearning the basics of life, adding, "Others aren't that interested in a broken person".

After suffering several miscarriages because of a battle with autoimmune disease, Stone is now a single mother to three adopted sons, Quinn Kelly, 10, Laird Vonne, 12, and Roan Joseph, 17.

Cowan had asked the question after Stone praised the women who wore black to the Golden Globes in protest of the industry's historical neglect toward victims of sexual misconduct.

Stone has been married twice, to producer Michael Greenburg for six years and to journalist Phil Bronstein, also for six years.

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