Sharon Stone supports Kevin Spacey, opposes men asking before kissing her

Sharon Stone described himself as having been “completely destroyed” in a interview with Hollywood Reporter was announced on Tuesday. Stone also doubled down on her defense. Kevin Spacey—the subject of several allegations of sexual misconduct, which he has denied—and shares some of her thoughts on gender, the definition of rape, and Harvey Weinstein for good measure.

Spacey shared last month that he “millions” in debt amid litigation. In May, Stone made statement in support of Spacey in Telephone follow documentary premiere about the allegations.

“I can’t wait to see Kevin back at work,” she said in May. “He’s a genius. He’s so gracious and so funny, so incredibly generous, and he knows more about our profession than most of us.” She also said his accusers had “ulterior motives.”

Spacey has been found not guilty at a British court in 2023, and in 2022 was found not liable in civil proceedings brought by actor Anthony Rapp. Another British outfit in progress.

Stone still supports Spacey in new interview and blamed homophobia for Spacey’s shunning, insisting that “that’s why he’s not allowed to come back. Because he insulted men.”

“People are angry with me because [supporting Spacey]”, she said. “I said that after being in therapy for seven years, not allowed to work, lost homelost everything, he should be allowed back. He contacted everyone he offended and said he was sorry. Kevin grabbed people’s genitals. Lots of people. But no one [has publicly said] he raped them or forced them into a sexual encounter. But there is a lot of hate for him because in his case it was a male-male relationship. That is why he is not allowed to come back. Because he insulted men. But can I tell you how many men have grabbed my genitals in my entire life? A lot more than Kevin Spacey has grabbed men’s genitals. And none of them have ever apologized to me.

Stone also made more general points about gender identity, including saying, “I think men are men and women are women. And I think that’s what we should want. I think we should want men to flirt with us. Now, today, there are some women who don’t like some things that I still like. For example, I don’t want a man to ask me if he can kiss me, I really don’t. I want him to just grab me and kiss me.”

Not just any man, she explained, but several men.

“If I don’t want to, I want to say, ‘No, thank you,’ and let it stop. But if he’s the right guy and he throws me against the wall and kisses me—yes, please, with that. I really miss the passion. I really miss the sexual expression. I find the whole thing very suffocating. Also, we really need to draw a line between misdemeanors and felony offenses. That needs to happen. There’s a difference between a slap on the ass and rape. They’re not the same thing.”

Stone also said she stepped down from her role as AmFAR’s celebrity ambassador in 2015 in part because it required her to interact with Harvey Weinstein, someone who has recently seen one The rape conviction against him was overturned. in New York court.

“He didn’t sexually assault me, but he was physically assaulting me,” she said. “Like, he would throw me across the room, he would grab me. When I was bidding for AmFAR, he would come on stage and put his arms around my neck, then grab the microphone and try to change the bid. Dealing with him took a lot of patience.”


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