Sharon Stone opens up about sexists comments she suffered in movie set

Sharon Stone opens up about sexists comments she suffered in movie set

The hollywood actress addresses the abuse she suffered in the industry, check it out!

Sharon Stone is being a complete open book in her new memoir The Beauty of Living Twice, now Vanity Fair magazine is showing an excerpt on the publication, in which the actress tells the different kinds of abuse she suffered while working in the movie industry, mainly only because she was a woman.

One of the confessions Stone makes, is that she was aaproached multiple times by different hollywood producers and being suggested to have sex with her costars, writing:

"I've had other producers on other films just come to my trailer and ask, 'So, are you going to fuck him, or aren't you? … You know it would go better if you did. Sex, not just sexuality onscreen, has long been expected in my business."

She also went on to talk about how she was tricked into taking her underwear off for the movie Basic Instinct, where she was told that her genital area was not going to be visible: 

"That was how I saw my vagina-shot for the first time, long after I'd been told, 'We can't see anything—I just need you to remove your panties, as the white is reflecting the light, so we know you have panties on."

In the end she said that she allowed the scene on the movie because she thought it was good for the character and for the film. 

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