Sharon Stone is visiting Israel on the occasion of International Women's day, and she really had some very very deep thoughts that had to be expressed. For instance:
"The most wonderful thing that has happened is that women found freedom, but what do we do with it?" she said. "Are we women in our freedom? We didn't ask for freedom to become men, but to aid them with our feminine instinct."
"I don't want to be a man," she said. "Equal for me is distinctly separate. I want us to be in a partnership, not dominating one another. We were meant to be a team. That was the plan from the beginning. We don't need to both be men in the room. But we both need to be in the room."
Women found freedom? Ya, they went out for a walk and stumbled on freedom lying there in the middle of the street, crying "please take me home, take me home." Oh, gosh, what to do with it? Have no room for it. We hardly have any closet space left. Won't be able to fit it in. And those bad feminists want to turn us into men because, you know, that is what feminism is all about. .
Bad, bad feminists. Deep, deep, Sharon.