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Stormy Daniels never wanted to become a feminist “hero,” and that didn’t change when she entered the national spotlight.

When Daniels confirmed the leaked story of her alleged affair with President Trump, she only “wanted to set the record straight and not be bullied,” she told The Cut in an interview published Sunday. But now, Daniels, an adult film actress and director, says people think she’s “in charge of saving the world,” and it’s become an “emotionally overwhelming” duty.

Before Daniels’ revelation, she’d pack clubs with “middle-aged white guys [who] are usually Trump fans,” she said. Today, they’ve been replaced with “large groups of women” who turn out in droves, often in matching T-shirts.

Still, Daniels doesn’t see herself as “anybody’s hero,” The Cut writes. She doesn’t want to be attached to the “#MeToo” movement, since she wasn’t “forced” to do anything. Tying her to the movement just “takes power away from the people who’ve been assaulted or raped or [sexually] harassed by their boss,” she explains. And she says she’s “not a feminist,” because she doesn’t “necessarily try to help women.”

In fact, Daniels actually “feel[s] sorry for men right now,” she says, adding that “a guy can’t even open a door for a lady without being called a pig.” For those who don’t like that, well, Daniels says she looks forward to their angry tweets — Twitter has been too “nice” lately. Read more of Daniels’ interview at The Cut. Kathryn Krawczyk





Source : theweek

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