It seems that Morrissey is back at it again, continuing to defend Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey by reiterating his victim-blaming opinions in a recent interview with The Sunday Times.
If you recall Morrissey's interview last week with Spiegel Online, you'll remember his remarks in regards to Spacey and Weinstein:
“People know exactly what happens. And they play along. Afterward, they feel embarrassed, or they do not like it. And then they turn it around and say: I was attacked, I was surprised, I was dragged into the room. But if everything had gone well and had it given them a great career, they would not talk about it.”
The interview was translated from German using Google Translate, but any question in regards to translation has since been answered in Morrissey's recent interview with The Sunday Times where he once again shares his terrible opinions on the matter, in English this time.
“You must be careful as far as ‘sexual harassment’ is concerned, because often it can be just a pathetic attempt at courtship,” says Morrissey. “I’m sure it’s horrific, but we have to keep everything in proportion. Do you not agree? I have never been sexually harassed, I might add.”
The interview continues with Morrissey discussing how he's nonpolitcal and has never voted in his life, his hatred of mushrooms and garlic and how he's never had curry, coffee or onions.
At this rate, who knows what will come out of his mouth during his next interview.
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