Brigitte Lahaie tearful apology after his remarks on rape “I never wanted to hurt anyone” – Gala
On Tuesday 9 January, the newspaper The World published a forum of 100 signatories to the “freedom to harass” men and against movement #MeToo and #BalanceTonPorc. Among these signatories, columnist radio Brigitte Lahaie who has since tried to explain himself on BFM TV.
After the publication of the tribune published in le Monde newspaper on Tuesday and that has made a lot of noise, some of the signatories have tried to explain via text, or interventions in the media. One of them, the columnist radio Brigitte Lahaie has taken the offensive remarks in the face of Caroline Haas on the set of BFM on Wednesday, claiming without measure, and as an argument of debate that we could enjoy during a rape. The former spokesperson and co-founder of the association Dare feminism has responded to this assertion on the social network Twitter : “The body of a victim of violence may react in many different ways. This does not change the fact that rape is a crime. Place this sentence so that it spoke about sexual pleasure gives a sense of trivialization of violence. “
The signatories of the platform of the newspaper The World, have so distanced themselves from the remarks of Brigitte Lahaie via a press release by one of the editors, Peggy Sastre : “The writers and signatories to the women’s gallery release another floor brush it away totally of the statements made by one of the signatories, Brigitte Lahaie, concerning ‘the enjoyment of the rape’, which was held in his name and in his name alone. These terms do not appear neither in our forum nor in the response from the media which followed the publication of the so-called tribune. We are a very large majority consider that these comments are insulting to women victims of sexual violence and rape. “
Again invited on BFM TV, Brigitte Lahaie, on the verge of tears apologized for his statement : “I regret that my remarks have been misunderstood and mostly taken out of context… It is unfortunately a truth. Maybe I should have said this “unfortunately” by saying unfortunately you can enjoy during a rape. (…) Obviously, I didn’t say it to hurt.”
This time Brigitte Lahaie balance “One can enjoy during a rape,” Caroline Haas (who has been a victim) in the midst of a debate on BFMTV… I have more words… #TribuneDuMonde#MeToopic.twitter.com/fCdU7LSdOS
— Nils Wilcke (@paul_denton) January 10, 2018
The body of a victim of violence may react in many different ways. This does not change the fact that the viol’is a crime. Place this sentence so that it spoke about sexual pleasure gives a sense of trivialization of violence.
— Caroline De Haas (@carolinedehaas) January 10, 2018
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