Laura Ingraham criticizes actresses who are "flaunting their bodies" while also fighting sexual harassment

Laura Ingraham criticizes actresses who are "flaunting their bodies" while also fighting sexual harassment

Laura Ingraham: "You can wear whatever you want, but then don't be shocked when people, including men, stare. It is going to happen"

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From the January 2 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Many of these women are the same women who have made millions of dollars flaunting their bodies, for anyone who cares to watch.

And at times, you'll be watching these the awards shows -- there are some talented people there, beautiful folks, women and men. But at times, the dresses seem to be defying the laws of physics, right? Is it double-sided tape? How do they keep that up?

For a while, it was almost as if Hollywood was creating a new category -- "And accepting on behalf of -- for the deepest neckline, is" - well, I mean, you can wear whatever you want, but then don't be shocked when people, including men, stare. It is going to happen.

Previously:

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Laura Ingraham
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