Gabrielle Union sits on stage with editor-in-chief Joanna Coles at Cosmopolitan Magazine‘s Fun Fearless Life Conference held at The David Koch Theatre at Lincoln Center on Sunday (November 9) in New York City.
“I didn’t do anything wrong — no matter what people describe to me, ‘It’s your fault, you’re stupid to take nude photos, that’s what happens when you’re a celebrity’ — all this nonsense, … they’re criminals. What you do with your own body is your choice. Period. There’s no gray matter there. And when someone takes your choice away and your power away over your own body, it’s a crime. Period. A hacking scandal? We’re lessening it, making it more palatable for mass consumption, but it’s a crime,” Gabrielle said (via THR). “Over a hundred women were targeted — if these women weren’t celebrities, there would be much more outrage, but because we’re female celebrities, ‘we weren’t good victims and we enjoyed it, all PR is good PR.’ That’s what they say.” More Here! »