Aniston says Bill O'Reilly is insulting women
Ernest August 19, 2010
Media -- Actress Jennifer Aniston stars who stars in a new movie "The Switch,"a comedy about artificial insemination,
has drawn criticism from FOX's Bill O'Reilly. At a Los Angeles press conference
last week promoting the movie, Aniston said "women are realizing more
and more that you donít have to settle, they donít have to fiddle with a
man to have that child." O'Reilly slammed
Aniston for "throwing a message out to 12-year olds and 13-year olds
that hey, you donít need a guy, you donít need a dad,"adding, "thatís
destructive to our society." Today on ABCís Good Morning America with
George Stephanopoulos, Aniston fired back at OíReilly for "insulting
STEPHANOPOULOS: But usually you donít respond to this kind of thing, why did you decide to respond?
ANISTON: I just felt it was .. it needed, it was begging for a response.
It was just an unfair statement that he made against me. And you know
people say things about me all the time and you just kinda go oh
whatever. But his was not just about me, it was also saying something, insulting women that are out there doing this on there own. I was raised, my mother was single. You know? I mean it doesnít always start off that way but sort of life, it happens.
STEPHANOPOULOS: And youíre right, the movie is a celebration of family.
ANISTON: It is! Itís familyÖhome is where the heart is.