Debbie Harry thought sexual harassment was part of the job

Debbie Harry, who entered the music biz in the late '60s, recalls that sexual harassment was just part of the job back then.

Talking about her just-released memoir Face It, Debbie tells the Los Angeles Times, "Those #MeToo experiences were when I was younger, and I expected that, felt it was part and parcel of being out in the world. I suppose it was frustrating, but nothing bad happened to me. I just felt that was natural. This is Mother Nature talking."

Blondie co-founder Chris Stein, who was Debbie's romantic partner from the early '70s until 1987, adds, "She would tell me, 'So-and-so hit on me' -- some famous guy -- and she’d be amused by it. In our day, women were conditioned to accept a lot of bad behavior from men and think it’s normal."

 
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