Jane Fonda talks said women’s friendships are different from men’s
Friendships are important relationships for anyone.
Friends are someone who always stands by you through thick and thin.
However, Jane Fonda believes that there is a difference between men’s and women’s friendships and she does make some valid points. “Women’s friendships are very different from men’s friendships.
And they’re very important to our health. Because you guys, you kind of sit side by side and watch sports or cars or women,” she said, reported CBS News.
Women sit facing each other eye to eye, and they say, ‘I’m in trouble. I need you. Can you help me?’ We are not afraid of being vulnerable.”
In the Jan. 15 interview, Fonda effortlessly dragged (most) men for having surface-level friendships and explained how women go the extra mile for each other. “You guys, you kind of sit side-by-side and watch sports or cars or women,” she said. “Women sit facing each other eye to eye and say, ‘I’m in trouble, I need you. Can you help me?’ We’re not afraid of being vulnerable.” The Monster-in-Law star then recalled how her “favorite ex-husband” Ted Turner, to whom she was married for a decade before divorcing in 2001, told her that people don’t make new friends after turning 60. “I think that he’s really wrong,” she disputed.
Here is the video
Also Check: Know About Chase Sui Wonders Age Height Weight Net Worth
Follow us or bookmark us for more Latest PicturesEntertainment News Celeb Bio box office collection report celebrities trailers and promos