‘Gutted’ Louise Nicholas says Paul Henry needs more education about sexist behaviour

Oct 30, 2016 | In the Media, News

Survivor advocate Louise Nicholas says she was “gutted” by Paul Henry’s latest comments about women and would be happy to give him some “education” about sexism.
She said the TV3 breakfast host’s comments to Herald writer Greg Bruce about the “perfect titties” of a woman at a nearby table during an interview for Canvas magazine were “disgusting”.
“I’ve done a number of interviews with Paul Henry around sexual violence and he’s been extremely good and knowledgeable, and that’s why it’s so disappointing that he has gone so far as to say that about women,” Nicholas said.
She did not agree with commentator Brian Edwards that the Canvas interview should be “career-ending” for Henry, but she said he clearly needed more education.

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