Monica Lewinsky showed us all how we should act when someone violates boundaries: Get up and walk out.
On Monday night, Lewinsky got up and walked out of a live interview in the Jerusalem Convention Center when Channel 2 news anchor Yonit Levi asked a question that Lewinsky said they previously agreed was off limits. You can watch the video here.
She didn’t scream, cry, or throw a fit. The boundaries had been violated and so she left. Interview over.
She didn’t worry that she was making the interviewer feel uncomfortable, or that the event planners now had time they needed to fill.
According to Lewinsky, she and Levi had agreed before the interview that the question about former President Clinton was not to be asked. If this is, indeed, the case, Levi was counting on social pressures to make Lewinsky address the question.
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