Sharon Stone’s biggest worry about her teenage sons growing up in today’s society is their exposure to online pornography.

The actress, 65, is mother to her adopted teenagers Quinn, 17, Laird, 18, and an older adopted son Roan, 23.

America star Sharon adopted her eldest son with her ex-husband Phil Bronstein, who she split from in 2004, and then adopted Laired in 2005 and Quinn a year later.

She has now revealed her concerns for her boys as they grow into young adults. 

Sharon told Harper’s Bazaar Spain: ‘Without a doubt Internet pornography. Although I hate the image that it projects of women, I find the way in which it steals intimacy and the joy of that intimacy even more serious.’

Sharon Stone’s biggest worry about her teenage sons growing up in today’s society is their exposure to online pornography (Sharon pictured last month)

The actress, 65, is mother to her adopted teenagers Quinn, 17, Laird, 18, and an older adopted son Roan, 23

The screen star went on to say she believes society has not shifted too much despite the rise of feminism and movements such as Me Too, the survivor-led movement against sexual abuse and violence.

When asked if it it’s better being a woman in the western world today, she said: ‘No. At least in the United States. 

‘I think men were so intimidated by #MeToo that to punish us they decided to cancel Roe v. Wade [refers to the decision of the United States Supreme Court to overturn a 1973 ruling that guaranteed abortion in the country]. 

‘#MeToo made them behave like rabid animals.’

It comes after it emerged Sharon pitched studio executives a Barbie movie in the 1990s.

But the blonde beauty — who was very hot off her thriller Basic Instinct at the time — said she was laughed at. 

The Casino actress recalled how film chiefs poured scorn on her idea for a film about the iconic toy doll.

Now she is grateful for the changes that have happened in Hollywood that led to Margot Robbie’s hugely successful blockbuster last year.

Sharon pitched studio executives a Barbie movie in the 1990s. But the blonde beauty — who was very hot off her thriller Basic Instinct at the time — said she was laughed at

The Casino actress recalled how film chiefs poured scorn on her idea for a film about the iconic toy doll. Now she is grateful for the changes that have happened in Hollywood that led to Margot Robbie’s hugely successful blockbuster last year

Commenting on an Instagram post showing Barbie star America Ferrera’s speech at the Critics Choice Awards last weekend, Sharon wrote: ‘I was laughed out (of) the studio when I came (with) the Barbie idea in the ’90s (with) the support of the head of Barbie.

‘How far we’ve come. Thank you ladies for your courage and endurance,’ the Quick And The Dead actress added.

Sharon is not the only actress who has seen a Barbie movie fail to materialise.

Anne Hathaway had held initial talks with both Sony and Mattel about starring as the doll in a picture.

However, the Armageddon Time star thinks it is ‘lucky’ that her movie was shelved as Greta Gerwig’s film proved to be a smash hit when it was released last summer.

Speaking on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, she said: ‘What’s so exciting about what Greta and Margot and that phenomenal team [did] is they hit a bullseye.

‘The bullseye caused the entire world to reach this level of ecstasy. Now imagine that version…that much energy, that much anticipation, that much emotion…but it’s not the right version. I actually think of it as a lucky thing [it didn’t get made].’

Commenting on an Instagram post showing Barbie star America Ferrera’s speech at the Critics Choice Awards last weekend, Sharon wrote: ‘I was laughed out (of) the studio when I came (with) the Barbie idea in the ’90s (with) the support of the head of Barbie

Joe Pesci and Stone with their arm around each other in a scene from the film Casino, 1995

Anne doubts that her movie could have lived up to the hype surrounding Margot and Greta’s project.

She said: ‘If I believed that the version I was attached to could have done that, top casinos online I might feel differently about it, but I genuinely think their film was the best possible version.

‘It’s easy just to be thrilled and happy [for them]. I love watching women kill it. To do so well, so undeniably that they actually had to write new records…come on! I think it will probably make things better.’

Amy Schumer also hoped to star in a Barbie movie. 

This comes after Stone said she already has an actress in mind to play her in a movie about her life.

The movie icon went from brainy and bullied student in Pennsylvania to bombshell movie star thanks to Basic Instinct then to stroke victim to survivor and now painter, she detailed in her tell-all book The Beauty of Living Twice.

The 65-year-old blonde bombshell was dressed in a Barbie pink blazer when she sat down with The Lady Gang Podcast to discuss the person who could fill the diva’s stilettos.

Stone said Margot Robbie, 33, was the perfect star.

Stone wants Margot Robbie to play her in a movie, she told The Lady Gang podcast this week. Sharon, left, last year and Margot, right, in the Barbie movie

‘I adore Margot Robbie so probably her,’ offered the actress. ‘She is so talented. After I saw her playing Tonya Harding I was like you’re it.’

The former Playboy cover girl also agreed that Robbie was ‘the greatest’ as she chatted with the two female hosts.

Robbie is at the height of her career at the moment after starring in this year’s summer blockbuster Barbie which, so far, has made $1.4B at the global box office.

The film, about how Barbie and Ken are having the time of their lives in the colorful and seemingly perfect world of Barbie Land, showed off not just Margot’s beauty but also her ability to switch between perfect and imperfect at the drop of a hat.

America FerreraMargot RobbieCritics Choice Awards

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