Another comedian, Anne Roumanoff, wished the author one day understands that romance “isn’t just about the firmness of the buttocks” and about the connection with another person.
The comments even drew the attention of lawmakers, with French MP Olivia Gregoire, a spokesman for President Emmanuel Macron’s En Marche! Party, mocking the author: “Very classy Yann Moix. Very very classy.”
Moix defended his comments on French radio station RTL, saying he’s a “prisoner” of his taste in women.
“I don’t see this as pride, but almost as a curse. It’s not my fault. We are not responsible for our tastes, our penchants, our inclinations. I’m not here to hold forth on this,” he told the radio.
“Every individual is a prisoner of their tastes. I’m a prisoner of mine. It takes nothing away from a woman of 50 years that I don’t want to sleep with her,” he added.
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