Director Oliver Stone tells Putin that Russia’s anti-gay law is “sensible”

Oliver Stone recently met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and said of Russia’s anti-gay propaganda law,
“It seems like maybe that’s a sensible law.”

Oliver Stone: "As you know, I’ve been very rebel all my life. Still am. And I have to tell you, I’m shocked by some of the behaviors and the thinking of the new generation. It takes so much for granted. And so much of the argument, so much of the thinking, so much of the newspaper, television commentaries about gender, people identify themselves, and social media, this and that, I’m male, I’m female, I’m transgender, I’m cisgender. It goes on forever, and there is a big fight about who is who. It seems like we miss the bigger point."

Vladimir Putin: "They live too well. They have nothing to think about."