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Ronda Rousey says #MeToo movement seems to make people ‘less comfortable’ around each other

Rousey said that the movement has asked people to hang out in groups, adding that “perhaps that’s safer, or maybe that’s better.”

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Ronda Rousey shared her thoughts on the #MeToo movement and said that they noticed the interactions between men and women have changed since people come forward with their allegations of sexual misconduct.

On Thursday, the WWE star told USA Today that she doesn’t have that much experience with the movement, but realized how people are “less good” during interactions.

“To be honest, I don’t really have much experience with the Me To move. I notice that the men and the women seem less comfortable around each other since the traffic, because everyone is afraid to one person [post] a wrong tweet about them,” Rousey said in an interview.

“I think it would be less likely for a male director and a female actor to go out and have lunch just to talk about the film,” she added. “It’s almost the turn of this fear and distrust in people [and] what trial by Twitter has really done is keep people from each other.”

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Rousey said that the movement has asked people to hang out in groups, adding that “perhaps that’s safer, or maybe that’s better.”

Rousey is currently promoting her new action film, “Mile 22,” in which she stars with Mark Wahlberg.

Rousey, 31, is set to appear in WWE’s “Summerslam” on Sunday.

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter via @bykatherinelam

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