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Westerners know something about the harassment issue in Egypt through the widely reported assault on CBS reporter in 2011 in Tahrir Square.
Be proud of your womanliness, she urged her audience.
That's certainly how Entissar's critics see it.
And when she goes on about pornography or breasts or whatever, it's because she's cast as the outspoken liberal Cairene, and the producers told her to talk about something sexy to titillate the viewers.
On one level, Entissar's comments are part of a debate over Egyptians' access to Internet porn sites, which the Mubarak government was supposed to have blocked as "" back in 2009, but which remain available because neither Mubarak's regime, nor any of the regimes since, not even Mohamed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government, has budgeted the necessary funds.
But more interestingly, that seems to be how Entissar's producers see it, too, based on her comments to Al-Ahram Gate.