Monica Lewinsky lists insults she's endured as part of anti-bullying campaign
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Monica Lewinsky is reciting many of the vulgar names she's been called over the years in a new anti-bullying PSA. 

"Slut, bimbo, floozy, vixen, tramp," Lewinsky says to the camera in a video she posted on Twitter on Thursday.

"That woman," Lewinsky continues, a reference to then-President Clinton's famous denial of having a relationship with her in 1998, when he said at a news conference, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman...Ms. Lewinsky."


Lewinsky was a 22-year-old White House intern when she became romantically involved with Clinton, and quickly found herself at the center of a media firestorm. 

She has since become an anti-cyberbullying advocate.

In the PSA, Lewinsky, 45, lists plenty of less-than-flattering names she's been called as a message appears on-screen: "She didn't let the names she was called, define who she became. Don't let bullying define you."

To mark National Bullying Prevention Month in October, Lewinsky launched the #DefyTheName campaign, which called on people to change their user names on social media for a month to ones they've been called by bullies.