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Reply #120 posted 11/13/17 9:36am

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purplefam99 said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

no they wouldn't, because no one even blinked at what 2045R said either

because we have become used to dealing with borish comments like radmats, it is our everyday.

U've only been here since June 2017, just a drop of time post Prince's passing,
Housequake is a less borish & testy site

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Reply #121 posted 11/13/17 9:37am

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Hannity supports Roy Moore, and 4 companies pull advertising from his show.

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Reply #122 posted 11/13/17 9:59am

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PennyPurple said:

Hannity supports Roy Moore, and 4 companies pull advertising from his show.

they said the legal age of consent in Alabama is 16?

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Reply #123 posted 11/13/17 11:24am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

PennyPurple said:

Hannity supports Roy Moore, and 4 companies pull advertising from his show.

they said the legal age of consent in Alabama is 16?

I don't think these girls/women gave consent though.

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Reply #124 posted 11/13/17 12:32pm

purplefam99

OldFriends4Sale said:



purplefam99 said:




OldFriends4Sale said:




because you didn't want it to begin with...


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"I would like to echo your sentiment... wonder where this is sourced?" yeah sure then you get where this was sourced -which I replied to 2045R. earlier and then you say paraphrasing you 'I didn't want clarity from you' lol come on


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thank you for the BULL imagery, I love it, and you are the china?


Well anyway, thank you for the entertainment in yet ANOTHER thread you followed me and made it about US bored





keep trying, more borishishness. see bolded, the thread isn't about us it about speaking up. so


i feel right in line with thread actually.


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Borishishness is not a word. you don't like the heat eminating from my kitchen, but you like coming in when all eyes and the oven are on blast. hmmm But I am bored with this.


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And again you are so far off base. The thread is not about speaking up, please point to where that is defined as the thread. It is not a support group.


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LOL yet you are the one following me harassing me and supporting someone who took aim for their pleasure at two posts made here about two people expressing their sexaul harassment situation with no rebuke on their part. suspect






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No one is following you. Where are the other dudes??
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Reply #125 posted 11/13/17 12:37pm

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PennyPurple said:



OldFriends4Sale said:




PennyPurple said:


Hannity supports Roy Moore, and 4 companies pull advertising from his show.




they said the legal age of consent in Alabama is 16?



I don't think these girls/women gave consent though.




The crux. You have to give consent, not just the age of.
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Reply #126 posted 11/13/17 12:55pm

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purplefam99 said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

because you didn't want it to begin with...

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"I would like to echo your sentiment... wonder where this is sourced?" yeah sure then you get where this was sourced -which I replied to 2045R. earlier and then you say paraphrasing you 'I didn't want clarity from you' lol come on

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thank you for the BULL imagery, I love it, and you are the china?

Well anyway, thank you for the entertainment in yet ANOTHER thread you followed me and made it about US bored

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keep trying, more borishishness. see bolded, the thread isn't about us it about speaking up. so

i feel right in line with thread actually.

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Is it me, or did that bull suddenly get bigger? eek lol lol

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Reply #127 posted 11/13/17 2:28pm

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CherryMoon57 said:

purplefam99 said:

keep trying, more borishishness. see bolded, the thread isn't about us it about speaking up. so

i feel right in line with thread actually.

[Edited 11/13/17 9:11am]

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Is it me, or did that bull suddenly get bigger? eek lol lol

It got bigger LOL and I don't know how that happened lol

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Reply #128 posted 11/13/17 2:30pm

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PennyPurple said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

they said the legal age of consent in Alabama is 16?

I don't think these girls/women gave consent though.

No I don't think so either. I was just asking/adding information to better understand Alabama's age of consent laws.

There is a 14 yr old a 17yr old 18yr old and two more? what were the ages they had the encounter with Roy Moore?

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Reply #129 posted 11/13/17 4:14pm

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OldFriends4Sale said:

PennyPurple said:

I don't think these girls/women gave consent though.

No I don't think so either. I was just asking/adding information to better understand Alabama's age of consent laws.

There is a 14 yr old a 17yr old 18yr old and two more? what were the ages they had the encounter with Roy Moore?

[Edited 11/13/17 14:38pm]

I believe it ranges from 14-18. I don't know the age of this new woman that came forward today though.

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Reply #130 posted 11/13/17 4:28pm

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Once anyone comes out and says this actor or that actor, singer, comedian coz they are mad at them......... I think that some do it on purpose to 'destroy' someones career/life, making false accusations.

Those that are guilty should be held accountable.

"....guilty shall not be forgiven.....until they can find it in their hearts to right the wrong"

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Reply #131 posted 11/13/17 5:13pm

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Tom Sizemore

A dozen cast and crewmembers tell THR that the actor was sent home after the girl told her parents about the incident.

Actor Tom Sizemore was told to leave a Utah film set in 2003 after an 11-year-old actress told her mother that he had touched her genitals, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Months later, he returned for reshoots in Malibu after her parents declined to press charges. The incident has never been revealed publicly.

When contacted, the now 26-year-old former actress, whom THR is not identifying at her request, declined to address the matter except to note that she's recently hired a lawyer to explore legal action against the actor as well as her parents. Sizemore declined to address the situation. "Our position is 'no comment,'" says his agent Stephen Rice.

THR spoke to a dozen people involved with the production of the film, a crime thriller called Born Killers (shot as Piggy Banks). They confirmed Sizemore was sent home over the alleged incident. According to these cast- and crewmembers, rumors swirled and emotions rose on set over what had allegedly transpired.

Sizemore, notorious for his long rap sheet that includes charges of drug use and battery against women, has not previously been accused of molestation. An actor with a tough-guy image then at the height of his scandal-driven infamy, when the Utah incident occurred he'd recently been convicted of physically abusing and harassing his ex-girlfriend, the former "Hollywood Madam" Heidi Fleiss.

Sizemore is said to have denied the young actress' claim as soon as he was confronted with it. His management firm Untitled and talent agency CAA quietly dropped him shortly afterward. He's currently repped by the boutique firm Pantheon.

​Cast- and crewmembers, inspired by the nascent movement toward industry transparency in the post-Harvey Weinstein era, explain that the incident took place near the end of production on Born Killers (not to be confused with Oliver Stone's earlier Natural Born Killers, which Sizemore also appeared in). It was during a second-unit still portrait session, to capture photos of Sizemore's character with his abandoned wife and daughter. The imagery would serve as a plot device in the $5 million film, which was released by Lionsgate in 2005. The film centers on two immoral brothers on a crime spree. (Sizemore played the dissolute father who raised them.)

​The roughly half-hour session required the young actress, who had a small role in the production, to be seated on Sizemore's lap in a holiday tableau. This is when Sizemore allegedly either rubbed his finger against the girl's vagina or inserted it inside. Production manager Cassidy Lunnen recalls that "the girl was so young it was unclear to her and [later] her parents what had actually taken place and if it was intentional or not."

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Reply #132 posted 11/14/17 4:49am

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http://www.espn.com/espnw/culture/the-buzz/article/21399039/aly-raisman-appeared-60-minutes-today-made-teamm


Aly Raisman appears on '60 Minutes' and 'Today' and makes her teammates proud

By D'Arcy Maine | Nov 13, 2017
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Aly Raisman revealed she was sexually...rry Nassar last week ahead of the release of her book, "Fierce," in which she discusses the allegations. She appeared on Sunday's "60 Minutes" to bravely talk further about it.

"Why are we looking at why didn't the girls speak up? Why not look at -- what about the culture?" she said. "What did USA Gymnastics do, and Larry Nassar do, to manipulate these girls so much that they are so afraid to speak up?"

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She makes a great point about looking at the whole culture, instead of just the girls. The Team USA doctor was doing this while they were at the Olympics.


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Nassar, who was quietly fired by USA Gymnastics in the summer of 2015 and reported to the FBI, is currently in jail awaiting sentencing on federal child pornography charges—he pleaded guilty to those—and awaiting trial on 33 criminal sexual conduct charges related to the work he did as a physician in Michigan. Nassar had spent two decades working for MSU in addition to his work with the U.S. national team.


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Reply #133 posted 11/14/17 5:08am

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https://www.buzzfeed.com/....giAdZJqKz

Gal Gadot Has Reportedly Threatened To Walk If Brett Ratner Remains Involved With The "Wonder Woman" Franchise

Posted on November 12, 2017, at 12:34 p.m.



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Page Six is reporting that Gal Gadot, the face of the Wonder Woman franchise, has threatened to walk away if executive producer Brett Ratner — who has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct in recent weeks — remains connected to the film

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Gal Gadot will only be ...er is out

"Gadot is saying she won’t sign for the sequel unless Warner Bros. buys Brett out [of his financing deal] and gets rid of him.”


This one might hurt somebody's pocket.

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Reply #134 posted 11/14/17 6:07am

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Daniel Franzese's BULLYS co-star Bijou Phillips is apologizing after the actor described how she sexually assaulted and fat shamed him in a series of homophobic series of incidents on the set in 2001

What's the matter with your life
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Reply #135 posted 11/14/17 6:14am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

Daniel Franzese's BULLYS co-star Bijou Phillips is apologizing after the actor described how she sexually assaulted and fat shamed him in a series of homophobic series of incidents on the set in 2001

I read that, it's awful. Glad he spoke up. Seems like he needed to.

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Reply #136 posted 11/14/17 7:02am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

Daniel Franzese's BULLYS co-star Bijou Phillips is apologizing after the actor described how she sexually assaulted and fat shamed him in a series of homophobic series of incidents on the set in 2001

Surprising since she had a loser for a father.


Something needs to happen to her too.

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Reply #137 posted 11/14/17 7:08am

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PennyPurple said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

Daniel Franzese's BULLYS co-star Bijou Phillips is apologizing after the actor described how she sexually assaulted and fat shamed him in a series of homophobic series of incidents on the set in 2001

Surprising since she had a loser for a father.


Something needs to happen to her too.

someone once called her "3 o'clock slop" ......

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Reply #138 posted 11/14/17 7:24am

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PennyPurple said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

Daniel Franzese's BULLYS co-star Bijou Phillips is apologizing after the actor described how she sexually assaulted and fat shamed him in a series of homophobic series of incidents on the set in 2001

Surprising since she had a loser for a father.


Something needs to happen to her too.

Her father had sex with her sister, Mackenzie. Who knows what happened to Bijou too, but no excuse for what she did.

Franzese coming forward after 16 years shows how long these scars last.

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Reply #139 posted 11/14/17 7:27am

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luvsexy4all said:

PennyPurple said:

Surprising since she had a loser for a father.


Something needs to happen to her too.

someone once called her "3 o'clock slop" ......

^^ This is disgusting and is part of the problem we are talking about. What is your source here?

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Reply #140 posted 11/14/17 7:30am

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poppys said:

luvsexy4all said:

someone once called her "3 o'clock slop" ......

^^ This is disgusting and is part of the problem we are talking about. What is your source here?

some actor on tv years ago...

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Reply #141 posted 11/14/17 7:44am

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luvsexy4all said:

someone once called her "3 o'clock slop" ......

poppys said:

^^ This is disgusting and is part of the problem we are talking about. What is your source here?

some actor on tv years ago...

This is the thread we are being told to post these various news stories on. I hope they can be taken seriously. That is horrible tabloid shit, no matter what she did. Verbal shaming.

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Reply #142 posted 11/14/17 2:44pm

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I'm glad people are coming out and exposing this issue. A lot of celebs I'm sure were afraid they would be blacklisted if they had exposed many of these abuses. As far as anyone lying, that remains to be seen, but these allegations should be taken seriously until all evidence is proven.
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Reply #143 posted 11/14/17 5:37pm

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Crazy stuff(an understatement). The floodgates have been opened...

Right about now I'm sure a lot of harassers are shaking in their boots.

Rest in Peace Bettie Boo. See u soon.
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Reply #144 posted 11/15/17 2:52am

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poppys said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

Daniel Franzese's BULLYS co-star Bijou Phillips is apologizing after the actor described how she sexually assaulted and fat shamed him in a series of homophobic series of incidents on the set in 2001

I read that, it's awful. Glad he spoke up. Seems like he needed to.


Let's be realistic though, that case aside, a sexual assault by a woman on a man holds much less risk (of an actual rape) than when it's the other way round. The fact that the number of these occurrences remains relatively low show the inequalities in the risks faced by men and women:

'In theory, these things can happen to anyone—but they don’t. They happen overwhelming to women and the abusers are overwhelmingly men. Stalking, off and online, is a crime in which men are the majority of perpetrators and women the targets. Justice Department records reveal that 70 percent of those stalked online are women. More than 80 percent of cyber-stalking defendants are male. Similarly, a study of 1,606 revenge porn cases showed that 90 percent of those whose photos were shared were women, targeted by men. In gaming, an industry known for endemic sexism, studies cited by Citron show that 70 percent of women in multiplayer games play as male characters in order to avoid abuse.

[...]

Women have a 1 in 5 chance of actually being raped and a 1 in 4 chance of being physically assaulted by an intimate. For men, the chances of being raped are 1 in 71, and 1 in 7 for being physically abused, also an asymmetrical comparison.


The harassment men experience also lacks broader, resonant symbolism. Women are more frequently targeted with gendered slurs and pornographic photo manipulation because the objectification and dehumanization of women is central to normalizing violence against us. Philosophers Martha Nussbaum and Ray Langdon describe in detail how this works: women are thought of and portrayed as things for the use of others. Interchangeable; violable; silent and lacking in agency.


Women take online harassment more seriously not because we are hysterics, but because we reasonably have to. There is no gender equivalence in terms of the denigrating, hostile and sometimes exceedingly dangerous environmental effect that misogyny has, online or off.

It has a long history and cannot be isolated from actual violence that we adapt to avoiding every day. The fact that that violence has always suppressed women’s free speech is only now becoming too obvious to ignore.'



http://time.com/3305466/m...nt-online/

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Reply #145 posted 11/15/17 5:45am

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Do you think that because he is 'gay' or a gay man being sexually harassed can have a different hold on his voice, because of still rampant homophobia, that does come from women just as much as men?

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Yes, there are 'fewer' homosexual men that heterosexual men, but I don't think numbers matter in that department. Not to mention a man doesn't have to be homo/bisexual to be harassed in a homophobic way.

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I doubt there is a realistic record of 'sexual harassement' toward men of a homophobic nature.

CherryMoon57 said:

poppys said:

I read that, it's awful. Glad he spoke up. Seems like he needed to.


Let's be realistic though, that case aside, a sexual assault by a woman on a man holds much less risk (of an actual rape) than when it's the other way round. The fact that the number of these occurrences remains relatively low show the inequalities in the risks faced by men and women:

'In theory, these things can happen to anyone—but they don’t. They happen overwhelming to women and the abusers are overwhelmingly men. Stalking, off and online, is a crime in which men are the majority of perpetrators and women the targets. Justice Department records reveal that 70 percent of those stalked online are women. More than 80 percent of cyber-stalking defendants are male. Similarly, a study of 1,606 revenge porn cases showed that 90 percent of those whose photos were shared were women, targeted by men. In gaming, an industry known for endemic sexism, studies cited by Citron show that 70 percent of women in multiplayer games play as male characters in order to avoid abuse.

[...]

Women have a 1 in 5 chance of actually being raped and a 1 in 4 chance of being physically assaulted by an intimate. For men, the chances of being raped are 1 in 71, and 1 in 7 for being physically abused, also an asymmetrical comparison.


The harassment men experience also lacks broader, resonant symbolism. Women are more frequently targeted with gendered slurs and pornographic photo manipulation because the objectification and dehumanization of women is central to normalizing violence against us. Philosophers Martha Nussbaum and Ray Langdon describe in detail how this works: women are thought of and portrayed as things for the use of others. Interchangeable; violable; silent and lacking in agency.


Women take online harassment more seriously not because we are hysterics, but because we reasonably have to. There is no gender equivalence in terms of the denigrating, hostile and sometimes exceedingly dangerous environmental effect that misogyny has, online or off.

It has a long history and cannot be isolated from actual violence that we adapt to avoiding every day. The fact that that violence has always suppressed women’s free speech is only now becoming too obvious to ignore.'



http://time.com/3305466/m...nt-online/

[Edited 11/15/17 5:36am]

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Reply #146 posted 11/15/17 6:33am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

Do you think that because he is 'gay' or a gay man being sexually harassed can have a different hold on his voice, because of still rampant homophobia, that does come from women just as much as men?

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Yes, there are 'fewer' homosexual men that heterosexual men, but I don't think numbers matter in that department. Not to mention a man doesn't have to be homo/bisexual to be harassed in a homophobic way.

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I doubt there is a realistic record of 'sexual harassement' toward men of a homophobic nature.

CherryMoon57 said:


Let's be realistic though, that case aside, a sexual assault by a woman on a man holds much less risk (of an actual rape) than when it's the other way round. The fact that the number of these occurrences remains relatively low show the inequalities in the risks faced by men and women:

'In theory, these things can happen to anyone—but they don’t. They happen overwhelming to women and the abusers are overwhelmingly men. Stalking, off and online, is a crime in which men are the majority of perpetrators and women the targets. Justice Department records reveal that 70 percent of those stalked online are women. More than 80 percent of cyber-stalking defendants are male. Similarly, a study of 1,606 revenge porn cases showed that 90 percent of those whose photos were shared were women, targeted by men. In gaming, an industry known for endemic sexism, studies cited by Citron show that 70 percent of women in multiplayer games play as male characters in order to avoid abuse.

[...]

Women have a 1 in 5 chance of actually being raped and a 1 in 4 chance of being physically assaulted by an intimate. For men, the chances of being raped are 1 in 71, and 1 in 7 for being physically abused, also an asymmetrical comparison.


The harassment men experience also lacks broader, resonant symbolism. Women are more frequently targeted with gendered slurs and pornographic photo manipulation because the objectification and dehumanization of women is central to normalizing violence against us. Philosophers Martha Nussbaum and Ray Langdon describe in detail how this works: women are thought of and portrayed as things for the use of others. Interchangeable; violable; silent and lacking in agency.


Women take online harassment more seriously not because we are hysterics, but because we reasonably have to. There is no gender equivalence in terms of the denigrating, hostile and sometimes exceedingly dangerous environmental effect that misogyny has, online or off.

It has a long history and cannot be isolated from actual violence that we adapt to avoiding every day. The fact that that violence has always suppressed women’s free speech is only now becoming too obvious to ignore.'



http://time.com/3305466/m...nt-online/

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I am not sure I understand your question in connection with what I posted.

If you mean that cases - of men being raped/assaulted - could have gone unreported well don't you think that this a possibility that equally concerns women and men (regardless of their sexual orientation), for various cultural reasons (included those mentioned above)?
I doubt unreported assaulted male cases would affect the overall figures any more than unreported assaulted female cases would.

And there are still less chances of a man being raped by a woman than a woman being raped by a man, and that for obvious reasons, which immediately lowers the men's risk of being assaulted (comparatively).


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The music industry seems to be quiet on this topic. I guarantee there has been a lot of sexual harassment in the music industry for many years. I forgot the name of that Black male group that accused some male in the industry for sexually harassing them.
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Reply #148 posted 11/15/17 7:55am

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https://www.google.com/am...ustry/amp/

Tom Jones Says Sexual Harassment Is Just as Prevalent in Music Industry as Hollywood

BY DAVE QUINN•
OCTOBER 19, 2017 AT 10:25AM EST


Musician Tom Jones says the alleged widespread sexual harassment in Hollywood being addressed in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal is just as prevalent in the music industry. And he knows because he’s experienced it first-hand.


During an interview with the BBC Radio 5 Live’s Afternoon Edition on Thursday, the 77-year-old “It’s Not Unusual” singer reflected on the allegations surrounding Weinstein — which have spurred a movement of victims across the globe to speak out about their own sexual assaults and harassment.

“Things have always happened in the music industry as well,” Jones said. “There’s been people complaining about publicists and different things they’ve been expected to do to get a record contract, just like a film contract.”

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Reply #149 posted 11/15/17 8:45am

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Gal Gadot Has Reportedly Threatened To Walk If Brett Ratner Remains Involved With The "Wonder Woman" Franchise


Gal Gadot says this report is not true. WB had already cut ties with Ratner before this report even came out.

http://www.joblo.com/movi...ion-228-02

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