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Thread started 06/13/18 4:10pm

liljojo

Media #MeToo: I'm over it

At First it was nice to see people speak out against their accussers, but TMZ and other media outlets have seriously fucked this up and once again lying girls (Yes I said that shit) have turned this into a attack males who left their crazy ass. It's REAL allegations out that's being ignored. The justice system need to start putting them in jail for lying about being abused and making a mockery of the system. Until that's in place girls will continue to lie knowing they can get away with it while other people who are being abused get ignored.

It's like it is a GUILTY public opinion until proven innocent. Anybody (woman or man) that speak out against these liars get shamed. Aziz Ansari, is a great example. How is a bad date turned into a #Metoo movement? I'm through with it and all movements. TMZ can go to the lake of fire and burn forever along with other media outlets, especially after they felt so comfortable showing Prince, Michael, Whitney, and other dead celebrities lifeless bodies.

Get y'all souls right and live your life, because nobody outside yourself a select few give a flying fuk about you.

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Reply #1 posted 06/13/18 4:29pm

OnlyNDaUsa

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did you see bill clinton say that the rules are different now? he is scared too many people will wale up to him.

Anyone for banning the AR15 must be on the side of the criminal as once banned only criminals will have them.
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Reply #2 posted 06/13/18 4:44pm

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Shame

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #3 posted 06/13/18 6:17pm

liljojo

OnlyNDaUsa said:

did you see bill clinton say that the rules are different now? he is scared too many people will wale up to him.


I saw the interview with him saying he owe Monica no apology and got a attitude and crossed his legs. But if he apologize then it’s omly fair Monica and other women that engage in affairs knowingly with a married man need to apologize. Bill is the reason Donald look like a saint cause dude was cheating on his wife before he was president and while. So it’s weird Bill get praised but Donald get trashed.

FYI I’m not taking up for Donald, just pointing out truth. I’m done with the political parties and government. I’m done with the lying money hungry doctors and pharmacies, and over the banks. The media is a representation of our crazy. If it makes money sell it. No matter how much hurt, pain, tears, and damage it be for the human being you’re lying and bashing on. Then you wonder why people stay private with their personal lives.
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Reply #4 posted 06/13/18 6:39pm

IanRG

It really is simple:

  1. Don't rape or otherwise sexually abuse children, women or men.
  2. Treat all people with respect in all your interpersonal engagements with them so you don't abuse them either by unwanted advances or humiliations (including untrue accusations).
  3. Accept responsibility for your actions, words and deeds and enable all people the right to expect all others to accept their own responsibilities without blaming the victims of abuse (including by false accusations of abuse).
  4. Be aware of the possibility of false accusations including that in the vast majority of cases the accusations are not false.

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Then you don't need to be over #MeToo.

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Or in simple terms: Follow the Beatitudes in supporting and fighting for the equality of all people by recognising that whatever you do, or allow to done to the weakest and most vulnerable of people, you do to God.

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Reply #5 posted 06/13/18 6:41pm

liljojo

Now Jamie sick slappin Foxx is in the metoo movement for slapping a woman woman with his penis allegedly. Lawd! Can’t make this up.
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Reply #6 posted 06/13/18 6:52pm

liljojo

IanRG said:

It really is simple:


  1. Don't rape or otherwise sexually abuse children, women or men.

  2. Treat all people with respect in all your interpersonal engagements with them so you don't abuse them either by unwanted advances or humiliations (including untrue accusations).

  3. Accept responsibility for your actions, words and deeds and enable all people the right to expect all others to accept their own responsibilities without blaming the victims of abuse (including by false accusations of abuse).

  4. Be aware of the possibility of false accusations including that in the vast majority of cases the accusations are not false.

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Then you don't need to be over #MeToo.


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Or in simple terms: Follow the Beatitudes in supporting and fighting for the equality of all people by recognising that whatever you do, or allow to done to the weakest and most vulnerable of people, you do dto God.



I understand and preached the same thing you posted, but it comes a time when you
have you to stand up like several real women are now starting to do and call these liars out and the media too. The metoo movement isn’t for bad sex or to shame humans for personal gain. Wrong is wrong and right is right. But nobody cares about folks falsely accusing others until it’s them in the situation. How the hell are the abused supposed to be heard when they are victim shamed and the liars are glorified?

FYI I’m not saying you in particular just stating the truth. Something the government have scared people into hiding.
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Reply #7 posted 06/16/18 9:02pm

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not so much a METOO things but clearly fuelled by it...

Isn't this something that is really no ones business?
This is about stuff that happened in a relations, allegedly.
Why should a company punish someone based on accusations of something

that happened in a relationship?

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#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

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Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
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Reply #8 posted 06/17/18 9:52am

liljojo

OldFriends4Sale said:


not so much a METOO things but clearly fuelled by it...


Isn't this something that is really no ones business?
This is about stuff that happened in a relations, allegedly.
Why should a company punish someone based on accusations of something


that happened in a relationship?



https://www.msn.com/en-us...spartanntp



Chris Hardwick's Talking Pulled at AMC Following Sexual Assault Allegations; Will No Longer Moderate SDCC Panels



It’s turned into spiteful bitter exes now attacking each other and making people lose their means of financial support. It’s gett to a point where if you have son you don’t want him leaving your side. Rape and abusing power is one thing, saying consent sex was rape because y’all broke up.

If humans would respect themselves and learn how to protect themselves all this worldly chaos would still come but you will know how to get pass it.
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Reply #9 posted 06/17/18 11:34am

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IanRG said:

It really is simple:

  1. Don't rape or otherwise sexually abuse children, women or men.
  2. Treat all people with respect in all your interpersonal engagements with them so you don't abuse them either by unwanted advances or humiliations (including untrue accusations).
  3. Accept responsibility for your actions, words and deeds and enable all people the right to expect all others to accept their own responsibilities without blaming the victims of abuse (including by false accusations of abuse).
  4. Be aware of the possibility of false accusations including that in the vast majority of cases the accusations are not false.

.

Then you don't need to be over #MeToo.

.

Or in simple terms: Follow the Beatitudes in supporting and fighting for the equality of all people by recognising that whatever you do, or allow to done to the weakest and most vulnerable of people, you do to God.

yeahthat

"Like books and BLACK LIVES, Albums still MATTER."
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Reply #10 posted 06/17/18 1:19pm

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IanRG said:

It really is simple:

  1. Don't rape or otherwise sexually abuse children, women or men.
  2. Treat all people with respect in all your interpersonal engagements with them so you don't abuse them either by unwanted advances or humiliations (including untrue accusations).
  3. Accept responsibility for your actions, words and deeds and enable all people the right to expect all others to accept their own responsibilities without blaming the victims of abuse (including by false accusations of abuse).
  4. Be aware of the possibility of false accusations including that in the vast majority of cases the accusations are not false.

.

Then you don't need to be over #MeToo.

.

Or in simple terms: Follow the Beatitudes in supporting and fighting for the equality of all people by recognising that whatever you do, or allow to done to the weakest and most vulnerable of people, you do to God.



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Reply #11 posted 06/18/18 9:37pm

OnlyNDaUsa

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IanRG said:

It really is simple:

  1. Don't rape or otherwise sexually abuse children, women or men.
  2. Treat all people with respect in all your interpersonal engagements with them so you don't abuse them either by unwanted advances or humiliations (including untrue accusations).
  3. Accept responsibility for your actions, words and deeds and enable all people the right to expect all others to accept their own responsibilities without blaming the victims of abuse (including by false accusations of abuse).
  4. Be aware of the possibility of false accusations including that in the vast majority of cases the accusations are not false.

.

Then you don't need to be over #MeToo.

.

Or in simple terms: Follow the Beatitudes in supporting and fighting for the equality of all people by recognising that whatever you do, or allow to done to the weakest and most vulnerable of people, you do to God.

it is like the old saying of the dad talking to his daughter's date (Ironically Bill Cosby did a bit on this) it is not about what "she" says is okay, but what her dad would say. In other words, assume the person will tell what happened. Or as my mom said, "do not say, do, or write anything you would not want everyone to know..."

Anyone for banning the AR15 must be on the side of the criminal as once banned only criminals will have them.
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