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Brett Kavanaugh assault allegation: The locker room is now the bedroom.
RT @Millicentsomer: I wrote about the The Great #MeToo Hypercorrection that now has a substantial segment of the population openly and…
rape  sexual-harassment  sexual-assault  misogyny 
26 days ago by tarakc02
Verso
Where Freedom Starts: Sex Power Violence #MeToo
A Verso Report
architecture-masters-advocacy-2018  #metoo  gender  sexual-harassment 
5 weeks ago by equivalentideas
Five Women - This American Life
A different kind of #MeToo story, about several women who worked for the same man [Don Hazen, the executive editor of AlterNet]. They tell us not only about their troubling encounters with him, but also about their lives beforehand. Who were they when they entered the workplace, and how did their personal histories shape the way they dealt with his harassment?
this-american-life-podcast  podcast-episodes  sexual-assault  sexual-harassment  chana-joffe-walt  don-hazen  alternet 
9 weeks ago by yolandaenoch
Henry Cavill says he's scared to date post-#MeToo because he doesn't want to be called a rapist. Is he alone?
Ultimately, treating #MeToo as something abnormal because it holds men accountable for their behavior “speaks volumes” about men who feel that way, Durvasula says. “A potential partner wants to feel desirable and attractive, not like a prize or prey. There’s a difference.”
dating  me-too  sexual-assault  sexual-harassment  henry-cavill  yahoo  korin-miller 
july 2018 by yolandaenoch
A REPORTER WITH LUST IN HER HEARTS - The Washington Post
“I would be happy to give him a blowjob just to thank him for keeping abortion legal. I think American women should be lining up with their Presidential kneepads on to show their gratitude for keeping the theocracy off our backs.” – Nina Burleigh, on Bill Clinton.
politics  women  sexual-harassment 
july 2018 by mario.d
How #MeToo revealed the central rift within feminism today | News | The Guardian
Call it the “too” of #MeToo: the understanding that meaningful liberation from misogyny will only be achieved collectively, with changes at the structural, cultural and institutional levels. Social feminism does not aspire to enable a few women to gain positions of power in patriarchal systems. It’s not about giving women “a seat at the table”. It’s about taking the table apart, so that we can build a new one together.
the-guardian  sexual-harassment  feminism 
july 2018 by trank928
The Cultural Vandalism of Jeffrey Tambor
Tambor lost the power of illusion — the illusions he created with such painstaking care — and all you can see now are allegations that seem a lot more convincing than his vague apologies and promises to do better. Tambor is far from the first great popular artist something like this has happened to. He won’t be the last. And it’s not on us to either forgive him for it or try to factor it out as we watch his work.

That was never our job. It was part of his job. And he blew it.

Once you believe that a particular actor or filmmaker or screenwriter is a predator or abuser, you’re aware that the environment that produced your entertainment — the film set — was engaged in a conscious or reflexive cover-up, in the name of protecting an investment. You can’t be in love with it. You can’t really enjoy it in the most basic sense, not without playing dumb.

You didn’t do that to the artist. The artist did that to himself.

The emotional, physical, and financial damage that problematic artists inflict on people in their orbit should always be the first and main subject of discussion.

Nobody is stopping anyone from watching these works (though they’re no longer as easy to find, and you probably have to own a DVD player). We can still talk about them, study them, write about them, contextualize them. But the emotional connection has been severed.

It’s not incumbent upon the audience to pretend not to know unpleasant facts about the performer so that they can enjoy fiction. It’s incumbent upon the artist never to put the audience in that position in the first place.
jeffrey-tambor  sexual-harassment  harassment  arrested-development-tv  jessica-walter  vulture  matt-zoller-seitz  bill-cosby  louis-ck  woody-allen 
may 2018 by yolandaenoch
Why That 'Arrested Development' Interview Is So Bad : Monkey See : NPR
The last year or so has been an XXL garbage fire of miserable tales of workplace abuse and other horribles, in the entertainment industry and elsewhere. But this story got under my skin. Several other women told me the same thing on Wednesday night. For me, I could only come up with this explanation: It's not the worst story, but it's such a complete story.

"Not to belittle it," Bateman says, twice. "Not to belittle what happened," he says again. "Not to excuse it," he says. "Not to say that, you know, you [Walter] had it coming," he says. This is agonizing to read. It is the infuriating practice of doing the thing while pre-characterizing what you're about to say as not at all what the ear will hear it to be. Because there is always a "but" after it. "Not to belittle what happened, but." And after that "but" is the part that makes it not matter — or not matter that much.

What does have to mean here? Does it mean "should"? It could. Does it mean "want to"? It could. But Bateman has already declared at the top of the conversation that if she isn't over it and she doesn't want to work with Tambor, he's already chosen a side. Not only that, but if anyone else wants to go on without Tambor over his admitted behavior, as Transparent did with his admitted and alleged behavior, Bateman will not allow it.

It's not the worst story. Not by a mile. It may not even be Tambor's worst story. But seeing a woman so brilliant withstand repeated efforts, by people who say they love her, to recast her experiences as normal when she knew they were not? It was a lot to take.

It got under my skin.
jessica-walter  jason-bateman  linda-holmes  npr  arrested-development-tv  sophan-deb  harassment  sexual-harassment  transparent-tv  jill-solloway 
may 2018 by yolandaenoch
200 USC professors demand Nikias step down; trustees express 'full confidence' in president
"Those signing the letter represent 14 different schools within the university and include some of USC's most prominent academics — former deans, department chairs and distinguished professors."

But: "About an hour after the faculty members sent the letter, board Chairman John Mork released a statement saying that while trustees were 'troubled by the distressing reports' about the campus doctor, he and others on its executive committee 'strongly support' Nikias."

"The voting members of the Board of Trustees — 42 men and 17 women — are an elite group that includes billionaire tycoons, Hollywood power players and philanthropists. They have strongly backed Nikias, who has served as university president since 2010 and overseen a major expansion of the university as well as an aggressive fundraising effort."

How does fundraising distort things? On one side you have 200 faculty members (and calls from students etc), on the other you have the board of trustees.
usc  philanthropy  sexual-abuse  sexual-harassment 
may 2018 by tarakc02

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