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So he thinks abuse is alright?
I think that's exactly what he believes. I never understood why he was fawned over for all those years, rather than shunned.
He is famous. They are all fakes, who say one thing but do or believe another.
“People who have been used to abusing their power see any limit-setting as vigilante justice. I see it as justice.” #MeToo Inspired An Anonymous Letter About @UCSC Prof. Gopal Balakrishnan — And A Real Investigation https://t.co/ygp2zRFKsZ via @nidhisubs— Deborah Blum (@deborahblum) May 22, 2018
"If today couldn't get any worse. Women accuse Morgan Freeman of inappropriate behavior, harassment. I'm deeply disappointed in Freeman, a person I previously had respect for. https://t.co/74WCgizyRi"Read more from Twitter
"Morgan Freeman apologizes in wake of harassment accusations (via @thknwco) https://t.co/KiaaypTjFR"Read more from Twitter
This sounds stupid on the face of it, but what they're talking about is "limiting" meetings in hotel rooms and private residences. Not sure why they're not eliminating them all together, or requiring that the actor have a 3rd party present at all times.
U.S. actors, TV networks agree to end casting couch https://t.co/Dozv5iJME1 pic.twitter.com/i8cOgtJQE9— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) June 10, 2018
They should meet in an office with a woman present. Male Gynecologists never see patients alone anymore. Why not the same rules for executives?
Very long read from Ronan Farrow about CBS and Les Moonvees.
""A sexual assault, and then I was fired." 6 women accuse Les Moonves, CBS chief and titan of television, of sexual misconduct and retaliation-and dozens more describe a culture of impunity across his company. My 8 month @newyorker investigation: https://t.co/QjBFXY3870"Read more from Twitter
I haven’t read it yet, but the timing seems off. Why now and not before? Is this true or a distraction from something else?
Many people are supporting him.
Wife Julie Chen isn't the only person speaking up in support of CBS chief Leslie Moonves, who was accused of sexual harassment in a bombshell report published by the New Yorker Friday. Now stars and other CBS executives are tweeting their support for Moonves.Read more from USA TODAY