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Wow... have you seen this one yet?
"Thank you, thank you, Linda Bloodworth Thomason. This article is sad but also funny and it breaks my heart that we didn't get more shows created by you, starring hilarious women. What she said: "I don't feel inspired anymore. I just feel angry." https://t.co/LBk5cQ9O9r"Read more from Twitter
It doesn’t surprise me. Networks used to have the ultimate power. Netflix showed them they didn’t. It’s all unraveling and television in the future will change forever.
"It's been a while since I tweeted this out, but when I was at ACLU I wrote up a guide to battening down the hatches before coming forward as a #metoo whistleblower and it seems to still be pretty relevant: https://t.co/xoLe9VQ83K"Read more from Twitter
Hollywood 2018: The WME talent agency now has an internal committee to review sexual misconduct claims made against clients to determine if the agency should stay in business with the client. https://t.co/DNH9SHt9Bw— Matthew Belloni (@THRMattBelloni) October 3, 2018
Its really very bad for man, 4 man out of 5 are involved in sexual harassment of women. Make sure every man should not cross his limit.
4 man out of 5 are involved in sexual harassment of women.
Where are you getting this statistic from? And is it limited to an area or the whole world?
Not really a me too story, but in a whole other class.
Palm Beach multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein was accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls. Prosecutors, including future Trump labor secretary Alexander Acosta, cut Epstein an extraordinary plea deal.Read more from miamiherald
"Luc Besson accused of sexual misconduct by 5 more women https://t.co/T7bJQ8DnvG"Read more from Twitter
I have drafted this in my head a hundred times. I think that finding just the right turn of phrase may convince everyone of what I am...Read more from Medium
Long before #MeToo became the catalyst for a women's movement about sexual assault — and a decade before the fall of Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby and U.S. Olympic gymnastic doctor Larry Nassar — there was Jeffrey Edward Epstein. #PerversionofJustice pic.twitter.com/z3rIvzQWE9— Miami Herald (@MiamiHerald) November 28, 2018