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Olympia
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1 Olympia, Oct 27, 2019

that Tengaged is going to die out before we have our own #MeToo moment and we come together as a community to discuss Tengaged’s decade plus long history as a breeding ground for sexual predation.
But oh well it be like that sometimes.

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“I can’t,” she says in a text message. “Do I look like the kind of woman who obeys?”
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Through Her Eyes” is a new weekly half-hour show hosted by human rights activist Zainab Salbi that explores contemporary issues from a female perspective. You can watch “Through Her Eyes” every Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on Roku and see full episodes at yahoonews.com.
Jameela Jamil isn’t ready for prominent disgraced men to be welcomed back after being accused of hurting women.
“I think that we need to stop giving really big, well-paid, highly publicized roles to people who have hurt women, at least for a while. Let’s just take a little break from celebrating people who hurt women,” the actress told the Yahoo News show “Through Her Eyes” about the #MeToo movement and the possibility of redemption for celebrities.
Jamil, who stars in the NBC show “The Good Place,” was blunt in her assessment.
“I think that would be a great message for boys and for girls to see that we’re taking this seriously,” she continued. “And I would like to hope that we don’t allow racists and bigots to have big parts in Hollywood movies. So therefore, if you’ve assaulted a woman, you should just f*** off for a while.”As Hollywood culture continues to evolve in the wake of the #MeToo movement, Jamil told “Through Her Eyes,” she is seeing some of these institutional changes trickling into her own career.
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Wohl — a former Gateway Pundit writer — received public attention recently when he and lobbyist Jack Burkman attempted to snare Robert Mueller in a #MeToo scandal. The plot swiftly unraveled after media scrutiny and bizarre press conference the pair held in Washington D.C. on Nov. 1.
Though they promised multiple women would come forward to speak out against Mueller, none did.
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5 years ago

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Also TBT to Five months Ago

0 _Adidas_, Oct 28, 2018

when Danger kicked me from TBC because I said the hard R because
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Memphis_Grizzlies
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I am glad I left TBC

4 Memphis_Grizzlies, Oct 28, 2018

The constant antisemitism was irritating and hard to bear. I tried to tolerate it as best as I can but then I realized no one should have to put up with this.
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Chameleon777
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The painful abuse of the #MeToo Movement has..

1 Chameleon777, Oct 25, 2018

I'm really confused as to whether I want to support the #MeToo movement anymore or not because it's created a society where witch-hunts spring up at the first spark of an accusation. The movement used to represent courage and rising above pain, but it certainly doesn't represent that anymore. Some people see the legitimate stories and they want a piece of the action, so they make up a story and publicize it without evidence of any kind. Society reacts by immediately going after the accused without looking for evidence that might support the accusation. Even if there isn't physical evidence, there has to be some sort of evidence out there. Evidence can be found if one looks hard enough, but who actually does it?
The #MeToo movement has created chaos in society. Granted, there are those women who have legitimate accounts of being assaulted by men and who will be forever affected by that and the men in those cases should be held accountable. On the other hand, there are also women who are making a game out of the movement by false accusations against men of all ages simply because they want attention or they don't like a person enough to want to damage their reputation. Those who fabricate such stories out of spite are despicable people and should also be made to take responsibility for the damage their lies do and the hurt they caused.
Recently, a nine year old boy was accused of groping a woman in public and the woman clearly knew he hadn't done it, but she simply wanted the attention that came with pretending to be part of the movement. I don't appreciate women who lie about something like that just to get attention, especially when they are perfectly aware that their behavior is inappropriate and can emotionally damage those they accuse. The accused child has still not forgiven his accuser and I don't blame him if he hates her for the rest of his life because it could have turned out to be a very serious thing. Accusations can create fear and hysteria within communities simply because it's the common belief that everyone who makes an accusation like that is telling the truth. Once an accusation is made against someone, it is very difficult to stop the reactions and it is very hard to take back a lie.
Even more recently, the mayor of Grovetown, Georgia announced that he and law enforcement officials are planning to round up all of their community's sex offenders on Halloween and unlawfully detain them in the local fire hall under supervision during the hours of trick or treating. This is another seed of the #MeToo movement that was created by fear and a desire to destroy anyone on 'the list' regardless of why they are there and what they have done rehabilitation-wise after paying their debts. While some do terrible things and deserve to be on 'the list', others are on that list over perfectly innocent things that were blown out of proportion.
There are already perfectly sensible restrictions in place for people like that and this..

MJFJUNE
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Controversies & Criticisms

3 MJFJUNE, Sep 14, 2018

Joseph Charles "JC" Mounduix received criticism after he was shown using an ice cream scooper on the genitals of his other HouseGuests. Mounduix later told fellow HouseGuest Kaycee Clark to open up her vagina, saying it "feels good".[52]
Viewers questioned Angela Rummans and Rachel Swindler after they were caught on the live feeds making racist remarks, referencing fellow HouseGuest, Bayleigh Dayton. Rummans called her tan "ghetto", while Swindler compared her skin tone to Dayton's, who is African American. CBS later released a statement and warned Rummans and Swindler with future consequences.[53]
Since the start of the live feeds, Kaitlyn Herman has been criticized from viewers for her feelings and actions towards several men in the Big Brother House, while being in a 5-year relationship outside of the house. In Week 3, Herman's then-boyfriend released a statement on Twitter, stating that he wanted to distance himself from the show and situation.[54]
Kaitlyn Herman and Joseph Charles "JC" Mounduix both came under fire after they used the n-word in separate occasions.[55] Herman used the word as she was singing the lyrics of a Drake song. Mounduix used the word after fellow HouseGuest Bayleigh Dayton, who is African American, asked Mounduix if there is a "difference between a midget and a dwarf". Offended, Mounduix said that the word "midget" is a derogatory term and then compared it to the n-word.[56][57] Many came to the defense of the two, saying that they didn't use the word towards someone.[58]
During a live eviction episode, HouseGuest Brett Robinson called out Angela "Rockstar" Lantry in his eviction speech for "strategic purposes".[59] Lantry responded by confronting Robinson in his face claiming that it was her daughter's birthday.[60] Lantry later called Robinson a "rich, snobby, white-privileged-ass dude".[61] Later that night, Lantry confronted Robinson with pots and pans[62] during which she exclaimed that Robinson has a "micropenis".[63] Upon confrontation, Lantry sat between Robinson's legs whom repeatedly asked her to get off of him.[64]
Joseph Charles "JC" Mounduix was criticized by fans after he asked Rachel Swindler if she was transgender, stating that she has "a big Adam's apple." Mounduix proceeded to feel Swindler's neck, but she told him to stop. Moments later, he began to touch Swindler's neck again before being stopped by her.[65]
Viewers perceived some of Bayleigh Dayton's comments about Faysal Shafaat as being anti-Muslim. After Shafaat, a Muslim, complained about his in-house crush Haleigh Broucher talking about her past sexual experiences, Dayton claimed in private that Shafaat should "go find a virgin" and that he should "go to Pakistan and [get himself] one" because "that's what they do." Many viewers interpreted "they" as meaning..

Piddu
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I was telling

2 Piddu, Sep 14, 2018

my brother about what julie did tonight and how it was against the #metoo movement and he had no idea what the #metoo movement was. WTF

Chameleon777
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My thoughts on the EPIC "I'm Julie Chen..

6 Chameleon777, Sep 14, 2018

I haven't watched Big Brother 20 all season, but I did see a clip on Twitter tonight that prompted me to pause. As Julie Chen was concluding yet another post-eviction interview, she said, "I am Julie Chen Moonves." She has openly declared her intent to stand by her husband in the face of adversity and while I don't condone what Les Moonves allegedly did, I admire her unwavering loyalty to her family and I think she is an extraordinary woman who is using this experience to be a good example to her son and to her fans. I'm not saying that her move will not instigate consequences for her future with the show and whatever else she does in the entertainment world, but loyalty in the face of adversity is a rarity in modern society.
As many of you may have heard, Les Moonves, who was the President of CBS, and CBS recently parted ways due to several allegations of sexual misconduct brought against Moonves. This is yet another shocking development that is part of the #MeToo movement and is a reminder to all that accountability is important and people cannot hide, ignore, conveniently forget, or cover up bad behaviors that they engage in. Personal responsibility and the ability to take it is a quality that all adults should imprint upon their personalities.
When people behave badly, they need to take responsibility for it and not try to hide behind their fame, wealth, or denials. Hollywood is a very complex environment and the whole concept of 'the casting couch' no doubt resulted in some very scary situations for many. The threat of losing opportunity to create illustrious, successful careers silenced many and created pain that I do not understand, but feel sorrow for. I am glad that those legitimately affected by such events are finding the courage to come forward and share their experiences. I hope the 'injured' continue to open up about such things.
Though many allegations are legitimate, there have also been those who have attempted to tarnish the movement by making allegations that have no evidence to support them simply to discredit people who wouldn't or couldn't help them succeed in life. I am very saddened by those who would lie about such things simply to get attention because it takes away from the beauty and sacredness of the movement. When survivors of sexual misconduct hear such lies, they become afraid to share their experiences simply because they are afraid of being branded as liars and/or attention seekers.
Those who want attention can find a way to get it without damaging the legacies and reputations of those who truly did nothing wrong. The truly innocent are truly few, but they do exist and time should be taken to promote their innocence.
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Ashleybabyx3
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I’m sorry but I don’t understand

1 Ashleybabyx3, Sep 14, 2018

This #MeToo mess. How tf u gonna come forward 30 years later like wtf is this shit?! And ppl believe these “victims” trying to get media attention IDGI

SurvivorFan37
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I can't believe

1 SurvivorFan37, Sep 13, 2018

Julie ended and cancelled the #MeToo movement all in one night

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Rose McGowan had some strong words for her #MeToo ally Asia Argento on Monday: "Do the right thing."
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McGowan, 44, writes that she learned of Argento's alleged sexual encounter with Bennett through her partner, Rain Dove, whom she'd introduced to Argento a month ago.
McGowan said that Argento, 42, revealed in a series of text messages to Dove that she had "indeed slept with" Bennett years back, and had "been receiving unsolicited nudes of Jimmy since he had been 12," but had not taken any action to stop Bennett from sending more.
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It was one week ago when Argento released her statement on social media, "strongly" denying any of the claims against her.
"I am deeply shocked and hurt by having read news that is absolutely false," Argento said in the statement. "I have never had any sexual relationship with Bennett."
Argento did not immediately respond to an ABC News request for comment.
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