No means no

No means no

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Me too

Harvey Weinstein is a USA producer. It seems, right now, he's also a sexual predator. Is he?

The Guardian very recently produced a "growing number of actors and others in the film industry" who "have made accusations against the Hollywood film producer" (16 October). Do you believe them?

Rolling Stone said that "revelations have been coming fast and furious about once-revered Hollywood mogul" (11 October). Do you believe them?

Vanity Fair published a comment from Leonardo de Caprio: "There is no excuse for sexual harassment or sexual assault — no matter who you are and no matter what profession." (10 October). Do you believe him?

NY Times spoke about other "setbacks" from other Hollywood men when they said " the outcry accompanying Mr. Weinstein’s downfall seems louder and more impassioned" (16 October). Do you believe them???

Weinstein, Cosby, Harris, Hughes... so many more. Arabella Weir in UK The Guardian said that "British TV and film are rife with sexual bullying" (17 October). Some of the TV programs became the 'home' of sleazebags, like "Top of the Pops", according to Independent (27 February 2016) - they were listed a long time before Weinstein copped his downer.

So many more newspapers, online line sites, magazines or anything else to send out this information. Google it - or however you like to look. YES, it should be sent out. NO, it is not a woman's 'fault'. 

YES, the women have the right to speak. #MeToo!

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