"Since the attacks/exposure of Harvey Weinstein and many others, all kinds of women have been accusing, and asserting sexual harassment — even rape. It's mind-boggling. Many of the charges are decades old."Right, because sexual assault and the damage it does has an expiration date.
"The women who are in the process of destroying and ruining their former mentors’ careers and reputations gained incredible perks, carved out great careers and were rewarded with riches untold. Now, we are to feel compassion for these shrinking violets, whose free will was taken from them. "Right, in exchange for "great careers" and "riches untold," all these women had to do was keep their mouths shut so some creepy guy could get his rocks off. This is a great lesson for our kids. (Also, WTF: If every women who endured sexual assault were "rewarded with riches untold" ... well, the Forbes 400 would look a lot different.)
"I understand the women had an incredibly difficult choice. However, one who truly has high moral standards would have walked away from disgusting actions, vulgar and vile scenarios, etc. Some things are not worth 'selling out for' — not everyone does."Right, only people of "high moral standards" know to "walk away" from sexual predators. As if it's that easy. Thank you, Diane. (If only I'd known I could just walk away from that knife that was held to my throat! Guess my standards just weren't high enough.)
"In defense of the undoubtedly vile, disgusting, talented men, they may have surmised that since there was no public outcry that the women involved were not entirely against anything and career goals took precedence."Right, how were these "talented men" supposed to know right from wrong if the women they prey on don't teach them?
"It's so easy to accuse beneath the cover of anonymity. "He says; she says." Bring charges and speak up when it happens — not 20 years later."There it is, folks.
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