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... and how does that make you feel?
What is it you're trying to say?
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Great article, Foggy, for those who bake (or did once like moi).


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Post by Lunaluz » Thu Jan 11, 2018 5:48 pm

Steven Segal.. what a fucking POS

:snippity: Regina Simons says she was 18 and an extra on Steven Seagal's 1994 film "On Deadly Ground" when he invited her to a wrap party at his Beverly Hills home. But when she arrived, she said, he was the only one there. :snippity:

:snippity: Simons is one of more than a dozen women who have accused Seagal of sexual misconduct, but she appears to be the first to publicly accuse him of rape. She and another woman, Dutch former model Faviola Dadis, told TheWrap they filed reports about Seagal with the LAPD in the last month. Dadis said he groped her during an audition in 2002. :snippity:


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Douglas's wife is a talentless bitch, with literally 2 facial expressions in her "acting." I've hated her since her start on British TV where she radiated "stuck up cow."

He is pretty good, however, and I've generally enjoyed his work. Dropping something like that on him after 32 years just stretches credibility.

Oh yeah, and Seagal can go spin on a dick.


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Based on what I've heard of his general personality and ego, I don't find this as unexpected.


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Suranis wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:18 pm
Douglas's wife is a talentless bitch, with literally 2 facial expressions in her "acting." I've hated her since her start on British TV where she radiated "stuck up cow."

He is pretty good, however, and I've generally enjoyed his work. Dropping something like that on him after 32 years just stretches credibility.

Oh yeah, and Seagal can go spin on a dick.
You agree with my ex-wife you knew her. (Although her langwitch was not quite so colourful.)



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Foggy wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:52 am
I made the pizza cinnamon rolls from Mario Batali's sexual misconduct apology letter.

Laugh, cry, get ANGRY. Or get hungry, mebbe. :boxing:
That is fucking brilliant.


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Notorial Dissent wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:24 pm
Based on what I've heard of his general personality and ego, I don't find this as unexpected.
Which one, Segal or Douglas?


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Suranis wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:18 pm
Douglas's wife is a talentless bitch, with literally 2 facial expressions in her "acting." I've hated her since her start on British TV where she radiated "stuck up cow."

He is pretty good, however, and I've generally enjoyed his work. Dropping something like that on him after 32 years just stretches credibility.

Oh yeah, and Seagal can go spin on a dick.
I can believe it of Michael Douglas, because for many years he did seem to present himself as thinking he was God's gift to women. But given that it was 30-odd years ago, when sexual politics were much, much different, I'm also inclined to believe that it was something that Douglas thought was okay, that he misread or misconstrued a situation and didn't realise that he'd acted in a way that made someone else uncomfortable. In other words, not rape, but a sort of sleazy pick-up attempt that was not welcome or appreciated.

I can believe it about Craig McLachlan because he has presented himself as having the same sort of God's gift to women attitude. I think when people are held up as sex symbols (as McLachlan was earlier in his career, and as Douglas has been for the bulk of his career), it's quite easy to get carried away with that and just believe that everyone welcomes your advances.



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Ex-Idaho lawmaker kills himself amid sex abuse investigation

https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/01/12/us/i ... ssion=true
(CNN) A former Idaho state representative who resigned last fall amid sexual abuse accusations has killed himself, officials said.

Former Republican state Rep. Brandon Hixon, 36, died Tuesday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, Canyon County Coroner Vicki DeGeus-Morris told CNN.

Hixon's death follows the December death of Kentucky state Rep. Dan Johnson, also a Republican, who had been accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in 2013. Johnson died a day after denying the allegations, and the Bullitt County, Kentucky, coroner ruled the death a suicide.


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Post by maydijo » Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:16 pm

Do I have to turn in my feminist card if I have a hard time classifying what happened between "Grace" and Aziz Ansari as sexual assault?



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maydijo wrote:
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Do I have to turn in my feminist card if I have a hard time classifying what happened between "Grace" and Aziz Ansari as sexual assault?
Well, she DID want white wine, not red. So there you go.


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Post by maydijo » Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:27 am

Yeah, maybe it was just crappy writing, but it seemed like she was almost as angry about the wine as about giving Aziz a blow job she wasn't really into. She had a bad experience. He acted like a dick. He should've stopped (although it does sound like there were mixed signals there, since she kept going) and she should've left. It's unfortunate, but I don't think it rises to the level of assault.



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maydijo wrote:
Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:27 am
Yeah, maybe it was just crappy writing, but it seemed like she was almost as angry about the wine as about giving Aziz a blow job she wasn't really into. She had a bad experience. He acted like a dick. He should've stopped (although it does sound like there were mixed signals there, since she kept going) and she should've left. It's unfortunate, but I don't think it rises to the level of assault.
Well, yeah. But: she's in her early twenties, he's in his middle thirties. He's got a lot more experience in these situations than she does.

My impression is she got caught in the socially-ingrained "nice girl" trap, where she found herself unable to clearly articulate her wishes. From her own account, she felt uncomfortable about saying No, and uncomfortable about saying Yes.

Since she found herself unable or unwilling to express a clear refusal, he didn't read it as that, but more as indications of hesitancy and indecisiveness. But - at that point, he should've read it as a flag: she was not giving enthusiastic consent. He should've then backed off and asked her, "How do you feel about this? Am I coming on too strong?" At that point, one simple assertive statement by her ("I don't want to go any further with this tonight") would've made it clear to both how the situation had changed. If she refused to clarify what she wanted, it would've been completely on her if it didn't work out the way she wanted. Conversely, if she made it clear that further intimacy was no longer desired and he'd continued to press unwanted attention on her, he would've been unambiguously in the wrong.

I'll say it again: we need to break the cultural habit of bringing up girls to be people pleasers, and we need to teach everyone how to be comfortable with saying No, and also with hearing No.

ETA: We also need to break the cultural tradition of women being the gatekeepers of sexual activity. Both parties (all parties, it's the 21st century) actually share the responsibility for this. It's not just on one person to say No, it's also on the other(s) to make sure they've heard a clear (enthusiastic) Yes.



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DejaMoo wrote:
Wed Jan 17, 2018 11:01 am
maydijo wrote:
Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:27 am
Yeah, maybe it was just crappy writing, but it seemed like she was almost as angry about the wine as about giving Aziz a blow job she wasn't really into. She had a bad experience. He acted like a dick. He should've stopped (although it does sound like there were mixed signals there, since she kept going) and she should've left. It's unfortunate, but I don't think it rises to the level of assault.
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My impression is she got caught in the socially-ingrained "nice girl" trap, where she found herself unable to clearly articulate her wishes. From her own account, she felt uncomfortable about saying No, and uncomfortable about saying Yes.

Since she found herself unable or unwilling to express a clear refusal, he didn't read it as that, but more as indications of hesitancy and indecisiveness. But - at that point, he should've read it as a flag: she was not giving enthusiastic consent. He should've then backed off and asked her, "How do you feel about this? Am I coming on too strong?" At that point, one simple assertive statement by her ("I don't want to go any further with this tonight") would've made it clear to both how the situation had changed. If she refused to clarify what she wanted, it would've been completely on her if it didn't work out the way she wanted. Conversely, if she made it clear that further intimacy was no longer desired and he'd continued to press unwanted attention on her, he would've been unambiguously in the wrong.

I'll say it again: we need to break the cultural habit of bringing up girls to be people pleasers, and we need to teach everyone how to be comfortable with saying No, and also with hearing No.

ETA: We also need to break the cultural tradition of women being the gatekeepers of sexual activity. Both parties (all parties, it's the 21st century) actually share the responsibility for this. It's not just on one person to say No, it's also on the other(s) to make sure they've heard a clear (enthusiastic) Yes.
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In regards to Seagal, what ever happened you the accusations that he kept sex slaves?



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With that Aziz thing, I think its more that we have to teach people to communicate. No Game playing, no "signals", just come out and say it. I'm sorry, but people who are sexually aroused cant be expected to become Sherlock freaking homes when someone is saying "No" through the medium of Interpretive Dance, or maybe Semaphore.

And that's the thing. People are arguing he should have picked up "signals," and she should have "signaled" no better. Says who? In my book if you like something say it, and if not say it. I dont know if its romantic novels, but people's expectations of communication are fucked up. Guys are not mind readers. And the thing is, when she finally did actually say "No" he stopped immediately, and offered to drive her home. Uh, this is on the level of Harvey now? For not picking up signals?

Stop the game playing, people. Talk. Communicate.

Ok, I'm an evil male. Maybe a woman could talk about it better.



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Kenneth P. Vogel

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NEW: @RepMeehan, who has positioned himself as a leader in fighting sexual misconduct, used taxpayer $ to settle a sexual harassment complaint brought by an aide. Meehan allegedly professed romantic desires, then become hostile when she didn't reciprocate. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/20/us/p ... sment.html

12:48 PM - Jan 20, 2018



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Representatives for @RepMeehan suggested to the accuser that she misinterpreted the congressman’s advances, & that his side could use unlimited taxpayer $ to drag out case if she didn’t settle. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/20/us/p ... sment.html

1:06 PM - Jan 20, 2018


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Under Fire for Harassment, Congressman Says Aide ‘Invited’ Behavior
By KENNETH P. VOGEL and KATIE ROGERSJAN. 23, 2018

WASHINGTON — Under fire for using taxpayer money to settle a sexual misconduct complaint from a former aide, Representative Patrick Meehan, Republican of Pennsylvania, said Tuesday that the woman “specifically invited” his intimate communications, and that he was emotionally wounded when she filed a complaint against him.

Mr. Meehan denied crossing the line into impropriety, but said in an interview that when the woman told him last year that she had started a relationship with someone outside the office, he “didn’t respond to it as well as I would like to have.”

He said he believed his attempt to make amends — a handwritten letter in which he called her “a complete partner to me” — was meant to be sign of respect.

“That I would find later that that was not something that she was comfortable with, really hurts me,” Mr. Meehan said. “This was a person who specifically invited communication with me so that she would be able to have the ability to be there for me.”


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NBC News

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BREAKING: Disgraced former Olympic gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sentenced to 40-175 years in prison on sexual abuse charges.

He was also previously sentenced to 60 years in prison on federal child pornography charges.
http://
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How an undercover female reporter exposed sexual misconduct at a London charity bash
Financial Times reporter Madison Marriage went undercover to report on The President’s Club Charitable Trust’s annual fundraising dinner.

By William Booth and Fred Barbash January 24 at 4:45 PM

LONDON — Wanted: attractive young women wearing short, tight dresses and black underpants to serve as hostesses for British business bigwigs at a drunken old-boys-only charity affair.

When tabloid-style news of this event broke in the usually decorous Financial Times on Wednesday, the recoil was immediate.

The story of well-heeled men acting badly was not exactly Britain’s #MeToo moment. London has been the scene of alleged acts of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey, while the government has been roiled by “sex pest” scandals, including the resignation late last year of Defense Secretary Michael Fallon, accused of repeatedly putting his hand on a well-known radio journalist’s knee at a dinner in 2002.

But the newspaper investigation into harassment doled out at a London charity event last Thursday has delivered a fresh jolt. The report alleged that women who served as hostesses, some of them college students, were groped and propositioned. One elderly attendee asked one of the hostesses whether she was a prostitute.

London’s Dorchester hotel was the site of the exclusive fundraiser infiltrated by an undercover Financial Times journalist and another woman last week. The story alleging sexual misconduct at the men-only event riveted Britain on Wednesday. (Philip Toscano/PA/AP)
The undercover reporter who wrote the piece told The Washington Post that she, too, was pawed and subjected to lewd comments.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/eu ... story.html
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Volkonski wrote:
Wed Jan 24, 2018 2:02 pm
NBC News
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BREAKING: Disgraced former Olympic gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sentenced to 40-175 years in prison on sexual abuse charges.

He was also previously sentenced to 60 years in prison on federal child pornography charges.
http://
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11:44 AM - Jan 24, 2018
I find it difficult to get my head round the extent and duration of Nassar's appaling behavior. I can understand how it's easier for those in power to sweep difficulties under the rug, but to this extent? Kyle Stephens' testimony is chilling, here's an extract from NPR which omits some of the unpleasant specifics:
My parents were good friends with Larry Nassar and his wife Stefanie. So when I accused him — those details are super uncomfortable, as you can imagine — so I didn't divulge all of them. And so my parents ended up choosing to believe him and then kind of conversely them believing that I was a liar and that I would lie about something so horrific really created a huge rift in my family.
I've never been a parent placed in that awful situation but I hope that I would have realized that something was very wrong and even if I was very unsure of the veracity of my young daughter's story, I would at least have taken steps to keep her and her alleged abuser apart. Kyle Stephens' parents eventually believed her, but what horrible damage that must have done to the family dynamic.



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I would always believe my own children. I raised them to be trustworthy and I trust them implicitly.

(When my daughter was 7 I had the au pair slip a $5 bill under her pillow when she lost a tooth. My daughter woke up the next morning and recognized the fiver! Apparently she had given it to me in change. And then she accused me of being the tooth fairy. All of a sudden something clicked and she realized that Santa Claus wasn't real, either. And she was very angry with me for perpetuating a lie.)



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Sam the Centipede wrote:
Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:46 pm
I find it difficult to get my head round the extent and duration of Nassar's appaling behavior. I can understand how it's easier for those in power to sweep difficulties under the rug, but to this extent? Kyle Stephens' testimony is chilling, here's an extract from NPR which omits some of the unpleasant specifics:
My parents were good friends with Larry Nassar and his wife Stefanie. So when I accused him — those details are super uncomfortable, as you can imagine — so I didn't divulge all of them. And so my parents ended up choosing to believe him and then kind of conversely them believing that I was a liar and that I would lie about something so horrific really created a huge rift in my family.
I've never been a parent placed in that awful situation but I hope that I would have realized that something was very wrong and even if I was very unsure of the veracity of my young daughter's story, I would at least have taken steps to keep her and her alleged abuser apart. Kyle Stephens' parents eventually believed her, but what horrible damage that must have done to the family dynamic.
To say it damaged the family dynamic is a bit of an understatement. Later in the article, it says that Kyle Stephens' father committed suicide when he realized that she was telling the truth all along about what had happened.

This has been hard for me to follow this case, as I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. I have spent the last six years doing the work to heal and it is not easy. I have made great progress but I will never be who I could have been had that not happened. For this worm to rack up a string of 160 identified victims is beyond the pale.

I hope that the organizations who enabled this scum are sued into the ground and that the careers of the people who turned a blind eye go down in flames, as they are publicly disgraced.



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