We need to use this as an opportunity to better ourselves
One of the core elements of being a man is learning how to accept yourself.
If the systems that allow such situations are to change, it will require a massive disillusionment with the two great lies on which empires of exploitation are built: that sexual liberalism is liberating, and that economic liberalism is moral.
While the rhetoric coming out of Washington has been decidedly lacking in empathy, statistics show it really shouldn’t be.
There are teenage boys who would never dream of doing the harm we are reading about or remembering.
For too long, the sexual misconduct of men has been thought of as strictly a woman‘s issue.
Another day, another set of allegations of sexual misconduct at the highest levels – and then the fallout.
It reveals your ignorance about the misogynist history of “witch hunting” and the importance of this present day reckoning.
Action, accountability, and healing in the post #metoo era.
“If I’ve done something wrong, I will fix it. I have to.”
In order to secure safety for all workers, new rules, regulations, protocols, and even laws must be established.
What better way to role model compassion than to offer it to someone who has been so disconnected that they have hurt others?
The deluge of sexual misconduct allegations hitting men in positions of power continued this week, with one of the most recently accused being Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), the longest-serving member of Congress.
Remember when Lorne Michaels said “SNL” didn’t riff on Harvey Weinstein because it was “a New York thing?” Well, former “SNL” writer Al Franken received no reprieve from the news cycle here.
The comedian has constantly made riffs about masturbation in his comedic material in the past.
Can we live with that? At this point I think our answer is crystal clear.