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I’m very happy to see some gains for Dylan Farrow.

(“The low buzz of controversy that’s hummed beneath the filmmaker’s career for 25 years is becoming a roar.”)

As I have written here before, I believe her. And more people do too now, and the awareness of her case and story and the problems regarding the problematic investigations, the disappearance of evidence, the behind-the-scenes manipulations by Woody, and the fact that she was wrongly disbelieved simply because Allen is one of the biggest names in Hollywood is all being rethinked by some people, who are also asking themselves if she isn’t telling the truth and going up against an enormously powerful but nevertheless guilty pervert.

Dylan Farrow on speaking out against Woody Allen: “I thought things would change”

https://www.vox.com/culture/2018/1/7/16859962/dylan-farrow-woody-allen-golden-globes-2018-metoo-timesup

She recently tweeted: It’s Sunday. Four years ago, at the Globes in 2014, Woody Allen was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement. Four years ago I decided enough was enough and wrote an open letter detailing the abuse I sustained at the hands of Woody Allen. /1 I thought it would make a difference. I thought things would change. I learned quickly (and painfully) that my optimism was misplaced. His time wasn’t up. /2

Dylan Farrow, along with her brother Ronan, has continued to speak out against Allen, most recently in a December 7 LA Times op-ed entitled “Why has the #MeToo revolution spared Woody Allen?”

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You can see that this is a very divisive case that polarizes people just by reading the comments to every article that comes out on her case. Vox had a very good article with a long recap and recent developments on people’s perceptions of the case:

Why Woody Allen hasn’t been toppled by the #MeToo reckoning — yet

One of the reasons that people are easily polarized, and that the above article doesn’t mention is that the overwhelming majority of the people are never going to read in-depth all that happened with the case – all the documents, all the testimonies published, all the articles, all the comments, etc. And this makes a huge difference. If you just read one or two articles – which is the most most people will ever do – there is so little information. It’s like a jury that doesn’t sit through an entire trial, but just is given a few paragraphs of information and is then asked to make a decision. Of course, it’s going to be biased or a big guess – even if in the right direction.

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“Dylan linked her argument to the way that Weinstein and other powerful sexual assaulters in Hollywood had been protected:”

Although the culture seems to be shifting rapidly, my allegation is apparently still just too complicated, too difficult, too “dangerous,” to use Lively’s term, to confront.

The truth is hard to deny but easy to ignore. It breaks my heart when women and men I admire work with Allen, then refuse to answer questions about it. It meant the world to me when Ellen Page said she regretted working with Allen, and when actresses Jessica Chastain and Susan Sarandon told the world why they never would.

It isn’t just power that allows men accused of sexual abuse to keep their careers and their secrets. It is also our collective choice to see simple situations as complicated and obvious conclusions as a matter of “who can say”? The system worked for Harvey Weinstein for decades. It works for Woody Allen still.

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Indeed. Many people who say they are against child abuse and sexual violence are in actuality, frauds. They are never taken to task on their beliefs and attitudes that support these violence systems.

 

Amazingly someone has – for the first time that I am aware at least – written an article about how sexually violent homosexual and bisexual pigs are  that has been published in a major paper -and this, in a “gay bar – that is, a bar for turds of men who have a perverted attraction to other men.

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How does Harvey Weinstein happen? Visit a gay bar with me.

Take a trip with me. Imagine being gay, or queer, at a club, or a bar, with the lights turned down, the fog machines blowing. It’s around midnight. People are drunk or getting there. The groping starts. Shirts come off. Hands trace down backs and starts cupping butt cheeks.

Rarely is consent obtained or given beforehand. Occasionally crotches are groped. Occasionally quite aggressively. Some people let it happen. Some welcome it. Sometimes a joke is uttered by one of the parties: “Haha, I can’t help myself.” And sometimes people pull away. Sometimes they slap hands away. Sometimes friends step in.

But almost never are there consequences for this. There are no fights. No complaints to bouncers or a security guard. I have never seen anyone get kicked out of a bar for being too handsy. The same people are there, the next week, testing boundaries, stepping up the ladder of predatory behavior.

Marc Ambinder is a member of USA TODAY’s Board of Contributors and journalist-in-residence at the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law at the University of Pennsylvania.

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See? Normal for garbage of people. Normal for liberals. Normal for turds of LGBT people.

And true – I have never seen any complaints. How deformed must be the mind of a person for them to think this is normal? Well, once a person thinks homosexuality is normal, notice that thinking assault and harassment and violence are normal are just around the corner, if they weren’t there to begin with and the basis for them thinking that so many other perversions are normal.

I’ve had the disgusting personal experience of talking to a POS of a liberal woman – the mother of an 18 yr old (if I remember correctly) who took her son to a “gay bar,” since she loves “gays” and thinks “gay bars” are fun, and as they were entering the bar, a gay pig grabbed her son’s head forcefully and violently smacked his lips on the teen’s lips – right in front of her. She just laughed completely – and told her son “not to be upset” because these were “just gays being gays”. And she continued laughing recalling the whole episode.

How demented is that? I was so shocked and disgusted I couldn’t even speak. What was I going to say? If I had opened my mouth I would have attacked that woman in so many ways…

But for a pervert, nothing is perverted – everything is normal. The very own mother witnesses her son being assaulted by a gay pig and she stands there laughing. Now that’s a liberal for you.

These people are like a cancer in society.

 

Well, one good thing coming out of the Weinstein scandal + metoo + Hollywood/other industries harassment scandal is that some people started investigating homosexual/bisexual pigs – at least when the perp is ultra famous – such as Kevin Spacey.

And now here is another one:

Male Models Say Mario Testino and Bruce Weber Sexually Exploited Them

New York Times article – they seem to have talked to a lot of people. The reported testimonies sound credible. And additional factor going in the direction of credible is the NYT itself – I mean you cannot get more homosexual fanatic than this crap of a newspaper.

“The men recalled, with remarkable consistency, private sessions with Mr. Weber in which he asked them to undress and led them through breathing and “energy” exercises. Models were asked to breathe and to touch both themselves and Mr. Weber, moving their hands wherever they felt their “energy.” Often, Mr. Weber guided their hands with his own.”

“I remember him putting his fingers in my mouth, and him grabbing my privates,” said the model Robyn Sinclair. “We never had sex or anything, but a lot of things happened. A lot of touching. A lot of molestation.”

After Weinstein Scandal, a Plan to Protect Models OCT. 23, 2017
In accounts going back to the mid-1990s, 13 male assistants and models who have worked with the photographer Mario Testino, a favorite of the English royal family and Vogue, told The Times that he subjected them to sexual advances that in some cases included groping and masturbation.

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“He was a sexual predator,” said Ryan Locke, who succeeded Mr. Fedele with Gucci.

Mr. Locke said that when he told other models that he was going to meet Mr. Testino, “everyone started making these jokes — they said he was notorious, and ‘tighten your belt.’”

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And one thing to note here is how liberals – who have the mind of pigs regarding sexuality – are all so cozy with sexual harassment and assault. But what are they going to think if they think homosexuality and porn and promiscuity and prostitution are normal? Instead of being disgusted with all these things plus the sexual harassment – they joke and laugh.

And this is why I think it’s important for people to take note that thinking that homosexuality is normal is always part of a larger package of an ideology that supports and facilitates sexual violence and harassment.

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“Former assistants said that Mr. Testino had a pattern of hiring young, usually heterosexual men and subjecting them to increasingly aggressive advances.”

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See what turds of people homosexuals and bisexuals are? They love perversity and demeaning people and destroying anything that is healthy about sex.

““He shuts the door and locks it. Then he crawls on the bed, climbs on top of me and says, ‘I’m the girl, you’re the boy.’ I went at him, like, you better get away. I threw the towel on him, put my clothes on and walked out,” Mr. Locke said.”

““I was often made to feel uncomfortable on shoots, asked to massage Mario in front of other assistants, models and fashion editors.”

“One night after a dinner, Mr. Tillman said the photographer grabbed him on the street and tried to kiss him. A few weeks later, while on a business trip, Mr. Tillman met Mr. Testino in his hotel room. Mr. Testino demanded that the assistant roll him a joint, then threw him down on a bed, climbed on top of him and pinned down his arms, Mr. Tillman said. Mr. Testino’s brother came into the room and made the photographer get off Mr. Tillman.” “I was scared,” he said of the hotel room experience. “I didn’t know what was going to happen.”

Taber, a model who worked with Mr. Testino for much of the late ’90s and early 2000s (he used only his first name professionally), described Mr. Testino as a friend until he stuck his hand down the back of Taber’s pants, and showed up at his hotel room asking for sex. “He was a mentor who took it a step too far,” he said.

“Sexual harassment was a constant reality,” said Roman Barrett, an assistant to Mr. Testino in the late ’90s who said the photographer rubbed up against his leg with an erection and masturbated in front of him.

“He misbehaved in hotel rooms, the backs of cars and on first-class flights,” he said. “Then things would go back to normal, and that made you feel gaslighted.”

Another assistant to Mr. Testino, a decade later, said he had his pants pulled down and buttocks fondled while on the job. Yet another said that Mr. Testino masturbated on him during a business trip. Both were granted anonymity because they feared career repercussions.

Even those who worked for Mr. Testino without experiencing the most direct harassment were affected. “I saw him with his hands down people’s pants at least 10 times,” said Thomas Hargreave, a shoot producer who worked frequently with Mr. Testino between 2008 and 2016. “Mario behaved often as if it was all a big joke. But it wasn’t funny. And the guys being placed in these situations wouldn’t know how to react. They would look at me, like, ‘What’s going on? How do I deal with this?’ It was terrible.”

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I think that the last part also strikes at one of the horrible aspects of sexual harassment. It can be so profoundly damaging and disconcerting at the psycho-emotional level, even though in many situations, there is no physical violence. And this is something people must take note of.

The article also talks about that many victims are afraid to come forward because they fear retaliation. Which is why sexual harassment is such a cancer in society. Because powerful people almost always have the power to retaliate against victims who come forward.

And now for the million dollar question – how many liberals are going to shun this homosexual POS now that he has been denounced? My bet is on three. The remaining hundreds of millions of homosexual-loving pigs will continue kissing his behind.

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