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Lock that chimp up!

Figured I’d chime in on everyone and their mother coming out against some celebrity fondling their dong or beaver. There’s a major difference between a current event and what happened 30 years ago. This isn’t saying that what happened 30 years ago is ok, it’s that if it bothered you so much then, that was the time to speak up. Not now when all your trying to do is get publicity and make money off it with the “pain and suffering”. This is what seems to be happening daily because a celebrity toeing sexual harassment boundaries happened a million times over the time span of “celebrity”.

Celebrity Examples

Top 5 Movie of All Time

Andy Dick had this to say:
I might have kissed somebody on the cheek to say goodbye and then licked them. That’s my thing—I licked Carrie Fisher at a roast. It’s me being funny. I’m not trying to sexually harass people.

Of course I’m going to proposition people. I’m single, depressed, lonely and trying to get a date. They can just say no, and they probably did and then I was done.

Am I the only one who thinks that this is normal behavior from Andy? It’s not right, but what are you seriously expecting from this guy? You want to lock him away so it never happens again? Is this worse than shooting someone or robbing them? Keep it in perspective.

Moving on to Kevin Spacey

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What movie?

Kevin Spacey loves to meet straight men at parties and events, and use his celebrity to lure them to after parties where he gets them drunk and high, and then suddenly tries to blow them. He’s another Bill Cosby. He’s well known in Hollywood for harassing male staff on productions. And he famously made a false police report a few years back after he was assaulted by one of the many men he’s tried to blow. He picks his victims perfectly, because what straight man would want to be famous worldwide for accusing Kevin Spacey of a sexual assault? And the staff he harasses on productions are too afraid of destroying their careers to say anything. Kevin Spacey is a disgusting scumbag.

Another Spacey Story

Hitler of Kevin Spacey?

“I went up to order a drink and Kevin came up to me and put his arm around me. He was telling me to come with him, to leave the bar. He put his hand on my crotch forcefully and grabbed my whole package.”

“This designates ownership.”

The story that brought the house down was when a man came forward after 30 years and said Spacey sexually assaulted him when he was 14. Spacey said that he was most likely drunk, it happened 30 years ago, and he’s gay. When someone comes forward after 30 years to say you sexually assaulted them when they were 14, you go to Twitter and divert the accusation by coming out of the closet. Well thought out.

The Internet Reacts

Adam Sandler With the Knee Grab

Is this that wrong? I don’t see it. The girl in this spot is WAY overreacting. He probably thinks she’s joking by the way he goes back to it. I honestly don’t even know what to think. It’s not like he’s getting sexual gratification and he’s a married man, so I’m not sure what type of moves he could ever be making in this scenario with people watching all around and this being a public video. This girl is someone who seems like they’d have no fun…ever.

Results

Rose McGown came out against Harvey Weinstein saying he raped her. He probably did based off of all the other people coming forward. How did that work out? Now she has a warrant our for her arrest on drug possession 8 months after it occurred. She says it’s a “load of horseshit” which I’m sure it is. 50 Cent said it best, “You shouldn’t throw stones if you live in a glass house, And if you got a glass jaw you should watch your mouth ,‘Cause I’ll break your face.”  This is how she dresses to award shows.

Harvey is a monster and I’d never side with his actions, but this comes to mind:

“The girl says “Oh uh-uh, wait a minute! Wait a minute! Just because I’m dressed this way does not make me a whore!” Which is true, Gentlemen, that is true. Just because they dress a certain way doesn’t mean they are a certain way. Don’t even forget it. But ladies, you must understand that is fucking confusing. It just is. Now that would be like me, Dave Chappelle, the comedian, walking down the street in a cop uniform. Somebody might run up on me saying, “Oh, thank God. Officer, help us! Come on. They’re over here. Help us!” “Oh-hoh! Just because I’m dressed this way does not make me a police officer!” See what I mean? All right, ladies, fine. You are not a whore. But you are wearing a whore’s uniform.”

Rape and sexual assault is wrong. Putting your hand on a woman’s knee during an interview can’t be a federal offense. If a girl put their hand on my knee, I’d be happy, not blowing my rape whistle. Coming forward after it happened is understandable if its pain that someone has placed on you and you’ve lived with years of anguish. What bothers me is the publicity. The people who are doing it for the wrong reasons are the problem because there are so many scenarios where you can say you’ve been sexually assaulted. I probably got drunk and wrote on Tinder to some girl that “I was looking for some action.” Is that wrong? Can written words be used against you? What if I said in person to some girl a revolting, advancing sentence? Now we’re toeing the line. And god forbid if I said that same sentence and touched her shoulder. What happens then?

Judgement and situational awareness have to be taken into considering when these types of accusations are being thrown around haphazardly. There are two sides to every story. If you’re at a party and get black out drunk, how much of the blame would you deserve for not being in control of yourself? To the people who read this and say that I’m taking this way too lightly, I get where you’re coming from. No one thinks this is a topic that shouldn’t be taken seriously. However, society is going down a bad path right now where lies and accusations rule the roost and I’m not sure how you can prevent that from happening. It’s probably been happening for decades, but with the internet and communication changing our world, be prepared for more of this to continue.

 

 

By | 2017-11-01T16:37:03+00:00 November 1st, 2017|My Brain|1 Comment

One Comment

  1. Sam Stortz November 2, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    This topic could be talked to death, but all I’ll say is it’s good people are coming forward (even if it’s 30 years later) and making these instances public. The more people that bring these up, the more comfortable people will be in the future bringing them up when they happen.

    It’s not a coincidence that 300+ women didn’t come out publicly against Weinstein when they had their encounters with him. They were scared because he’s a billionaire and they’re a no-name actress, the risk-reward doesn’t make sense. But when people come out in numbers, it makes the nay-sayers believe. That’s the only way the culture will actually change in Hollywood (or any other major industry where this is a problem).

    Sure there are cases where the line is blurred like Sandler. If 100 actresses came out and said “Adam Sandler touched my knee” the backlash wouldn’t be significant I don’t think. But clearly with cases like Weinstein, Spacey, etc. that’s way, way over the line.

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