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    Telstar 62 Telstar 62 is offline

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    Women who protest about Weinstein and Trump, but not about Europeís migrant rape epidemic or Britainís Muslim grooming gangs, are not real feminists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Telstar 62 View Post
    Women who protest about Weinstein and Trump, but not about Europe’s migrant rape epidemic or Britain’s Muslim grooming gangs, are not real feminists.

    To be fair, plenty of complaints logged.

    But what's this? Harvey's invisible reach goes as far as MPs in her maj's parliaments =

    Revealed: Nine Tory MPs on the so called 'sex dossier' - with some included for already known relationships


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_W...exual_scandals

    This one will run and er, run and run
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    Do we want to go back to Parnell's time when politicians had to resign for consensual affairs? Im referring not to Weinstein but to the post above on the Westminister dossier which includes consenting relationships between adults.

    I think hysteria like this really demonstrates differences between the Irish and British political cultures. In Ireland noone cares who a TD/Senator is sleeping with as long as theirs consent. It is never really reported in the Irish press, despite a disgraceful attempt by own British own tabloid to make an issue of a FF cllr's gaydar profile a few elections ago. So to the people who question the wisdom of our seceding from the UK, thank your lucky stars that we have laws and a societal culture that respects the privacy of consenting adults. The Irish courts have held there is a right to privacy (McGee v AG Walshe case). The UK doesnt have a constitution and Parliament can do as it pleases sometimes to the detriment of the populace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Telstar 62 View Post
    Women who protest about Weinstein and Trump, but not about Europe’s migrant rape epidemic or Britain’s Muslim grooming gangs, are not real feminists.
    What women are protesting about Harvey Weinstein apart from his victims? Or do you think they should concern themselves with Muslims on another continent?
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    Looks like Morrissey isn't exactly on board with the whole #Metoo thing. 🤐
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    How the wall of silence works.

    There's been some talk, and criticism, of the many people ( men and women in the business) who knew of Harvey Weinstein's habitual behaviour and did not 'speak out'.
    A moment of empathy for them; view the unresolved distress of the late Rodney Bewes at a forty year rift from James Bolam, after relating a fairly innocent anecdote, which shows the eggshell character of the tender, if inflated, egos of those in the business, around which everyone else is tip-toeing.
    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/entertainm...cid=spartandhp
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    Weinstein collusion with the msm to cover up his perversions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JacquesHughes View Post
    There's been some talk, and criticism, of the many people ( men and women in the business) who knew of Harvey Weinstein's habitual behaviour and did not 'speak out'.
    A moment of empathy for them; view the unresolved distress of the late Rodney Bewes at a forty year rift from James Bolam, after relating a fairly innocent anecdote, which shows the eggshell character of the tender, if inflated, egos of those in the business, around which everyone else is tip-toeing.
    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/entertainm...cid=spartandhp
    Was reading about that feud in one the papers yesterday , that Bolam chap seems very bitter and well able to carry a grudge. He refused to allow repeats of 'the likely lads' so as the other lad could not get any royalties from them either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellie08 View Post
    What women are protesting about Harvey Weinstein apart from his victims? Or do you think they should concern themselves with Muslims on another continent?

    Are there any women saying they did the deed with Weinstein and it didn't do their careers any harm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fat finger View Post
    Are there any women saying they did the deed with Weinstein and it didn't do their careers any harm?
    Well there is this but I would take it with a grain of salt:



    or there is this which is kind of shocking:

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