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After Weinstein, #MeToo themes in film, TV reflect wider cultural reckoning

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By Jill Serjeant

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The most disgusting thing about the Weinstein case is that most people in Hollywood are complete hypocrites. They denounce him but they all knew about it. Courtney Love called him out 15 years ago and was blacklisted for doing so.

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Dating a coworker is work.

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A reckoning was long overdue.

Hollywood and its hangers on (from all walks of life and professions) have been at it for decades, using the casting couch, sexual assault, lusting after teenagers etc. And they were enabled by some very, very powerful people.

One thing’s for sure, dating a coworker is suicide.

If one happens to be a serial rapists, yes, their day in court will come.

Only a nutcase would step on that minefield in this day and age.

Only someone who thinks HW is innocent would see it that way.

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What a dreadfully introspective and boring topic!

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Just learn to say no and mean it.

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Burning BushToday 07:01 am JST

One thing’s for sure, dating a coworker is suicide. Only a nutcase would step on that minefield in this day and age

This is true, and yet in the past one of the most consistent places couples met was at work - gonna be interesting in seeing this play out over the next ten years.

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