Hi, again –

I haven’t been here in a while – just got busy again. Trying to find work (writing, editing, graphics, etc.), dealing with a lawsuit (got to fight for those rights!), and various other things. Ah, well…I’ll be here more in April –

I saw this on FB and had to include it here: https://www.facebook.com/theglobeandmail/videos/10153998154373904/?fref=nf.

Not reporting a harasser or rapist just protects them, and keeps the system weak. We have to DEMAND justice, even if the system seems uncaring. We have human rights – one of which is not to be attacked. It’s up to us to force the police, the courts, et. al., to take our situation seriously and DO THEIR JOBS. (If it was their wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, etc., who’d been harassed/raped, they wouldn’t just blow it off) Lawyers can (sometimes) help. Amassing people and marching can help. There are options. Make a fuss! It’s in our best interests to DO WHATEVER WE CAN! KEEP FIGHTING THE FIGHT!!!


About nhparry2288

I want to introduce myself and my book to you. I am N. Hope Parry, the woman who, in 1992/93 had three highly-publicized sexual harassment lawsuits – I sued ABC TV, AFTRA, and the Stage Manager of “General Hospital.” I won all three and went on to write a book about the topic, HOW TO AVOID/HANDLE/LITIGATE OVER SEXUAL HARASSMENT (I also gave seminars based on the information in my book). The book is now up on Booklocker.com, at http://www.booklocker.com/books/4397.html. So many people could be helped by this book - there is much information in it about what sexual harassment is, how to handle it, and what the laws are. Sexual harassment doesn’t only happen to people in Show Biz, though – I put a lot of stories in the book about my harassment experiences in other lines of work, also, so a broader audience can relate to it. At the same time, I made sure it's an entertaining read. I'm a writer, graphic designer, master gardener, freelance photographer, and cat lover. I live in L.A. and am working on starting a screenwriting career. I like to help people when I can - that's why I wrote the book. Learn from my experience. If you're lucky enough to have work, in this economy, don't spend one more day on the job without the information in this book. Knowledge IS power!
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