Re: Lyndsey Parker and Amber Tamblyn suddenly speaking up about abuse they experienced – as long as they don’t give the names of their harassers/abusers, they’re protecting them. Not just their careers. And, in that way, they’re contributing to rape culture.
As I’ve said, both on this page and in my e-book (http://www.booklocker.com/books/4397.html), I was harassed/molested when I had an acting career. I risked everything and sued ABC TV, AFTRA, and the Stage Manager of General Hospital for sexual harassment. I felt like, if I didn’t say/do anything, it was like saying what was done to me was ok. It wasn’t. Anyone who’s not clear on what harassment or sexual assault is, needs to read that.
Bottom line: I endorse speaking out. As long as the criminals can get away with it, they will. Stop them by loudly and publicly reporting them. Period. Consequences might cause them to think twice before they commit a crime again. Possibly, not – especially with egotists like Trump – but not speaking out ensures protection for those criminals.
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