post-Weinstein

post-Weinstein

Describing the period following the publicizing of sexual misconduct allegations against film producer Harvey Weinstein (initially in an October 2017 article in The New York Times), marked by an increase in public accusations of sexual violence and harassment, as well as swift reaction to and increased attention on such reports. In the post-Weinstein era, some powerful men are finally facing consequences for treating women as sexual objects.
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(5.) Post-Weinstein, These Are the Powerful Men Facing Sexual
But men have choices too, and in these post-Weinstein times they can expect to be judged on those choices.
Why haven't they been fighting for some sort of recognition of this behaviour?" She doesn't understand that women are coming forward now because the brave role models who shared abuse stories post-Weinstein gave them hope and courage.
If our post-Weinstein reckoning is to mean anything at all, our responses have to take a third form: Structural and grounded in the experiences of real-world women rather than discomfort projected on to those we imagine to be objectified.
While she's been happy to see a shift in the coverage post-Weinstein, she pointed to a need for continued progress.
In the post-Weinstein milieu we are now experiencing, one is a woman and the other a man who holds some level of power.
Lumley also stood up for French actress, Catherine Deneuve, who's been forced to apologise after signing an open letter calling the post-Weinstein campaign "a puritanical wave of purification".
THE POST-WEINSTEIN RECKONING WITH the allegations against Bill Clinton has created a generational divide among liberals.
There was no such worry at the opening ceremony, with veteran US director Martin Scorsese declaring the festival open alongside Blanchett, in an unusual gesture of equality in the post-Weinstein world.
SO, here we are in this post-Weinstein, post Cosby, #MeToo world.
In June, Glamour published a list of men implicated in sexual harassment scandals in the post-Weinstein era.
Lumley also stood up for French AaAaAeAe-actress, Catherine Deneuve, who been forced to apologise after signing an open letter calling the post-Weinstein campaign "a puritanical wave of purification".
As the first major awards show to confront the post-Weinstein landscape, they may have stolen some of the Oscars' thunder.
Kirsty added: "We should be under no illusions that, post-Weinstein, society has changed and that sexism, lad culture and violence against women no longer happens.