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When Women Aren’t People

Chloe Dykstra’s essay was a shock to me, and then it wasn’t. I didn’t want the manipulative and abusive behavior to come from the person about whom we all knew she was writing. On the heels of one of Arouse’s very own pieces regarding abuse in Hollywood, I didn’t want Chris Hardwick to be one… Continue reading When Women Aren’t People

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A Response To The #MeToo Movement: We’re Going To Lose Some of the Good Ones

Recently, when asked about the effect the #MeToo movement has had on male celebrities and their professional lives, I had a peer make the comment, "We're going to lose some of the good ones." Confusion erupted. "Lose them? Didn't they do this to themselves." "The good ones? Nothing about them is good." "If you say… Continue reading A Response To The #MeToo Movement: We’re Going To Lose Some of the Good Ones