a male columnist wrote. what do you think? has this been derailed as a straight up compulsive lying crusade against men? or all stories are honest?
- totally legit
- it gets me thinking
Most Helpful Guy
It's not. With any movement or cultural challenge, there are a few people who will use it as an excuse to do evil things. It has been in all kinds of situations: religions, political movements, racial movements, anti war protests etc. It does not reflect on the entire thing. For example, if I go do some terrible thing in the name of Christianity like violence, should it reflect on the entire religion? No, because I'm athiest and the religion doesn't support what I did. So if a few people use the #MeToo campaign to manipulate and hurt others, it's on them alone, nor the entire movement. Hell, I had to post #MeToo myself. So no, it's not a frantic witch hunt.
Most Helpful Girl
Honestly, I think most stories are probably honest. No one is getting anything from making allegations.
Well, I mean, Kevin Spacey got fired. But it made more sense to have Christopher Plummer in that role anyway.
And in my short career, I can honestly say that I’ve been sexually harassed in basically every job that I’ve had.
So I think that it’s legitimate.
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