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 Since Weinstein, here’s a growing list of men accused of sexual misconduct

In early October, reports surfaced that movie mogul Harvey Weinstein allegedly sexually harassed or assaulted multiple women over decades.

The public condemnation of Weinstein has seemingly emboldened others to come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against celebrities — with studios, networks and major companies responding — in what some have dubbed the “Weinstein ripple effect.”

Here’s a list of high-profile men who have been accused of sexual harassment, assault or both in the wake of the Weinstein scandal:
Matt Lauer was fired by NBC News,  Charlie Rose was fired by CBS NewsGlenn Thrush, one of the most prominent political journalists, was suspended by The New York Times,  Russell Simmons ...            (More)           
Trump Keeps Denying His Sexual Misconduct, But Calls Out Other ...
He still claims all the women who accuse him are liars, and now reportedly says the “Access Hollywood” tape is fake.    He went after Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) less than a day after news anchor Leeann Tweeden said Franken groped and inappropriately kissed her.   But when allegations touch an ally ― or himself ― Trump turns away. The president repeatedly dodged questions about Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore.

It was a page from his own playbook. Trump continues to deny accusations of his own sexual misconduct. More than a dozen women who have come forward against Trump are lying, the White House says.

And now, Trump is trying to cast doubt on recorded evidence of misconduct: the infamous 2005 “Access Hollywood” video that caught him bragging about sexually assaulting women to the show’s host, Billy Bush.    ((Man Up Mr. President, admit the truth for once...ed))   (More) 

Trump says he'll sue sexual misconduct accusers

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (CNN)Donald Trump vowed Saturday to sue the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct in recent weeks.

"Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign," Trump said during remarks in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. "Total fabrication. The events never happened. Never. All of these liars will be sued after the election is over."
He added that a "simple phone call" to major news outlets "gets them wall-to-wall coverage with virtually no fact-checking ever.
In the last two weeks, at least 10 women have come forward accusing Trump of inappropriately touching them. Their allegations came after a 2005 videotape surfaced of Trump bragging about being able to grope women and get away with it.
Trump often threatens to file lawsuits without actually doing so. Earlier this month, he threatened to sue The New York Times when it published assault allegations against him, but nearly two weeks later, he has declined to follow through.            (More)           
When Has Trump Been Accused of Rape or Attempted Rape? Allegations Include a Child, His Wife and a Business Associate

Related: Here's how Donald Trump could actually be impeached

The allegations arrived during a watershed moment in the country, as victims speak out in droves against powerful and dangerous offenders. But one man apparently slipped through the cracks just before America began this reckoning. Despite facing a flurry of allegations, Donald Trump became president.

Trump has been accused of rape and attempted rape a total of three times, once involving an alleged victim who was a year younger than Moore's accuser. ((13 years old))

In 1994, Trump went to a party with Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire who was a notorious registered sex offender, and raped a 13-year-old girl that night in what was a "savage sexual attack," according to a lawsuit filed in June 2016 by "Jane Doe." The account was corroborated by a witness in the suit, who claimed to have watched as the child performed various sexual acts on Trump and Epstein even after the two were advised she was a minor.

How Our Broken Justice System Led to a Sexual Harassment Crisis ...

Amid the latest wave of sexual harassment allegations, you might conclude, with some relief, that predators are finally being held accountable for long-repressed abuse. But while several men have lost their jobs, there’s been little accountability in a legal sense. Several cases reported in the media—from Harvey Weinstein to Kevin Spacey to Russell Simmons—would constitute crimes if proven, but thus far there haven’t been any indictments. In Weinstein’s case there have been reports of criminal investigations, but in general the #MeToo movement has played out in the press and on social media.

This makes many uncomfortable. Each story has its own particulars, but they all inspire demands for the same conclusion: effectively, banishment from the public square. Bill Maher warned against lumping in Al Franken’s alleged groping with Roy Moore’s alleged stalking of minors. The mantra to “believe women” bumps up against questionable accusations, such as assault allegations against Senator Richard Blumenthal that were made by what appears to be a Twitter bot. Social media doesn’t make allowances for legal concepts like the presumption of innocence , and it can justifiably lead to fears of mob rule or partisan exploitation            (More)           

I am not Someone’s Sister, Mother, Wife or Daughter: I am Someone, all on my Own.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTvSfeCRxe8need to “imagine if it were your wife/daughter/mother

Stassa Edwards, a new mother of a baby boy, has a really great piece on rape culture and how we teach our sons about consent. She notes that after reading about the Steubenville case, she asked herself for the first time, “How do I prevent my son from becoming a rapist?” And decided the answer is not as simple as we hope.

Like Stassa, when I watched that horrible video leaked by Anonymous of former Steubenville athlete Michael Nodianos joking about the assault, I was struck by the lone voice of a guy off-screen who repeatedly tries to make his peers recognize that they are talking about rape, and that rape is wrong. It is heartbreaking to hear him keep naming the action, emphasizing the word each time, expecting that will be enough to end the laughter. It is very telling that it isn’t. Nodianos doesn’t deny that it was rape; that’s the punchline of every joke–a dozen minutes worth of them.     >>>   

The Justice System and Aboriginal People

Women in Traditional Aboriginal Society TOP

Women traditionally played a central role within the Aboriginal family, within Aboriginal government and in spiritual ceremonies. Men and women enjoyed considerable personal autonomy and both performed functions vital to the survival of Aboriginal communities. The men were responsible for providing food, shelter and clothing. Women were responsible for the domestic sphere and were viewed as both life-givers and the caretakers of life. As a result, women were responsible for the early socialization of children.

Traditional Aboriginal society experienced very little family breakdown. Husbands and wives were expected to respect and honour one another, and to care for one another with honesty and kindness. In matriarchal societies, such as of the Mohawk, women were honoured for their wisdom and vision. Aboriginal men also respected women for the sacred gifts which they believed the Creator had given to them.1

In Aboriginal teachings, passed on through the oral histories of the Aboriginal people of this province from generation to generation, Aboriginal men and women were equal in power and each had autonomy within their personal lives.      (More)   

Colonialism, Genocide, and Gender Violence: Indigenous Women
Before reading any further, I feel obligated to warn you that this essay describes historical acts of torture, murder, rape, and other cruel and abhorrent acts perpetrated against indigenous Women.
Andrew Jackson . . . supervised the mutilation of 800 or so Creek Indian corpses -- the bodies of men, women and children that he and his men massacred -- cutting off their noses to count and preserve a record of the dead, slicing long strips of flesh from their bodies to tan and turn into bridle reins.

Native women have been targeted for abuse for another reason as well. Prior to colonization, Indian societies tended not to be male-dominated. In fact, many societies were matrilineal and matrilocal,

and Indian women often served as spiritual, political, and military leaders. When work was divided by gender, both men’s and women’s labors were accorded similar status. Violence against women and children was rare -- in many tribes, unheard of.

The egalitarian nature of Native societies did not escape the notice of the colonizers. It was a scandal in the colonies that a number of white people chose to live among Indian people while virtually no Indians voluntarily chose to live among the colonists. According to J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, "Thousands of Europeans are Indians, and we have no example of even one of these Aborigines having from choice become Europeans!"

Native societies were also a dangerous example to white women who wished to live free of patriarchy. Richard Hill has argued that the equal status accorded to women in Native societies "fueled some [white] men's hatred towards Indians. After all, they now had to worry about their prized possession being happier with savage Indians than with them."             (More)           


Audio -Video References
The following  are bread crumbs to assist in your Research

Hollywood Sex Scandals: Connected to the VATICAN 40:50 (VIdeO)
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The Sketchy Double Life Of Matt Lauer 6:01 (VIDEO)
Donald Trump Faces New Sexual Misconduct Allegations 4:02

Actress in Trump's 'Access Hollywood' tape reacts (full) 11:47

What's Really Going On With Tamron Hall  3:41 (VIDEO)
Survivor Of Sexual Assault Exposes Broken Justice System
3:52 (VIDEO)

"Me".I'm daughter, sister,wife,mom n most importantly I m"Myself"
 2:14 (VIDEO)

Violence against women—it's a men's issue: Jackson Katz at TEDxFiDiWomen 19:06 (VIDEO)
Ending violence against women with numbers and stories | Mary Ellsberg | TEDxFoggy Bottom 14:45 (VIDEO)
Activist: You Won't Find Justice in an Unjust System 9:25 (VIDEO)
How We Are Controlled and Why Most People Can't See It 55:32

The Trump Deception: Planned Collapse and World War III w/ Jeff
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