Rose McGowan On Hollywood Hypocrisy
All industries have their faults and nothing is perfect. But you have to search far and wide to find the kind of hypocrisy you’ll find in Hollywood. One minute it’s all smiles and that praying hand gesture, and then next they’re stabbing someone in the back or sexually assaulting someone. Or pretending it doesn’t happen in Hollywood. And no one ever hears the truth…until now.
Rose McGowan’s name has been a staple in the news cycle since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke in October, but she says she actually trademarked what has become her #MeToo army, the Rose Army, three years ago.
During a two-part interview on ABC’s Good Morning America that aired Tuesday, the actress told host Robin Roberts of her intention: “I wanted to see if I could make people — societally, including myself — 10 percent more awesome. The broader message is about thought and about looking at things. I realized, there are no lobbyists for critical thinking. There are no lobbyists for bravery.”
The Benham Brothers Homophobic Op-Ed
The Benham brothers are at it again, and this time it’s with an op-ed piece recently published.
The piece is titled, Mind-Blowing Plot To Sexually Confuse America’s Little Ones, where the brothers go after the school board about confusing little kids sexually. They got upset when the school board decided to focus on diversity in a multicultural society.
We’ve said it for years, and we’ll say it again now: The radical LGBTQ-plus agenda has gone from acceptance, to appreciation, to celebration and now to forced participation. Our kids all will be forced to participate in this revolution one way or another – regardless of what parents feel about it. To say this is indoctrination is putting it lightly. It’s deliberately sowing seeds of sexual confusion into the fertile minds of future generations, and it will be difficult to uproot.
U of Wisconsin: Hotbed of Sex Misconduct
Evidently, the University of Wisconsin is dealing with quite a few sex scandals. Here’s one of them…
A male student from University of Wisconsin-Green Bay claims an instructor repeatedly contacted on Grindr asking for a hookup. Not only that, but the instructor allegedly touched the student during class.
Sexual relations between professors and students are against the university’s policy. Not only that, but they can raise legal issues under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
There’s more here
. I don’t know how to comment on this one, but there are a few interesting comments with this link.
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