This insightful reblogged post raises a number of salient points worth considering: 1. If we really want to stop violence against women, we need to instill discipline and appropriate values in our sons so that they will act more responsibly. 2. Women to expect respect must act with some self-respect. Women also need to act more responsibly. The sexually irresponsible woman will invite bad behavior from some males. And, 3) There is more to the “me too” movement than many realize as this quote from the post suggests: “Everything that has happened since then only reinforced the view familiar to readers of this blog, which is that #MeToo is an ideologically based power grab that masquerades itself as an agent of social justice.” It appears that men are to be forced out of positions of power in our society. Read on . . . .
By Eugène E.
It is sometimes said that a revolution is a self-cannibalizing event; it typically devours itself. Almost a year has passed since the #MeToo movement burst into the annals of history. While to call it a revolution is rather flattering – a revolution sweeps away the old order and imposes a new one, and #MeToo is not quite there – the zeal with which it erupted was revolutionary in nature, and its effects could be sufficiently far-reaching yet. But some might wonder whether #MeToo hasn’t started to devour itself. The movement was certainly dealt a blow recently, when it emerged that the actress Asia Argento, one of its doyennes, had paid a tidy sum (just under $400,000) to a man young enough to be her son, following a complaint made by the young man that the actress had engaged in just the kind of behavior that made #MeToo…
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