Rape Culture Versus Political Theater

The Ochelli Effect 12-14-2017 Carmine Savastano

Far more than 50 shades of gray on this topic. Rape Culture versus Political Theater are in the news and on the minds of many.
Author Carmine Savastano addresses with Chuck the complex issues connected with the #MeToo movement. Is it growing to a point that it may become a self-defeating paradigm?
Is everything boiling down to legal battles over rather subjective claims, Is being accussed enough to justify action that is destructive to the alleged predator? This is by no means a fully developed conversation.
Is the extreme bias on behalf of alleged victems taken too far ? Or Not Far enough?? A poke in the shoulder becomes something different depending on who is doing the poking?
Where is this all headed ? Is there a scale by which one type of act may be weighed heavier than another , or are all unwanted , uninvited sexual acts created equally?

Rape Culture Versus Political Theater

Carmine’s Section

Reference 1: Michelle Ganley, (December 12, 2017), Powerful men accused of sexual misconduct: A running list, Click 2 Houston, click2houston.com
Reference 2: Roman Polanski: judge rejects request from victim to dismiss rape case, (August 18, 2017), The Guardian, theguardian.com
Reference 3: Mick Krever and Sophie Tatum, CNN Exclusive: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand calls on Trump to resign, December 11, 2017, cnn.com
Reference 4: Ryan O’Hare, (March 2, 2016) Shame isn’t necessarily a bad thing! Emotion evolved as a ‘survival mechanism’ to protect us from damaging friendships, Daily Mail, dailymail.co.uk
Reference 5: Kasie Hunt and Alex Johnson, (December 13, 2017), Chuck Schumer slams forged sex harassment documents as a ‘phony allegation'”, NBC News, nbcnews.com
Reference 6: Taylor Lorenz, (December 4, 2017), Facebook is Banning Women for Calling Men “Scum”, The Daily Beast, the dailybeast.com
Reference 7: Jonathan Oosting and Kim Kozlwski, (December 11, 2017), House speaker:MSU prez should resign over Nassar, The Detroit News, detroitnews.com
Reference 8: Jennifer Peltz, (December 11, 2017), Will misconduct scandals make men wary of women at work?, Associated Press, apnews.comhttps://apnews.com/d2f8656d20fc4dfda89831fa77f6dd84/Will-misconduct-scandals-make-men-wary-of-women-at-work?

Chuck’s section

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Only reasonable resilutions to the current trend will prevent this issue from becoming the subject of future Sinister History Discussions in Chuck’ Opinion. Perhaps MGTOW is not so crazy after all?

Rape Culture Versus Political Theater


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Rape Culture Versus Political Theater