Woody Allen has been spared by the #MeToo revolution because he is a Jewish icon who has been accused by a non-Jewish family member: Dylan Farrow.
“Let them learn that it is costlier to cover up assault, harassment, rape and violence,” the suit says. “Let them learn the hard way: wallet first.”
“I was hearing that Harvey’s sleaziness with women had escalated … and she was unwise to be so closely associated with him,” Tina Brown said.
“I’m Harvey Weinstein,” he would say. “You know what I can do.”
“I have two detectives in LA right now. I’ve sent them to Paris. I’ve sent them pretty much around the world.”
We may be at an inflection point, a moment when #MeToo becomes #WeToo. As a Jewish community, we need to focus on what comes next.
Stella Penn Pechanac, an IDF veteran, posed as a feminist activist to learn more about Rose McGowan’s accusations against Harvey Weinstein.
“Don’t be a sexual predator or a sex pest” is self-evident. “Don’t make unwelcome invasions of personal space or sexual jokes” is more complicated
“Deep down, we still cling to the notion that what an artist makes with her hands reflects what transpires in her soul.”
As fans of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” know, comedian Larry David is no stranger to flirting with the limits of good taste.