Amphiist 26: Sexual harassment in Hollywood re Aziz Ansari

· Politics, Popular culture

There are many sides fighting to influence our world view

We need to listen to all of them (free speech)

Including what the mainstream media refuses to cover

The rest of us are entitled to our perspectives:

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Amphiist is a Greek word meaning looking at both sides

Amphiist (26)

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January 15, 2018                                Today in the...

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Mainstream media perspective

We’ve all heard of the various alleged cases of sexual harassment that have been going on in Hollywood over the past several months. The latest casualty is Aziz Ansari. The mainstream media’s position is that women should always speak up about sexual harassment, regardless of the merits of individual cases. #MeToo and #TimesUP hashtags are all over Twitter, representing the idea that enough is enough, and men should not be allowed to get away with sexually harassing women. This fits in with the anti-male narrative that the media currently encourages, without asking some hard questions about the women who make these claims.

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The Other Side

A woman who has been violently assaulted should report it to the police at one, and she deserves our sympathy.

That being said, looking particularly at the case of Aziz Ansari, where his accuser kept making flirtatious eye contact with Aziz throughout the evening. They went to his apartment. They both got naked, she gave him oral sex, and he returned the favour. At one point, he’s alleged to have said, “You must not hate me too much!”, because she was allowing him to be sexual with her.

Whatever happened to feminism? Women are such weak sisters now that they later turn a consensual sexual encounter into an assault, with no remorse that a man might lose his livelihood. This is why I have no sympathy for such women. If a woman isn’t self-aware enough to stop an encounter with someone while it’s occurring, she should stay home or only leave it with a chaperone, because obviously she’s far too idiotic to navigate the contemporary world herself.

The woman accusing Aziz wanted to be with a celebrity. But that apparently didn’t offer her enough attention. There are words for women like his accuser. Beautiful women, because they have men constantly complimenting them just to get them into bed, become entitled. They believe what the men are saying because they’re too dumb to realize the reality of what’s going on. What Aziz should’ve done is to not ask her what she preferred, but did what he wanted without regard for her feelings. The truth is, however, she would have enjoyed it more.

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  1. Arlene Allen

    Word, sister!! This movement seems to condone wome’s passive victimization! I learned better growing up in the 70s, and as someone who had been physically assaulted I know the difference. I’ve had horrible dates, including one where a guy tried to force himself on me… but I pushed him away and said no. Would I report this guy for assault? No. I did report the dentist, the therapist and the minister who assaulted me. A world of difference!

    • Jaclyn Holland-Strauss

      Exactly what I think! These women are looking for attention and they don’t care how many men’s lives they ruin in the pursuit of it.

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