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NO ONE CARES WHEN WE DO IT, EITHER | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Trump tells a joke about grabbing woman by the vag, and media calls him a rapist for the entire election cycle. And no one cares?...
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Riiiiight.....
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"When you are a star they let you do it. You can do anything. Whatever you want. Grab them by the Pu$$y." - Donald Trump. Key word in this infamous quote is "Let You" implying the women who he may or may not have grouped allowed him to do so. So not **pe... But you keep dreaming man.
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LMAO! Right, because one needs to read so far between the lines with this ape.You're the one who's dreaming here, pal. If his statement implied that he actually obtained permission first, then there would be no need to brag because that's how every sexual encounter should go. Should we assume that he's so lacking in self-esteem that he would believe if it weren't for his celebrity status, he wouldn't be able to do these things with women? Was the missing part of this conversation where he talks about what an ugly mf he is? No. He's talking about entitlement that he enjoys due to his celebrity status which allows him to walk up to a woman and grab her private parts *without* prior permission, and not being punched out or arrested because he's famous. Wake up. Your boy is a douche.
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ROTFL!!! Of course he would have obtain permission before doing something like that. Or do you really believe a man of his status just goes around grabbing ladies like that, as if it were it were as normal as a handshake. The whole point of locker room talk you brag about things you could do, that you would actually never do in real life. (Example: Jim said he could whoop Conner Mcgregor's @$$) That's the point, to say something outrageous for a laugh. But if you really believe Trump does things like this, please find proof. So we can be outraged together... Should not be to hard with all these folks coming out about sexual assaults that happened like 30 years ago...
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A man of his status? You mean like that of President? Of course he would need permission *now*, especially with all the media coverage of celebrities sexually assaulting people. But the allegations against Trump go back a few years. I don't know what kind of proof you're looking for. Several women have come forward already and a former Apprentice contestant is suing him in court. You want to maintain this fantasy of Trump engaging in "locker room talk" go ahead. But he's been subpoenaed for documents relating to his victim and he's fighting it as we speak. What does he have to hide? I guess only time will tell... https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/listening-to-what-trumps-accusers-have-told-us
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Status as in millionaire. Most women don't say no to a wealthy New York businessman, celebrity or not. And I am well aware of several assault allegation against Trump, but until some actual hard concrete evidence comes out proving he [email protected] these women. I shall remain skeptical, especially with all the democrats, media, and far lefty activists that have tried to torpedo his campaign from the beginning. And as for Summer Zervos, the question is did he grab her inappropriately or aggressively flirt with her or just awkwardly flirt. Because any of those thing are considered sexual harassment these days. And again if proof does come out that he did assault these women I will be just as upset as you are now... Maybe not as much as you, because you are already flipping out. lol
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Meh, he said "celebrity" not millionaire. Not all celebrities are millionaires and not all women just flop over and spread their legs because a guy is rich. He was specifically speaking to his fame and how that allows him to walk up to a woman and "grab her by the p*ssy." Those are his words, not mine. I don't need to try to make excuses or find some alternate meaning in the subtext, it's right there. And considering the women that have come forward and what they've said that he's done, well his words seem like plenty of proof to me. I think the ones who are flipping out are the ones trying so hard to excuse and explain away his actions...
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You are right not all celebrities are millionaires and not all women open their legs for rich dudes. But a lot do, and being famous and rich is a deadly combination for any man out there. Especially with all the gold digging hoes out there... Example the most popular selling books for women are Twilight and 50 Shades of Grey. Both are book series about a girl falling in love dangerous, wealthy, and powerful men... Also a person's word is not enough for conviction, anyone can make an accusation. The burden is on providing proof. Which you have provided none... By the way Summer Zervos settled her lawsuit with Trump a long time ago, her most recent lawsuit was for defamation of character not sexual misconduct.
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Well there's Jessica Leeds who said he grabbed her boobs and tried to put his hand up her skirt during a plane trip, not to mention around 15 women have come forward over the past 20 years with sexual assault allegations against him. And yes, Summer is suing him now because he called her a liar on the campaign trail but I haven't seen anything about him paying her off in the past. Someone else he did, from what I can tell. As far as conviction goes, he hasn't been charged... yet. Honestly, I think one thing Trump said was true: that he could stand on 5th Ave. and shoot someone and his supporters wouldn't care.
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Sorry have been away for a while... I am sorry to hear that. I wish we live in a world were things like that never happen. That being said, you are not painting a very feminist view of women, being the tough, liberated, and independent (don't need no help from no man) gender. If you believe that women are truly equal to men, then they should have the fortitude to stand up for themselves and to these harassers. You seem to be arguing the opposite, that women need a nanny or some other parental figure around at all times to monitor them and make sure nothing bad ever happens. I even made a meme about ladies meeting with a man all alone- imgflip.com/i/1z783e ... Also there is nothing to my knowledge that is work or business related that a man would have to meet a woman one in one for. Things that could avoid these casting couch situations would be bringing an agent, friend, or some other work colleague with you. The old adage about not trusting strangers holds true for executives and producers too. I never trust anyone until they have done something to prove they are trustworthy. And any company a person works for where the manager solicits an employee for $ex, is not a place one should be working at anyway. But maybe you are right, women are not capable of making decisions and choices on their own. 1950s here we come... Now as for grabbing her by the boobies. I would say it depends on the situation. Was there some flirting or other mixed signals going on before hand and he read the situation wrong? Is it possible it was an accident? Or was he just trying to straight up [email protected] her? Since they were on a public airline logic would dictate he probably was not trying to [email protected] her. May have been trying to convince her to join the mile high club though. Also grabbing boobies is not [email protected]! Harassment? Maybe. A scumbag thing to do? Yes. But not [email protected] Finally last I checked, if a person is convicted of [email protected] they go to jail. And about 90% of men who are just accused of [email protected], not convicted or found even found innocent of the crime, life's are ruined because of it. And are cast out of society like lepers, as we can see from all the firings and show cancellations...
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Women shouldn't have to work up the fortitude to stand up against harassers. There should be no harassment to begin with! That's the point. Weinstein had ex-Mossad agents intimidating his accusers. That doesn't make it easy for someone to come forward. If you read up on what Darryl Hannah said about Weinstein, it was actually having someone with her that saved her on one occasion. Maybe nanny isn't the appropriate word. Maybe bodyguard is what you should be saying.My understanding of feminism is that women should be considered equal to men. The sad part is that we're not. I didn't say women weren't capable of making decisions on their own. I'm not talking about making decisions. I'm talking about men in superior positions exerting power over women and women being vulnerable. No one is going to go through that much trouble to make someone like Trump accountable for his actions if she didn't feel violated in some way. You want to give Trump the benefit of the doubt. I'm siding with the victims. I guess that's just the feminist in me...
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Again we agree, and I will say it again. I wish we lived in a world where things like this never happened and women were always treated right and as equals. But the unfortunate truth is that we do not, and through out more recent history [email protected] have always made up about 3% of the population (at least by U.S. crime statistics). I wish no one ever committed any crimes, assaults, or other atrocities, but that is not the world we live in... So you seem to be arguing that women need a strong male bodyguard around at all times. I always thought that was what fathers, boyfriends, and husbands were for. I mean that is kind of the whole point of a wedding, a father passing the mantle of provider and protector of his daughter to another man, but I digress... But I disagree it is a decision. If the women in question chose to remain in their career after the alleged incident, that does show a lack of moral fortitude. A money over ethics mindset, I would argue the same in the Trump allegations. If they settled outside of court, that only proves that she cares more about money than the truth. Now I am not excusing these awful sorry excuses of men, but unless they held these women down and/or beat and forced them to have $ex, it is basically a pity $ex negotiation. I would compare these men's tactics to a small dog humping a girl's leg.
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Reached the end of the thread, so this is a response to your last comment. Again I am against sexual assault and all crimes, no matter who does it. So as for the "he could shoot somebody and get away with it" comment, his die hard supporters maybe, but your average republican... No!!! As a conservative I want all people to be held to the same standards, especially when it comes to laws and justice. But Sexual assault is such a difficult crime to prove because their are usually only the two individuals to witness the incident. And I have no doubt that Trump may be a little too forward with women at times, I mean we are talking about a guy that help start the Miss Universe Pageant. But being too forward does not make the man a [email protected] And what some women find aggressive and creepy, others find confident and appealing. If we allowed women to arrest every douche bag or creepy guy that hit on them, I pretty sure 90% of men would be in jail. As for Jessica Leeds, I would like to know what the conversation was before the alleged incident. Was there some flirtation or other mixed signals going on before hand, or did he just grab her. And if he did assault her he should be punished. But you said his celebrity status gave him his entitlement to grab any woman he wants. This incident by her testimony occurred in 1980, his first Television appearance was in 1985 on an episode of The Jeffersons. Also her incident occurred on a crowed airplane, so she could have easily called for help or changed seats... Also it was clear from your first comment you are one of these far lefty activist I mentioned earlier. lol
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I'm actually a speaking as a sexual assault victim and a victim of sexual harassment in the workplace. I've worked in the entertainment industry and I've seen how the casting couch works, how these men in positions of power set up private meetings then make their move when no one else is around, how women feel helpless because they don't want to loser their job or their career...It's BS and it's been going on for too long. Maybe 90% of men would get accused. It happens far too often. I do agree that it's hard to prove because unless there's a surveillance camera or witness (which for predators, they know better than letting anyone see it), it comes down to he said/she said. But "too forward" is very vague. Is reaching over and grabbing a woman's boobs without her permission "too forward?" Hell yes! Is that **pe? Not by the definition as I've always understood it to be. The problem is that our society has allowed this for so long that a man's behavior gets excused away. There's no excuse for this. It has to stop.
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u r right.Trump talked about it and he is evil, Bill Clinton did those things and he is ok, That is very hypocritical of them
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