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Saturday, November 04, 2017 

Misogynists in the media

There's been news lately proving that journalists can be as evil as any other average misogynist committing sexual harassment/abuse:
With the news that Vox Media has dismissed two employees, including a high-ranking editorial director, it is becoming increasingly obvious that throughout our elite media — the very same media that told us “binders full of women” disqualified Mitt Romney from becoming president — there is a culture that enables the systemic sexual harassment and abuse of female staffers.

After a former employee accused the company of ignoring and even tolerating sexual misconduct, Vox Media fired editorial director Lockhart Steele late last month. The timing of Vox Media’s inaction and eventual action suggests that the company had no intention of doing anything … until this employee went public.

The Hollywood Reporter reports that, on Friday, another Vox Media staffer was forced to resign. This person remains unnamed, but a now-concluded investigation into the scandal forced this person to exit the powerful media company.
They should reveal the name, because we all have a right to know. For now, what's been proven in all the Weinstein fallout is that reporters can be very demented sexual monsters as well, explaining perfectly how sexual assault becomes so commonplace.

Update: since we're on the subject, there's been more news about the exposure of Kevin Spacey's dark closet skeletons, leading the cancellation of House of Cards on Netflix, and new attention is now focused on film director Bryan Singer. In the case of the former, it looks like his acting career is over. It remains to be seen what the latter's case will be like.

Update 2: John Nolte has some commentary about Rolling Stone.

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