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Posted 30 November 2017 - 11:41 AM

The amount of Sexual Assault Allegations lately is astounding to me. Even as an occasionally comically pervy guy, I can't understand what the mindset of these guys are that makes them conclude that any woman is for the taking.

Unfortunately, I think it's getting to a saturation point where we become emotionally immune to news of someone else famous doing naughty in the workplace. I admit I've said some dumb things in past workplaces in a poor attempt to say something funny, but never hit on woman or even thought about getting physical.

Sadly, if we can elect a president or likely a senator that has done this, I'm starting to conclude that people don't really consider it a big deal beyond the 2 or 3 day news shock value.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 11:53 AM

It would be astounding only to a man.  At my first job in 1972, an attorney patted me on the ass. It would never have occurred to me to complain about that to anyone even though it was crude and inappropriate, especially coming from an attorney.

I soon decided I was going to be a movie star come hell or high water.  My tales from that adventure would fill a book.

What we are hearing in the media is only the tip of the iceberg.  Frankly, it's fifties'-style sex stuff.  The actual perversion and degeneratioi and decadency is way darker and deeper and worse than the human mind can comprehend.

Tell me, what male in his right mind would find sex with an infant appealing?

What is it about little boys that are a sexual turn-on?  Little girls?

We don't think this is a big deal because we think everyone has the right or is entitled to do whatever to whomever with little to no consequence.  We hear a lot of talk about dignity and self-respect but in fact have little to none of either one.  We have turned into a crass and crude and shameless society.

The future doesn't look bright if things don't turn around.

Edit:  Just so you know, the LAPD has a special task force for Satanic Ritual Abuse.  If you want to know details about this, look it up.  This is how far we've fallen, and it isn't an uncommon thing.  Let's not forget human sex trafficking as well.  It's a big business.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 03:10 PM

The rate it’s going we’re gonna need Chris Plummer clones until it becomes that Malkovich scene in Being JM.

Plummer as head of Weinstein, Today Show host, CBS/PBS talk show host, President, Minnesota senator and Stuart Smalley, Alabama politician, mogul of Def Jam...

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 03:40 PM

I used to be a model. High fashion. London. Between 2007-09. Started at 16. Ended nearly 19.

I was lured and raped more times than I care to mention. I no longer care to watch TV unless I know who will be on it. I avoid certain movies I know certain actors star in.

In 2008 I was told I was to go to Milan for a major good runway job. Got there. Never made the runway. My agent/lover/life-fcuker upper saw too it I spent the night with some big name star over there as he had connections. And I was the bait.

Three names are now in the media frenzy. I will not name names. But yeah. If the world of fashion taught me anything, it's to make sure you learn to never lose sight of yourself as you get older.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 03:45 PM

Very few people, famous or not, are "doing this" but the media will be sure and tell us about every one they can which makes it seem like all males are harassers or abusers.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 03:48 PM

View PostSegue Myles, on 30 November 2017 - 03:40 PM, said:

I used to be a model. High fashion. London. Between 2007-09. Started at 16. Ended nearly 19.

I was lured and raped more times than I care to mention. I no longer care to watch TV unless I know who will be on it. I avoid certain movies I know certain actors star in.

In 2008 I was told I was to go to Milan for a major good runway job. Got there. Never made the runway. My agent/lover/life-fcuker upper saw too it I spent the night with some big name star over there as he had connections. And I was the bait.

Three names are now in the media frenzy. I will not name names. But yeah. If the world of fashion taught me anything, it's to make sure you learn to never lose sight of yourself as you get older.
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Posted 30 November 2017 - 03:50 PM

View PostFordgalaxy, on 30 November 2017 - 03:45 PM, said:

Very few people, famous or not, are "doing this" but the media will be sure and tell us about every one they can which makes it seem like all males are harassers or abusers.

What is wrong with the media telling people about this? If a man is not doing anything wrong he has little to worry about.  And don't kid yourself about the number of people doing it.

Edited by blueschica, 30 November 2017 - 03:52 PM.


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Posted 30 November 2017 - 03:52 PM

View PostFordgalaxy, on 30 November 2017 - 03:45 PM, said:

Very few people, famous or not, are "doing this" but the media will be sure and tell us about every one they can which makes it seem like all males are harassers or abusers.
I very much disagree.  I think very few, if any, AREN'T doing it.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 03:57 PM

View Postblueschica, on 30 November 2017 - 03:48 PM, said:

View PostSegue Myles, on 30 November 2017 - 03:40 PM, said:

I used to be a model. High fashion. London. Between 2007-09. Started at 16. Ended nearly 19.

I was lured and raped more times than I care to mention. I no longer care to watch TV unless I know who will be on it. I avoid certain movies I know certain actors star in.

In 2008 I was told I was to go to Milan for a major good runway job. Got there. Never made the runway. My agent/lover/life-fcuker upper saw too it I spent the night with some big name star over there as he had connections. And I was the bait.

Three names are now in the media frenzy. I will not name names. But yeah. If the world of fashion taught me anything, it's to make sure you learn to never lose sight of yourself as you get older.
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Posted 30 November 2017 - 03:57 PM

We live in a very sick world.  We've always had sexual deviants, but we seem to have more of them now. I attribute that to the internet.

Before, you had to make an effort to find out about this stuff and risk the possibility of someone actually seeing you go into the local "adult book store" (which is what they used to call the places that had little booths in the back where you could go and watch your porn peep shows and do other stuff).

Today, you can have all this and more in the comfort of your own home.  No one will ever have to know.  Not even your wife.  Until, of course, the police come in and seize your computer for having child porn on it.

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View PostLorraine, on 30 November 2017 - 03:57 PM, said:

We live in a very sick world.  We've always had sexual deviants, but we seem to have more of them now. I attribute that to the internet.

Before, you had to make an effort to find out about this stuff and risk the possibility of someone actually seeing you go into the local "adult book store" (which is what they used to call the places that had little booths in the back where you could go and watch your porn peep shows and do other stuff).

Today, you can have all this and more in the comfort of your own home.  No one will ever have to know.  Not even your wife.  Until, of course, the police come in and seize your computer for having child porn on it.

I feel like me and you would be able to fill libraries with stories and our thoughts on all this.

Honestly you all saw me fall apart in an ugly way this year. Its been an odd sort of release seeing the media bite these bastards like this. Even more gratifying is seeing certain names pop up and be torn apart.

These men are not artists. They are flesh and blood heathens.

One in particular who hurt me bad has really been torn apart. I have spent years having anxiety attacks at the mere mention of a movie I know he starred in. Why? I loved it and I was passionate about it. When my agent in London told me I got a chance to meet him at the theatre he was a director of at the time my heart soared. I was a day shy of 17. A day.

Lets say turning 17 was heartbreaking. I still shudder at all this. How could I have been so naive and so impressionable at that age? I was no stranger to abuse before modelling. These men...and women...yes women...they know what sort of person to look for.

I was and still am in many ways emotionally vulnerable. It scares me how I can fall for the most obvious creep and not realise it. It scares me still how I rush to defend several of my abusers when it comes to the legal side of things.

But that is why in my present I have sought help.

But so many never get help. A big reason is they get blamed for causing the abuser to act in such a way.

I was told by the police my reputation suggested I was a rent boy. Is that even legal in my country? I have no idea but I almost got in trouble.

They knew how to cover their tracks.

Amd now all of a sudden everyone is actung like this is a shocking surprise. Its mostly the world of acting at this point, but give it time. I hope to see the world of fashion shake.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 05:00 PM

View PostSegue Myles, on 30 November 2017 - 04:42 PM, said:

View PostLorraine, on 30 November 2017 - 03:57 PM, said:

We live in a very sick world.  We've always had sexual deviants, but we seem to have more of them now. I attribute that to the internet.

Before, you had to make an effort to find out about this stuff and risk the possibility of someone actually seeing you go into the local "adult book store" (which is what they used to call the places that had little booths in the back where you could go and watch your porn peep shows and do other stuff).

Today, you can have all this and more in the comfort of your own home.  No one will ever have to know.  Not even your wife.  Until, of course, the police come in and seize your computer for having child porn on it.

I feel like me and you would be able to fill libraries with stories and our thoughts on all this.

Honestly you all saw me fall apart in an ugly way this year. Its been an odd sort of release seeing the media bite these bastards like this. Even more gratifying is seeing certain names pop up and be torn apart.

These men are not artists. They are flesh and blood heathens.

One in particular who hurt me bad has really been torn apart. I have spent years having anxiety attacks at the mere mention of a movie I know he starred in. Why? I loved it and I was passionate about it. When my agent in London told me I got a chance to meet him at the theatre he was a director of at the time my heart soared. I was a day shy of 17. A day.

Lets say turning 17 was heartbreaking. I still shudder at all this. How could I have been so naive and so impressionable at that age? I was no stranger to abuse before modelling. These men...and women...yes women...they know what sort of person to look for.

I was and still am in many ways emotionally vulnerable. It scares me how I can fall for the most obvious creep and not realise it. It scares me still how I rush to defend several of my abusers when it comes to the legal side of things.

But that is why in my present I have sought help.

But so many never get help. A big reason is they get blamed for causing the abuser to act in such a way.

I was told by the police my reputation suggested I was a rent boy. Is that even legal in my country? I have no idea but I almost got in trouble.

They knew how to cover their tracks.

Amd now all of a sudden everyone is actung like this is a shocking surprise. Its mostly the world of acting at this point, but give it time. I hope to see the world of fashion shake.

These men have to be stopped.  Instead, the lenient justice system lets them back out in the general population to do more harm.  That's only the ones who don't have the power and the money to buy their way out.

You're right, Segue.  It's sheer hypocrisy that everyone is acting surprised, or using that louse Streep's line "I had no idea!"  Bullshit.  There aren't any secrets in Hollywood.   Everyone is up everyone else's ass and knows who is doing what to whom and when.

As for D.C., it is a swamp.  Right, left or center - they're all in on it.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 05:04 PM

Celebrities are insane!

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 05:07 PM

View PostLorraine, on 30 November 2017 - 05:00 PM, said:

View PostSegue Myles, on 30 November 2017 - 04:42 PM, said:

View PostLorraine, on 30 November 2017 - 03:57 PM, said:

We live in a very sick world.  We've always had sexual deviants, but we seem to have more of them now. I attribute that to the internet.

Before, you had to make an effort to find out about this stuff and risk the possibility of someone actually seeing you go into the local "adult book store" (which is what they used to call the places that had little booths in the back where you could go and watch your porn peep shows and do other stuff).

Today, you can have all this and more in the comfort of your own home.  No one will ever have to know.  Not even your wife.  Until, of course, the police come in and seize your computer for having child porn on it.

I feel like me and you would be able to fill libraries with stories and our thoughts on all this.

Honestly you all saw me fall apart in an ugly way this year. Its been an odd sort of release seeing the media bite these bastards like this. Even more gratifying is seeing certain names pop up and be torn apart.

These men are not artists. They are flesh and blood heathens.

One in particular who hurt me bad has really been torn apart. I have spent years having anxiety attacks at the mere mention of a movie I know he starred in. Why? I loved it and I was passionate about it. When my agent in London told me I got a chance to meet him at the theatre he was a director of at the time my heart soared. I was a day shy of 17. A day.

Lets say turning 17 was heartbreaking. I still shudder at all this. How could I have been so naive and so impressionable at that age? I was no stranger to abuse before modelling. These men...and women...yes women...they know what sort of person to look for.

I was and still am in many ways emotionally vulnerable. It scares me how I can fall for the most obvious creep and not realise it. It scares me still how I rush to defend several of my abusers when it comes to the legal side of things.

But that is why in my present I have sought help.

But so many never get help. A big reason is they get blamed for causing the abuser to act in such a way.

I was told by the police my reputation suggested I was a rent boy. Is that even legal in my country? I have no idea but I almost got in trouble.

They knew how to cover their tracks.

Amd now all of a sudden everyone is actung like this is a shocking surprise. Its mostly the world of acting at this point, but give it time. I hope to see the world of fashion shake.

These men have to be stopped.  Instead, the lenient justice system lets them back out in the general population to do more harm.  That's only the ones who don't have the power and the money to buy their way out.

You're right, Segue.  It's sheer hypocrisy that everyone is acting surprised, or using that louse Streep's line "I had no idea!"  Bullshit.  There aren't any secrets in Hollywood.   Everyone is up everyone else's ass and knows who is doing what to whom and when.

As for D.C., it is a swamp.  Right, left or center - they're all in on it.

You know I spent a decade striving to stay alive with the weight of all this. The year I fell apart, the year abuse gave me another knock on the door, is the year I found myself and found help.

I have shed so many tears recently. Some for myself. Some for the thought there are kids going through the exact same process as me. And not being to stop it.

How can I? I really want too. I write anonymously for a charity in the UK called SurvivorsUK. I use mh social media to raise awareness and encourage others to speak up, or share, or have hope.

I cry at the thought that being born into a body many deem to be enticing was turned, not into a blessing, but into a curse.

So many reasons I have to be happy. Accepting my past is the past has finally come around. Its truly painful. But its come.

And to see the media swirling all these stories around, it doesn't give me hope that I WILL get justice. It gives me hope that beautiful and talented kids with a vision and a hope may have a lesser chance of having their youth, their pride and glory, violated.

I would give anything to have my body feel like my own again.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 05:27 PM

View PostSegue Myles, on 30 November 2017 - 05:07 PM, said:

View PostLorraine, on 30 November 2017 - 05:00 PM, said:

View PostSegue Myles, on 30 November 2017 - 04:42 PM, said:

View PostLorraine, on 30 November 2017 - 03:57 PM, said:

We live in a very sick world.  We've always had sexual deviants, but we seem to have more of them now. I attribute that to the internet.

Before, you had to make an effort to find out about this stuff and risk the possibility of someone actually seeing you go into the local "adult book store" (which is what they used to call the places that had little booths in the back where you could go and watch your porn peep shows and do other stuff).

Today, you can have all this and more in the comfort of your own home.  No one will ever have to know.  Not even your wife.  Until, of course, the police come in and seize your computer for having child porn on it.

I feel like me and you would be able to fill libraries with stories and our thoughts on all this.

Honestly you all saw me fall apart in an ugly way this year. Its been an odd sort of release seeing the media bite these bastards like this. Even more gratifying is seeing certain names pop up and be torn apart.

These men are not artists. They are flesh and blood heathens.

One in particular who hurt me bad has really been torn apart. I have spent years having anxiety attacks at the mere mention of a movie I know he starred in. Why? I loved it and I was passionate about it. When my agent in London told me I got a chance to meet him at the theatre he was a director of at the time my heart soared. I was a day shy of 17. A day.

Lets say turning 17 was heartbreaking. I still shudder at all this. How could I have been so naive and so impressionable at that age? I was no stranger to abuse before modelling. These men...and women...yes women...they know what sort of person to look for.

I was and still am in many ways emotionally vulnerable. It scares me how I can fall for the most obvious creep and not realise it. It scares me still how I rush to defend several of my abusers when it comes to the legal side of things.

But that is why in my present I have sought help.

But so many never get help. A big reason is they get blamed for causing the abuser to act in such a way.

I was told by the police my reputation suggested I was a rent boy. Is that even legal in my country? I have no idea but I almost got in trouble.

They knew how to cover their tracks.

Amd now all of a sudden everyone is actung like this is a shocking surprise. Its mostly the world of acting at this point, but give it time. I hope to see the world of fashion shake.

These men have to be stopped.  Instead, the lenient justice system lets them back out in the general population to do more harm.  That's only the ones who don't have the power and the money to buy their way out.

You're right, Segue.  It's sheer hypocrisy that everyone is acting surprised, or using that louse Streep's line "I had no idea!"  Bullshit.  There aren't any secrets in Hollywood.   Everyone is up everyone else's ass and knows who is doing what to whom and when.

As for D.C., it is a swamp.  Right, left or center - they're all in on it.

You know I spent a decade striving to stay alive with the weight of all this. The year I fell apart, the year abuse gave me another knock on the door, is the year I found myself and found help.

I have shed so many tears recently. Some for myself. Some for the thought there are kids going through the exact same process as me. And not being to stop it.

How can I? I really want too. I write anonymously for a charity in the UK called SurvivorsUK. I use mh social media to raise awareness and encourage others to speak up, or share, or have hope.

I cry at the thought that being born into a body many deem to be enticing was turned, not into a blessing, but into a curse.

So many reasons I have to be happy. Accepting my past is the past has finally come around. Its truly painful. But its come.

And to see the media swirling all these stories around, it doesn't give me hope that I WILL get justice. It gives me hope that beautiful and talented kids with a vision and a hope may have a lesser chance of having their youth, their pride and glory, violated.

I would give anything to have my body feel like my own again.

The internet has many stories of those who had their youth stolen from them by older men.  There's a lengthy video that's pretty good (Edit: Just checked for this video to give you the link - Youtube [the thought police] had it removed.  It's gone.)  One of the perps fled to and is still in your country.

The music industry isn't much better.

Check this out:  http://www.ronpaulfo...ia-in-Hollywood

Edited by Lorraine, 30 November 2017 - 05:31 PM.


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Posted 30 November 2017 - 10:14 PM

Hollywood's full of scumfucks and it's no surprise. I'm only surprised that this was ever surprising to anyone. LA is a cesspit.

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Posted 30 November 2017 - 11:06 PM

View PostSegue Myles, on 30 November 2017 - 05:07 PM, said:

View PostLorraine, on 30 November 2017 - 05:00 PM, said:

View PostSegue Myles, on 30 November 2017 - 04:42 PM, said:

View PostLorraine, on 30 November 2017 - 03:57 PM, said:

We live in a very sick world.  We've always had sexual deviants, but we seem to have more of them now. I attribute that to the internet.

Before, you had to make an effort to find out about this stuff and risk the possibility of someone actually seeing you go into the local "adult book store" (which is what they used to call the places that had little booths in the back where you could go and watch your porn peep shows and do other stuff).

Today, you can have all this and more in the comfort of your own home.  No one will ever have to know.  Not even your wife.  Until, of course, the police come in and seize your computer for having child porn on it.

I feel like me and you would be able to fill libraries with stories and our thoughts on all this.

Honestly you all saw me fall apart in an ugly way this year. Its been an odd sort of release seeing the media bite these bastards like this. Even more gratifying is seeing certain names pop up and be torn apart.

These men are not artists. They are flesh and blood heathens.

One in particular who hurt me bad has really been torn apart. I have spent years having anxiety attacks at the mere mention of a movie I know he starred in. Why? I loved it and I was passionate about it. When my agent in London told me I got a chance to meet him at the theatre he was a director of at the time my heart soared. I was a day shy of 17. A day.

Lets say turning 17 was heartbreaking. I still shudder at all this. How could I have been so naive and so impressionable at that age? I was no stranger to abuse before modelling. These men...and women...yes women...they know what sort of person to look for.

I was and still am in many ways emotionally vulnerable. It scares me how I can fall for the most obvious creep and not realise it. It scares me still how I rush to defend several of my abusers when it comes to the legal side of things.

But that is why in my present I have sought help.

But so many never get help. A big reason is they get blamed for causing the abuser to act in such a way.

I was told by the police my reputation suggested I was a rent boy. Is that even legal in my country? I have no idea but I almost got in trouble.

They knew how to cover their tracks.

Amd now all of a sudden everyone is actung like this is a shocking surprise. Its mostly the world of acting at this point, but give it time. I hope to see the world of fashion shake.

These men have to be stopped.  Instead, the lenient justice system lets them back out in the general population to do more harm.  That's only the ones who don't have the power and the money to buy their way out.

You're right, Segue.  It's sheer hypocrisy that everyone is acting surprised, or using that louse Streep's line "I had no idea!"  Bullshit.  There aren't any secrets in Hollywood.   Everyone is up everyone else's ass and knows who is doing what to whom and when.

As for D.C., it is a swamp.  Right, left or center - they're all in on it.

You know I spent a decade striving to stay alive with the weight of all this. The year I fell apart, the year abuse gave me another knock on the door, is the year I found myself and found help.

I have shed so many tears recently. Some for myself. Some for the thought there are kids going through the exact same process as me. And not being to stop it.

How can I? I really want too. I write anonymously for a charity in the UK called SurvivorsUK. I use mh social media to raise awareness and encourage others to speak up, or share, or have hope.

I cry at the thought that being born into a body many deem to be enticing was turned, not into a blessing, but into a curse.

So many reasons I have to be happy. Accepting my past is the past has finally come around. Its truly painful. But its come.

And to see the media swirling all these stories around, it doesn't give me hope that I WILL get justice. It gives me hope that beautiful and talented kids with a vision and a hope may have a lesser chance of having their youth, their pride and glory, violated.

I would give anything to have my body feel like my own again.
Your writing for Survivors UK sounds so important, for other survivors reading it and also yourself! I sometimes forget to tell you how much I admire your strength and resiliency; you're awesome. Take care.

Edited by blueschica, 01 December 2017 - 12:48 AM.


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Posted 01 December 2017 - 02:47 AM

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I used to be a model. High fashion. London. Between 2007-09. Started at 16. Ended nearly 19.

I was lured and raped more times than I care to mention. I no longer care to watch TV unless I know who will be on it. I avoid certain movies I know certain actors star in.

In 2008 I was told I was to go to Milan for a major good runway job. Got there. Never made the runway. My agent/lover/life-fcuker upper saw too it I spent the night with some big name star over there as he had connections. And I was the bait.

Three names are now in the media frenzy. I will not name names. But yeah. If the world of fashion taught me anything, it's to make sure you learn to never lose sight of yourself as you get older.
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Posted 01 December 2017 - 08:04 AM

My one hope is that this exposure doesn't become so common that everyone becomes complacent about it; 'oh that's just hollywood, or whatever'. There should be exposure to the truth...shine the light on the cockroaches and make them run.

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Posted 01 December 2017 - 08:09 AM

View PostHemiBeers, on 01 December 2017 - 08:04 AM, said:

My one hope is that this exposure doesn't become so common that everyone becomes complacent about it; 'oh that's just hollywood, or whatever'. There should be exposure to the truth...shine the light on the cockroaches and make them run.
I have wondered why they are doing this and that possibility ran through my mind.

It wouldn't be surprising since we have been conditioned to accept anything and allow ourselves to be brainwashed into thinking it's normal.




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