Culture of Blackmail

Jason

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This seems to become prominent as people get into the rich and even middle class. Anyway, it's the foundation of all the sex scandals in the news lately - something that went out of control going after less important stuff.
 

harpazo

Pure Mathematics
Give an example in your reply.
 

Jason

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Stuff that Harvey Weinstein was accused of is one. Another is stuff from Bill Cosby.
 

harpazo

Pure Mathematics

Jason

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In what way were they blackmailed?

No, they blackmailed their victims - the women. If they didn't consort to their wishes, they would have careers ruined.
 

harpazo

Pure Mathematics
No, they blackmailed their victims - the women. If they didn't consort to their wishes, they would have careers ruined.

In that sense you are right. Two very evil individuals.
 

Jason

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In that sense you are right. Two very evil individuals.

I'm not sure if evil, but just entitled. It's sort of like men who are sex tourists - and not just cause of disability. I mean, some men are deluded into thinking much of the world exists to please them sexually.
 

harpazo

Pure Mathematics
I'm not sure if evil, but just entitled. It's sort of like men who are sex tourists - and not just cause of disability. I mean, some men are deluded into thinking much of the world exists to please them sexually.

Mistreatment, abuse (sexual or not), threatening to terminate without reason, etc all stem from the evil that surrounds us without and within.
 

Jason

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Mistreatment, abuse (sexual or not), threatening to terminate without reason, etc all stem from the evil that surrounds us without and within.

But you see, now guys like that aren't getting away with it. That's the point. It's not about feminism or something, it's about the rich losing entitlement. In fact, it has nothing to do with males. Poorer guys simply don't have the cash to blackmail people - at least not in this country.
 
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