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    Sorry mods. I typed it before I saw the ban.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    They really couldn't speak up under the former administration.

    People like Harvey Weinstein, hero to Democrats and Liberals, were in charge of Hollywood.

    That seems to be changing...
    What about media? Ya know oreilly, Ailes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    They really couldn't speak up under the former administration.

    People like Harvey Weinstein, hero to Democrats and Liberals, were in charge of Hollywood.

    That seems to be changing...
    What democrats have called Harvey Weinstein a hero? I didn't even know who the fuck he was. Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacy will face a court of law. That's what democrats do. Republicans Elect their sexual deviants like Trump and this cradle robber below.

    Roy Moore initiated sexual encounter when she was 14, he was 32. Moore — now the Republican nominee in Alabama for a U.S. Senate seat.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/inves...=.16946f8a6507

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    Women Are Speaking Up About Harassment And Abuse, But Why Now?

    But most everyone I interviewed for this story says the real catalyst has to do with the infamous Access Hollywood video released by The Washington Post last year, in which Donald Trump brags about grabbing women. That tape rankled a lot of women — and then, during the presidential campaign there were also allegations of sexual misconduct against Trump.

    "Trump has reinvigorated feminism and the women's movement in a way that nothing has done for decades,"....



    Will 2018 be the next ‘Year of the Woman?’


    Since Mr. Trump took office, women are paying more attention to politics than men, according to a Pew Research Center poll released last month. Fifty-eight percent of female respondents said they were following politics more closely, compared to 46 percent of male respondents.

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    In a recent study by American University and Loyola Marymount University, researchers found that so far this year, the number of women running for office has not dramatically changed from previous years. But the report, titled “The Trump Effect,” found that a quarter of the women who have jumped into politics in 2017 began to consider running for office only after Mr. Trump’s election.


    But on a night that saw a record number of female candidates, and major wins by women in Virginia, what do the results tell us about women and politics? We see three takeaways.

    The results of a Politico/American University/Loyola Marymount University poll from May 2017 help explain why women may have so strongly backed Democratic candidates on Tuesday.

    The survey found that 70 percent of Democratic women were “appalled” by Trump’s victory, more than two-thirds were “shocked” by it, and more than half reported feeling “angry” and “depressed.” Nearly three-quarters of Democratic women reported “a sick feeling” when they saw Trump on the news. The women with the most visceral reactions were roughly four times as likely to engage politically after Trump’s victory than they were before it. For Democratic women in New Jersey and Virginia, casting a ballot may have represented yet another way to express their displeasure with Trump.

    The Trump effect goes beyond voters, however. Virginia and New Jersey also saw a record number of female candidates running for state legislative office. In Virginia, 53 women appeared on the ballot — an 18 percent increase from a previous record of 45. In New Jersey, the 79 women on the ballot also represented a high point, up nearly 10 percent from 72 in 2013.

    It’s well known that women are much less likely to run for office than men, and the overwhelming majority of candidates in both states Tuesday were indeed men. But many of the new Democratic women who chose to throw their hats into the ring this cycle attributed their candidacies to Donald Trump.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.bd59f8b20603

    So awesome - need more women in Congress
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    You truly are full of B.S.
    American's new religion: Moore-ality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    They really couldn't speak up under the former administration.

    People like Harvey Weinstein, hero to Democrats and Liberals, were in charge of Hollywood.

    That seems to be changing...
    .....and another thing. Look what Republicans do now. When accusations come out on Moore the Republicans attack the Women. It's pretty obvious who your Hero's are. Not to mention you elected a Perv to the highest office in the land.

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