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Amber Tamblyn: I’m not ready for Louis CK and other sexual harassers to be redeemed

  • In a New York Times essay, Tamblyn writes that it’s not the time to talk about the salvaging of male careers that have fallen due to sexual harassment. “We’re in the midst of a reckoning,” she writes. “It’s what toxic masculinity’s own medicine tastes like. And people should allow the consequences to unfold, regardless of how it affects those they consider to be friends. The only way to enforce seismic, cultural change in the way men relate to women is to draw a line deep in the sand and say: This is what we will no longer tolerate. You’re either with our bodies or against our bodies. The punishment for harassment is you disappear. The punishment for rape is you disappear. The punishment for masturbation in front of us is you disappear. The punishment for coercion is you disappear.”

    TOPICS: Amber Tamblyn, Louis CK, Sexual Misconduct