I mentioned in the Netflix thread that I was going to post a thread on Weinpig and all of the other allegations that were coming out of Slimywood/Hollyweird a while back (and also after the Kevin Spacey thing broke). I decided against it at the time. Both were kind of t;ldr for one, and also because both threads kind of devolved into venting that got too personal/TMI and made me feel uncomfortable - which is often what this subject does. This is a very vast and complicated topic on so many levels so I'll try to keep it as focused as possible. I'll see how the thread develops and I may become more incidentally forthcoming. No, I'm not an actress, lol. Anyway, I think it's very worthy of discussion. Maybe it will help someone, and that's not a bad thing. Firstly, witch hunts are terrible. They have completely destroyed innocent people when it comes to sexual assault, molestation, and rape accusations. It hardly matters in many instances if you've been acquitted or if the accuser recants. Good luck getting your life back. And, people who falsely accuse others damage the general view towards true victims of assault and abuse (thanks, Tawana Brawley). The motivation for false accusations aren't always as they seem (another complicated animal, but perhaps that will develop in here as well). I just wanted to say that, because it's fair and it's true and needed to said. I'd like to add that Spacey is innocent until proven guilty - and he may never be charged with anything - but thank you, Anthony Rapp. It's just indicative of an even bigger ball of shit. Corey Feldman may be a little woo-woo, but I believe him, even if only 10% of what he's been saying for years is true. Nobody cared. As I said before, I'm just shocked that people are shocked about stuff like this. It's been a plague since the first images hit celluloid. As a side note, hugs to Laveranues Coles. It was incredibly brave for him to come forward. I truly admire him for doing that. http://www.espn.com/nfl/news/story?id=2165781 http://www.ebony.com/entertainment-...nues-coles-on-black-boys-and-the-silence-of-c So anyway, how timely . . .