I don't think you understand the nature of backlash..Micelli_Illuminatti wrote: ↑Oct 30th, 2017 6:27 pmOn the next episode, Kevin Spacey. The part of the Toronto Star that I thought was funny was when the "House of Cards" show gets cancelled (due to Spacey), but the show's producers showed up on set once this made news, to "make sure the actors and crew continue to feel safe and supported."
Essentially: "I'm going to fire you cast and crew, even though it's not your fault, but here, I'm going to make sure you feel safe and supported." Well, if you want them to feel safe and supported, give them other jobs!
Also, here's my prediction for generations to come: as part of their job contract all aspiring actors/musicians/etc., they will have to contractually consent to any and all form of sexual contact with anybody.
That newfangled discussion a few years back about getting someone's "verbal consent" before having sex with them or else rape? Think of that.. but on a bigger and more comically Ned Flanders level.
So like.. consent to speak to someone.. consent to speak to someone about something sexual.. consent to look at another person in their presence (or else sexual assault), and so on.