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US to Prohibit NDA Clauses Against Harassment Allegations

The CBC is reporting Weinstein abuse allegations prompt U.S. lawmakers to try to ban non-disclosure deals. Specifically, they are attempting to prohibit clauses that prevent disclosure of sexual misconduct. Sexual harassment and assault allegations against high-profile public figures have raised questions about … Continue reading

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Are Men Who Avoid Women at Work Being Childish?

According to a writer in the Metro, a free daily newspaper I sometimes read on the train, yes. She writes: Men, the answer is to grow up – not avoid women. Calling all men! In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual … Continue reading

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Rape Culture Hysteria: Goodbye Good Men

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the Guardian has an article that claims that For some men, rape just isn’t a big deal. While I believe that some non-legal definitions of harassment aren’t worth worrying about, the idea … Continue reading

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Should We Boycott Hollywood Over Harvey Weinstein?

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal, fellow Canadian Stefan Molyneux published a video explaining why he is boycotting Hollywood movies as a matter of conscience. In this post, I’m going to explain why I’m not going to … Continue reading

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