Harvey Weinstein is certainly not the first powerful man publicly and credibly accused of sexually harassing or abusing women in recent years.
But the outcry accompanying Weinstein’s downfall seems louder and more impassioned.
A WATERSHED MOMENT
That became clear on Sunday, when Facebook, Instagram and Twitter were flooded with messages from women who used the hashtag #MeToo to acknowledge that they had dealt with sexual harassment or assault.
Twitter promoted the #MeToo campaign on Moments, its platform of highlighted stories, and the hashtag went on to be used more than 500,000 times in its first 24 hours by people from all lines of work.
Those taking part included the singer Lady Gaga; the actresses Rosario Dawson, Anna Paquin and Evan Rachel Wood; and the poet Najwa Zebian.
COMING SOON: THE WEINSTEIN FALL
Announcing the next painting of my Preserved Present philosophy, this artwork about sexual harassment at the high levels of Hollywood will be completed in the coming months.
More information will be released as I get closer to the completion of this original painting.
However, as a brief teaser read bellow to discover some of the subjects that I'ld be exploring as I start to construct my composition.
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