Six Caucasian Celebrities Accused of Sexual Assault, & Rape

Let me begin this blog by stating that there is nothing shameful or embarrassing when a man asks a woman out with the intent to sleep with her. No man should feel uncomfortable about his honest desire to have sex with a woman. The question is, does that woman feel the same way about the man? She might or might not be interested in sexual congress with him or anyone. In that case, the man should back off and move on without humiliation or guilt. She could be married, in a committed relationship, or a lesbian. He could be hideous. This woman could have experienced a life where dozens of men have deceived her on a repeated basis. She may be only seeking a career, or merely there to do her commission and leave. The Oprah Winfrey and Gayle Kings of the feminist press should recognize that consensual sex is a practical reality of life.

We live in a world where persistence is the key to success. How far can a man go before he crosses the line?”

Adult men are free to have sexual desires. A single, separated or divorced heterosexual male has a right to enjoy consensual sex with women to whom he feels an attraction. I think it is necessary to affirm that I’m not here to sex-shame anyone. But, in the proven case of sexual assault, pedophilia, or rape, Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King should report all the facts. Men are natural pursuers. That’s why we’ll always be the ones to stop a beautiful woman. We can ask a gorgeous colleague to come to our apartment after work. A rich man could hire a woman to have sex with her. I guess it could be perfectly legal and socially tolerable for men to offer something in exchange for his romance with a pretty woman..

Society does not burden women with the duty of following the opposite gender for sex. The man proposes, and the woman gets to say yes, or no. If she says yes, everything is perfect and exciting. If she says no, then boo! No means no. Stop means stop. Then again, we live in a world where persistence is the key to success. How far can a man go before he crosses the line? These are some of the reasons why dating is always tricky for men. The call itself may not be disrespectful. The woman may have grown tired of more than a few men bidding her in such a manner. Her disdain for that type of approach is what makes it wrong. That is because we respect both opinions. So, where do men cross the line?

Merriam-Webster defines rape as an “unlawful sexual activity, and usually, sexual intercourse carried out forcibly or under threat of injury against a person’s will or with a person who is beneath a certain age or incapable of valid consent because of mental illness, mental deficiency, intoxication, unconsciousness, or deception.” Womenshealth.gov defines sexual assault as “any sexual activity or contact that you do not consent to. Sexual assault can happen through physical force or threats of force or if the attacker gave the victim drugs or alcohol as part of the assault. Sexual assault includes rape and sexual coercion.” Clearly, we are talking about situations when the man forces his agenda. The question is, what if there is no force?

Social media activists, YouTubers, and Bloggers have criticized the modern feminist agenda of the press, the MeToo, and Time’s Up movements. That’s because they dishonor masculinity, ridicule the nuclear family, and…”

We live in a time when new campaigns have emerged with unique determinations. The MeToo and Time’s Up movement have served as whistleblowers on sexual assault, pedophilia, and date rape. Psychology Today describes pedophilia as “an ongoing sexual attraction to pre-pubertal children. It is considered a paraphilia, a condition in which a person’s sexual arousal and gratification depend on fantasizing about and engaging in sexual behavior that is atypical and extreme. Pedophilia is recurrent and intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviors involving sexual activity with a prepubescent child or children—generally age 13 years or younger—over at least six months.” It is admittedly true, that we live in a crazy world. 

Radical feminism mutated into Cultural feminism. YouTubers smeared the term feminism and turned it into a negative connotation. Bloggers (like me) have questioned whether feminism has captured the female sex (as a whole) when there are women who do not identify with them. Social media activists, YouTubers, and Bloggers have criticized the modern feminist agenda of the press, the MeToo, and Time’s Up movements. That’s because they dishonor masculinity, ridicule the nuclear family, and show double standards in their pursuit of gender equality. When people began to shun those who identify as a feminist, they changed their name.  In their rebranded identity, they set their sights on celebrity icons.

I do not condone rape or sexual assault. And the narrative on the streets is that the MeToo movement implemented a “Cancel Culture” through social media and the court of the public’s opinion. The play is direct; they’d research popular men who have made catcalls if they’d asked a colleague out on a date or slept with a significant number of women. And then they launched accusations against the men. Those who used their position of wealth, fame, power, (or as opportunity gatekeepers) for sex became 21st Century monsters. It is even more peculiar since these movements dwell on sex-shaming of men and gratify all accusations before the victim has their day in court. It is almost similar to how the black community reacted to George Zimmerman or the Grand Jury after it does not indict a police officer who murdered an unarmed black person.

If you get my drift, this current wave of feminism seems to be focused on sexual allegations. Bolstered via dozens of feminist journalists, the MeToo and Time’s Up movements became the new consciousness. The only intricacy is whenever they choose a new mark to “Cancel,” it seems that a target is always a black man. It goes that if you are a celebrity, a slew of women can accuse you of sexual assault or rape. Without having your day in court, the feminist press and MeToo or Time’s Up movements engage social media to tarnish the credibility of the person whom the women have accused without evidence. Many people are afraid to question the accusers because of the MeToo movement, and the feminist journalists accuse investigators of blaming or shaming the victim. The new rule is to believe every accuser, even if they have no evidence.

Give them the benefit of the doubt and ruin the reputation, marriage, and career of the men that they have accused. We get it; rape is a serious crime. Sexual harassment and assault are grave crimes. These crimes are so severe that if you are a successful man and someone accuses you of them, you automatically lose everything – forever. Droves of women have claimed that men have a problem. Many identify any female accuser as a victim. The feminist media launched attacks on Michael Jackson, Bill Cosby, O.J. Simpson, Russel Simmons, R. Kelly, and Kobe Bryant. There was no evidence against Bill Cosby, Michael Jackson was acquitted, and the courts dropped the case against Kobe Bryant. Still, the feminist journalist, MeToo, and Time’s Up movements persist that these men are criminals. Are there any Caucasian celebrities with similar accusations?*

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