Rose McGowan is famous again, and victim of her bullying has killed herself | Page 3

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  1. AnGrYcRoW I've done .... questionable things .

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    It was a cheap shot, Melania has taken up the issue of on line bullying, a good cause that she can do a good job bringing more attention to .
     
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  2. AnGrYcRoW I've done .... questionable things .

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    Boom
     
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  3. Happiness Silver Belt

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    So long as I have my copy of Indecent Proposal my fapping is safe; being a "leftist cuck" and all.
     
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    I agree with all of what you just wrote, but it also implies a responsibility in the telling of one's own story. If Rose McGowan was raped, which it seems as though she was, any conflated claims that she makes involving other people other than herself and her rapist that negatively impact those third-party subjects are potential wounds that she herself is responsible for. Similarly, any information that is publicly disclosed about third-party subjects and their ordeals are wounds that Rose has partial responsibility for. These are things worth considering when we assign blame, and blame is not a zero-sum game, despite how many people treat it. Adding blame to Rose for embellishing stories or disclosing private information that was not hers to disclose does not, in any way, reduce the incredible amount of blame that is, and should be, on Harvey Weinstein for his disgusting actions.
     
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  5. Sara Answering injustice with justice.

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    Scream was over 20 years ago, so yeah she's aged.
     
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  6. UncleJosh Yellow Belt

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    She also had work done on her face which was botched and severed a facial nerve.
     
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  7. chokeyou Derp de doo

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    Well put. Being a victim isn't a free pass to publicly bully and destroy people who didn't victimize you.
     
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    I dont know, but she is hideous looking now. What happened to hot Rose McGowen?

    Also, props for the Jun Kasai AV
     
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  9. EL CORINTHIAN Brown Belt

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    It's so sad.
    Rose Mcgowan went from this
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    to this
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  10. Bloodworth Silver Belt

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    This is the effects of hollyweird .

    Her brain was gone a long time ago from the stuff she saw being associated with hollyweird.

    That industry literally destroys children.

    If the actors are not part of it they all look the other way.

    That is why any message out of hollyweird , like who they think should be president, should only be met with laughter.
     
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  11. gspieler Red Belt

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    It's amazing how no longer being relevant can change your ideaology.
     
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  12. MicroBrew Gold Belt

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    How exactly is this Rose's fault?
    Are you saying victims should shut up, because someone might kill themselves ?

    The blame lies with Weinstein and the Hollywood establishment.

    The victim should have given her account, instead of killing herself. Maybe she was exhausted or felt guilty or was simply to depressed to function anymore, who knows??
     
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  13. Bloodworth Silver Belt

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    That is when she was owned like a slave.
    These musicians and actors are under contract and told by a team of rich shady investors and producers how to style their hair, what clothes to wear. Hair and makeup for hours before being seen in public.

    That is what breaks them too, not being able to make even those simple choices for years.

    And when they can, they go nuts and shave their heads.

    Dress and style themselves completely different
     
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  14. gspieler Red Belt

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    No one forced them to get into an inherently dehumanizing business. Even at the top, they still have the choice of being vocal about these matters, but they don't, because they don't want to give up their spot at the top. It's only after they're no longer relevant do they become self-righteous.

    It is textbook hypocrisy. They use a system that is known to be sleezy and amoral, to get rich and famous. Then turn around and start a war against the very system they exploited. They are essentially pretending to have morals when it's convenient for their careers and egos.
     
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  15. Bloodworth Silver Belt

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    Some hypocrisy
    Some fear of leaving Due to threats
    Some enter on their own
    Some are forced in by parents .

    It's a messed up industry not worth the money or fame .
     
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    Yes. Its not like she just became aware of this 10 years past her peak market value. If you exploit the system to your benefit, you have no business calling it out. Especially if you only decide to do it after that system decides it no longer wants you market you as a top shelf entity. This chick is an opportunist. The ones who were talented, but rejected the system because of its sleeziness, are the actual victims. That, and children forced into the industry by overcompensating parents.
     
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    She was in a cult as an adolescent
     
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  18. thechoice2 Silver Belt

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    How was it rape if she consented to it then regretted it afterwards or am I missing something?
     
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  19. PainIsLIfe Gold Belt

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    I've posted this before, but whatever happened between her and Weinstein happened in '97 - yet here are pictures of them together much later:
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    Forgive me for thinking she doesn't seem too distressed to be standing beside her "rapist".
     
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  20. gspieler Red Belt

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    Getting booked for A-list roles has a way of surprising one's principles, apparently.
     
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