here is my entire “A Story Like Mine” poem from today’s #WomensMarch2018 in NYC tw: rape / assault. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/l3fji73woMShe took the stage at the Women’s March in New York City and no one can stop talking about the poem she recited. And the reason why kills me — because so many of us have been in these situations. Women have a silent understanding of the things we’ve endured — and it seems that this silence is moving from a look, to a whisper, to a talk, to a scream.
I was traveling through Greece in my 20’s when my travel companion caught a bad case of food poisoning. I’d stayed with her for days, but when she was on the mend, I decided a solo walk into the southern beach town where we were staying was in order. I came upon a cute taverna with outdoor seating by a quaint fisherman’s pier. I took a seat and ordered dinner. The restaurant’s maitre d’ also happened to be the owner’s son. He was a charming and gorgeous Greek man, around the same age as me.
Harvey Weinstein was slapped while exiting a restaurant at a Paradise Valley resort last night. According to TMZ, the slap happened in Elements restaurant at the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa in Paradise Valley. Is that where millionaire predators go to hide out from public scrutiny? A fucking spa? I hate everything. TMZ is truly doing some good work today. Here’s Harvey’s latest work, starring his oil-stained shirt, pathetic face, and scared recoil. Oh, and some drunk dude.
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