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Matt Walsh
Are you now saying that it’s actually not unethical for someone in a position of power to have sex with his or her subordinates?
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Farting Cricket Oct 28
Replying to @MattWalshBlog
Harvey Weinstein would be elated
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Joseph H Oct 28
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The same people that wanted to destroy Kavanaugh for drinking beer
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Replying to @MattWalshBlog
It's only OK if you agree with their politics.
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Kent Straith - Reclamation Begins In 14 Days Oct 28
Replying to @MattWalshBlog
Honestly.....people meet spouses at work. No, I don’t think β€œpower” factors into it that often.
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Brian L@NYLI Oct 28
Replying to @MattWalshBlog
Brett Kavanaugh Says What?
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Ann without an E ❇ Oct 28
Replying to @MattWalshBlog
It's only unethical when they come back and complain about it years later. Must include book deals, etc πŸ˜‰
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Natasha Oct 28
The worst of the lot is Eugene.
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Eugene Gu, MD Oct 28
Replying to @MattWalshBlog
Yes it’s unethical, I’m not denying that. What I’m saying is that we have weaponized human sexuality to such an extent on social media that due process, presumption of innocence, and basic fairness is gone. Defending a male in this situation would be impossible.
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Eugene Gu, MD Oct 28
Replying to @MattWalshBlog
This is the only situation, when a woman is on the chopping block, to reveal how far bullies have gone on social media to weaponize human sexuality in a very hypocritical and Puritan type of way without getting utterly destroyed.
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