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Janet Mock 11 Jan 15
Yes, Amy and Tina. Tell it on Cosby on NBC, nonetheless: "I put the pills in the people."
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Janet Mock
No, rape isn't funny, but Tina & Amy pointing out this horridness on the network where Cosby reigned is powerful.
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Janet Mock 11 Jan 15
Replying to @beatriceca
I saw their remarks as actually believing survivors by placing those words in his voice. Still, rape is not a laughing matter.
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Avital N. Nathman 11 Jan 15
Replying to @janetmock
amen. So much power in those jokes. Putting it out there in such a real way.
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Sheilah R. Sable 11 Jan 15
Replying to @janetmock
school 'em
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Neptune Blue 11 Jan 15
Replying to @janetmock
I like that they went after the topic as comedians.
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endora bullshit 11 Jan 15
Replying to @janetmock
i completely agree. jokes about power rapists hold, and using their image to mock them, isn't a joke at the expense of survivors
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Overdrawn At The West Bank 11 Jan 15
It's not funny, but the whole thing started with a joke from too. Comedy is powerful and must be free.
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Ris 11 Jan 15
Replying to @janetmock
they were poking fun at him not at the horrid acts he may have done.
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Jess ๐Ÿ๐Ÿง  11 Jan 15
Replying to @janetmock
โ€œ: No, rape isn't funny, but Tina & Amy pointing out this horridness on the network where Cosby reigned is powerful โ€
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sarah๐ŸŒ€ 11 Jan 15
Replying to @janetmock
uhhhhh
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