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Jennifer McCreight 21 Aug
Good thing JT is engaged so I can stop begging him to not use his speaker/staff status to get laid with 18-22 year old SSA members at cons!
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Matt Dillahunty 23 Aug
wow....
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John-Henry Eric Beck 23 Aug
A tweet which I just saw a bit ago called slut shaming (on FB).
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Jennifer McCreight 23 Aug
It's not slut shaming, it's him abusing his power, acting unprofessionally, and ignoring critique
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Matt Dillahunty 23 Aug
abusing power? The power of being popular? Was he making promises or something unethical?
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Jennifer McCreight
The cons this were at has specific policies against speakers sleeping with attendees. Power differential muddles consent
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Matt Dillahunty 23 Aug
violating con policy is not what you accused him of.
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Matthew Facciani 23 Aug
if true, why wait to bring this behavior up now?
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Jennifer McCreight 23 Aug
@mattfacciani I thought he was someone who would change. I was blinded by friendship. And didn't feel safe naming names til
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Jennifer McCreight 23 Aug
@mattfacciani now. And that's the last thing I'll say. My statement stands.
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Matthew Facciani 23 Aug
Including the age range seems unnecessary if the issue was solely regarding a conference policy.
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earl mcbakersfield 23 Aug
Either he slept with people who wanted to, or he raped them. If this is about rape, say it. if not. fuck off.
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Oscar Romero 23 Aug
No it does not. Being a speaker at a con does not give you any extra power that could "muddle" consent.
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Ryan Grant Long 23 Aug
@mattfacciani Bullshit. You're pissed at him so you embarrassed him in public for revenge. You're sick.
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Skepdigger 23 Aug
, that policy objectifies attendees. It removes their agency and assumes that they can't reason for themselves. jennifurret
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Matt Dillahunty 23 Aug
Oh I oppose policies like this. But if they're in place and you violate them, that's still an issue.
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Dan Marshall 23 Aug
@mattfacciani "didn't feel safe"? What does that mean? You owe an apology. Poor form on your part.
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Skepdigger 23 Aug
Agreed, terrible policy. And what would be the punishment for violation? Wear a large red A?
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Brian Fields 23 Aug
All we have is the motives of someone who has decided she has real reasons to attack JT. Not OK.
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