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The forgotten religious roots of #MeToo

27 July 2020

7:54 PM

27 July 2020

7:54 PM

A bathrobe-clad Harvey Weinstein raped starlets, or tried to, during meetings he’d arranged with them in his hotel room. He’s currently in prison. Paedophile Jeffrey Epstein paid underage girls for massages at his palatial Palm Beach estate—and then sexually abused them.

The gory details of that case are spelt out in Netflix documentary Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, guaranteed to attract an even larger audience given the recent arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s long-time associate and, according to his accusers, the one who groomed many of them.

Given the deluge of #MeToo stories over the last few years, I’m no longer surprised at...

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