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The lighter side of sexual harassment

Cecily Strong, Saoirse Ronan, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, and Leslie Jones pose as pop princess in a music video about sexual harassment
This been the damn world.

(Is there a lighter side? Eh, why not.) The women of Saturday Night Live bring us a scathing bubblegum pop anthem letting those men bewildered by the recent sexual harassment allegations know that WOMEN LIVE IN A HELL OF MEN WHO CAN’T KEEP THEIR HANDS OR THEIR LIBIDOS TO THEMSELVES, AND NOW YOU’RE INVITED.

Now House of Cards is ruined, and that really sucks. Well, here’s a list of stuff that’s ruined for us.

Incidentally, it looks like House of Cards might actually not be ruined, because it looks like Netflix is ditching Kevin Spacey and moving forward with the show with Robin Wright in the lead. Looks like the whole “ditching predatory men and replacing them with women” might be working just fine.

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  1. Pink and lollipops is so appropriate. My “me too” moments started at AGE 4 when the pink birthmark on my neck was reinterpreted as a “hickey” by a creep who unjustly believed that my father was using me: creep wanted in on the action. Attempts were made throughout childhood by other creeps and stopped around age 14 when hickey became a sign of ownership by a boyfriend. Welcome to Hell, indeed.

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