In the days since sexual harassment allegations came out against Harvey Weinstein, reports of similar behavior among men in Hollywood have been spilling out all over the place. Popular comedian Louis CK was the latest to be accused, when the New York Times reported last Thursday that multiple women said they were victims of his sexual misconduct. The very next day, Louis CK apologized, admitting that the accusations were, in fact, true. The Louis CK news was alluded to during the weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, a show which the comedian has actually been a regular host. Well, that’s awkward. Not as awkward, though, as using your power to harass women. Can we just send all the men in Hollywood to a sexual harassment seminar? It sounds like it’s about time for a refresher course.
By: The Point Staff
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