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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Mr. Big (?) » Tue Sep 25, 2018 2:33 pm

Bill Cosby sentenced to 3-10 years in prison.
Cosby, 81, has also been categorised as a sexually violent predator, meaning he must undergo counselling for life and be listed on the sex offender registry.
Also, Cosby's publicist compared him to Jesus. I'm not making this up :-I
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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Madeline (?) » Wed Sep 26, 2018 7:32 pm

I can see the comparison, since they both died on a hill for no good reason.

I’m glad that Cosby at least is going to see some jail time.

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Mr. Big (?) » Thu Dec 13, 2018 12:54 pm

Eric Esquivel, who writes the comic book "Border Town" for Vertigo, was recently outed as an abusive creep.

Here's a statement from Ramon Villalobos, the comic's artist:

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Post by Pocket (?) » Tue Jan 01, 2019 5:19 pm

Something that came up yesterday: Most of the abuse scandals that came to light in the past year had been known about and whispered about for years, sometimes decades. Surely it eventually reached the ears of people who work for celebrity gossip magazines and shows. They had the chance to bust wide open one of the biggest stories in their entire history, and they chose to sit on it. What were they trying to protect? Their reputation? They're the fucking paparazzi. Everyone in the industry already despised them. The reputations of the abusers? Again, they're the fucking paparazzi. They've never cared about anyone but themselves. No, the most likely reason is that they had abusers of their own in the upper ranks, and were afraid that if something like #MeToo happened, they'd be next.

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Post by Juju&Lulu (?) » Tue Jan 01, 2019 6:35 pm

It's more or less a known secret that the reason even the most staunch opponents of MLK Jr. never went hard after him on his extramarital affairs was because they were afraid it would set a precedence for the media to go after them for theirs. so yeah this is nothing new.

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Mr. Big (?) » Tue Jan 01, 2019 8:19 pm

Sometimes it's a case of the news getting reported, but never gaining traction. Bill Cosby's predatory action has been reported in the news before, but nobody gave a shit until the Hannibal Burness skit leaked.
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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Mr. Big (?) » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:45 pm

Less than 2 weeks after John Lassetter left his job at Disney, Skydance Studio hired him to lead their animation division.

What the fuck?

EDIT: This Onion video sums it up:

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Post by minty (?) » Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:47 pm

He says he learned his actions may have unintentionally made some people uncomfortable. Yeah no. He's learned nothing. And why should he? He gets the job that puts him in a position to harass more women. What does he have to learn? By hiring him, this jackass studio is saying it's okay.

There's no way that he didn't know that hugging women against their will, staring creepily at them and so on didn't upset them. The boys club in animation needs to die already.

(I'm not saying don't hire male animators of course, just don't let this crap happen. And don't give me any of this talented genius nonsense. Being good at something isn't an excuse to be a creep.)

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Mr. Big (?) » Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:46 am

At this point, it feels like the #metoo momentum is dying if not already dead. We're probably going to see more of the harassers getting new work, even if they're no longer as big as they used to.
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Post by Pocket (?) » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:26 am

In other news, this just happened.
Callender's suit alleges that Pitchford "breached his fiduciary duties by exploiting Gearbox employees and property to fund Pitchford’s private cravings," and one portion of the suit makes two sensational accusations about Pitchford's behavior: that he accidentally left a selection of "underage" pornography on a USB stick at a restaurant, and that he used his company's money to host parties where "adult men have reportedly exposed themselves to minors, to the amusement of Pitchford."

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by SlateSlabrock (?) » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:11 am

On one hand, Pitchford confirmed he did leave a USB drive full of porn and company documents at Medieval Times, which is pretty damn stupid. Jesus, dude.

On the other hand, if his/Gearbox's statements are true, the lawyer also sounds like he's trying to imply more than the facts warrant. Calling it "underage" porn if it was "barely legal" is probably enough of a lie to backfire on the lawyer (even if Pitchford's defense is utterly groan-worthy).

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Madeline (?) » Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:23 am

Mr. Big wrote:
Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:46 am
At this point, it feels like the #metoo momentum is dying if not already dead. We're probably going to see more of the harassers getting new work, even if they're no longer as big as they used to.
This is kind of a strange assumption to make on the week where R. Kelly finally saw his career begin to implode, thanks to Surviving R. Kelly. As with Cosby, his awfulness has been an open secret for over 25 years, but it was always treated as a joke until very recently. Now everyone knows that he was holding underage girls as slaves in his mansion.

You were never going to see every single accused person held to account forever. Sure, it sucks that Lasseter is getting a new job, but I highly doubt that this new studio is going to have the reach and power of Disney. He’s an older man, this is a step down even if it isn’t the shunning he deserves, and the best years of his career are now over. LouisCK might be getting club gigs and gaining some right wings fans, but people are pushing back against him and his asshole stand-up-comic buddies trying to exonerate him in the media. He’s never again going to have the clout and influence he had a year and a half ago. Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good. Kevin Spacey is still facing charges. Harvey Weinstein goes to trial in May. More victims have been able to come forward and not have their stories buried and forgotten, even if it isn’t with the same speed as you saw in fall 2017. Do you think anyone would have dared to take on a platinum-selling pop star with a 6-hour documentary before #metoo? Not bloody likely.

You’re not going to get every win that you want to have. It sucks but you have to accept that and keep fighting anyway. Every win that you do get makes it easier to gain traction. But the point of activism is that it never ends, because you’re always going to have to fight against complacency and short memories and people wanting to undermine what you’ve accomplished.

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Post by Mr. Big (?) » Sat Jan 12, 2019 6:03 pm

Yeah, thinking it through, it did seem unrealistic that every single one of them will be held accountable, although you are correct about R. Kelly, and that while John Lasseter may have a new job, he no longer has the prestige as his old position at Disney and Pixar, and reactions from both the people inside animation and even the Paramount executives (they were not informed of the hiring until right before the news broke and are rather upset about it) makes it clear they won't tolerate his behavior anymore.

Sorry, didn't mean to sound cynical. I know I shouldn't assume the worst about everything, although at the same time I know we should all be cautious and pay attention.
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Post by minty (?) » Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:09 pm

The fact that a lot of people are calling this out on social media is a good sign. You get a few nerds saying "But he's responsible for my childhood!" here and there, but there's more backlash than positive comments about him (or rather, defensive.)

And yeah, I can understand being disappointed by the news about him being an abuser, but a lot of people worked on Pixar movies. The important thing is keeping out abusers in the future.

Once again, I think some of the defensiveness comes from "but if I like Toy Story, does this make me bad?" the same way it came with Ren and Stimpy, Loud House, etc. but there is a limit.

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by minty (?) » Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:35 pm

So this is pretty major, Funimation booted Vic Mignonga off their shows after many allegations about generally being creepy to young female fans. It's major because he was one of their biggest VA's, especially since Fullmetal Alchemist.

I've vaguely heard of this over the years, but this is the first actions I've seen taken against him.

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Perrydotto (?) » Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:31 am

Glad to see someone's finally taking all those accounts about Vic seriously. They kept coming up over the years, yet nobody in charge really seemed bothered to investigate. Hopefully this is the sorta stuff #MeToo has changed for the better.


On topic, this is a very uncomfortable but very informative and well researched watch on the subject of sexual assault of men, and how common jokes and ridicule about it are. Even to this day, a lot of popular media can't stop the "dropping the soap" jokes, and that has consequences.

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Post by Octavia (?) » Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:53 am

The end of the movie 40 Days and 40 Nights literally ends with the main (male) character getting raped and they play it off like it's no big deal. In fact, his girlfriend gets mad at him for it.
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Post by Perrydotto (?) » Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:16 pm

The video mentions that in a lot of cases, sexual assault of men is either played off as a joke or as just desserts. The latter trope is especially popular with gritty cop shows and action stories. Akin to, dohoho, that bad guy has to go to jail, and we all know what that means!

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Post by Mr. Big (?) » Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:45 pm

"Rape as revenge" is a really icky trope in general.

Thanks for sharing this video, Perry. Very informative.
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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Mr. Big (?) » Fri Feb 22, 2019 2:00 pm

We are starting to see some blowback for John Lasseter's hiring at Skydance. Emma Thompson quit her role in their first movie due to Lasseter's hiring.

In addition, Lightbox Expo dropped the sponsorship agreement with Skydance after many animation professionals complained about it.
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Post by Perrydotto (?) » Fri Feb 22, 2019 6:32 pm

Nice. At least some consequences.
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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Madeline (?) » Thu Feb 28, 2019 10:57 pm

Y’all need to read the letter Emma Thompson sent to Skydance when she quit:
As you know, I have pulled out of the production of “Luck” — to be directed by the very wonderful Alessandro Carloni. It feels very odd to me that you and your company would consider hiring someone with Mr. Lasseter’s pattern of misconduct given the present climate in which people with the kind of power that you have can reasonably be expected to step up to the plate.

I realise that the situation — involving as it does many human beings — is complicated. However these are the questions I would like to ask:

If a man has been touching women inappropriately for decades, why would a woman want to work for him if the only reason he’s not touching them inappropriately now is that it says in his contract that he must behave “professionally”?
If a man has made women at his companies feel undervalued and disrespected for decades, why should the women at his new company think that any respect he shows them is anything other than an act that he’s required to perform by his coach, his therapist and his employment agreement? The message seems to be, “I am learning to feel respect for women so please be patient while I work on it. It’s not easy.”
Much has been said about giving John Lasseter a “second chance.” But he is presumably being paid millions of dollars to receive that second chance. How much money are the employees at Skydance being paid to GIVE him that second chance?
If John Lasseter started his own company, then every employee would have been given the opportunity to choose whether or not to give him a second chance. But any Skydance employees who don't want to give him a second chance have to stay and be uncomfortable or lose their jobs. Shouldn’t it be John Lasseter who has to lose HIS job if the employees don’t want to give him a second chance?
Skydance has revealed that no women received settlements from Pixar or Disney as a result of being harassed by John Lasseter. But given all the abuse that’s been heaped on women who have come forward to make accusations against powerful men, do we really think that no settlements means that there was no harassment or no hostile work environment? Are we supposed to feel comforted that women who feel that their careers were derailed by working for Lasseter DIDN’T receive money?

I hope these queries make the level of my discomfort understandable. I regret having to step away because I love Alessandro so much and think he is an incredibly creative director. But I can only do what feels right during these difficult times of transition and collective consciousness raising.
I am well aware that centuries of entitlement to women’s bodies whether they like it or not is not going to change overnight. Or in a year. But I am also aware that if people who have spoken out — like me — do not take this sort of a stand then things are very unlikely to change at anything like the pace required to protect my daughter’s generation.

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Mr. Big (?) » Thu Mar 14, 2019 2:30 am

This aired on Samantha Bee's show, a segment on how "The Loud House " creator (and former MLP writer) Chris Savino was taken down for sexual harassment:



I didn't realize that the statute of limitations for sexual harassment in California is only 1 year.
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That was rather fascinating, thanks

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I really enjoyed that
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Post by Mr. Big (?) » Thu Mar 21, 2019 5:10 pm

Apparently John K. opened up his shop to sell off drawings to fans, even taking commissions



Some people just never go away. Ugh :-/
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Post by minty (?) » Fri Mar 22, 2019 11:15 pm

I decided to see what was there out of morbid curiosity.

1) He has these drawings that cost 150-200, and I don't think you get to pick which one you get. I know a lot of artists have the bad habit of undercharging for their work, but I bet at that price, I could get a cartoonist to draw me something original of my choice. Not some random picture I don't get to pick.

2) Really ableist Jimmy doll which has grades of the mentally challenged on the back, but it's blurred out so you can't see it unless you buy that thing.

3) Worst of all, a poster of the teenage kid Sody Pop who is described as a cartoon lover's dream girl. Yeah I love cartoons, but why'd my dream girl be an underaged kid? :cry:

Anyway, the man is trash and I hope he goes away forever. I don't get why people defend him.

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Post by Mr. Big (?) » Sat Mar 23, 2019 1:26 am

You mentioned Sody Pop. So you know how John K. idolizes Bob Clampett? Well, John K used to be acquainted Clampett back in the 1980s, and even after he died he stayed in touch with his family for a bit (although by all accounts, the Clampett family hated him after the disastrous Beany and Cecil revival)

Why am I bringing this up? Because Bob Clampett's wife was Sody Clampett. Did...John name his teenage girl character after his idol's wife? Uhhh....
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Post by minty (?) » Sat Mar 23, 2019 9:16 pm

I guess. I just hope he didn't harass her in any way.

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Post by Perrydotto (?) » Sun Mar 24, 2019 5:14 am

Every time I think I know everything about John K's extreme grossness, turns out there is more! I'm absolutely certain the Sody thing is intentional. It fits into his massively fucked up pattern. I cannot find the right words to really express the extent of my disgust, goddamn.
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Annnnd if that wasn't enough, John K is on instagram, liking/commenting on teenage fans' arts :unenthused:

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Post by Mr. Big (?) » Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:03 am

Sorry for doubleposting, but there's a petition circulating by one of John K's victims urging Instagram to ban him. Here's the link
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Post by Perrydotto (?) » Tue Apr 16, 2019 4:08 pm

Mr. Big wrote:
Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:03 am
Sorry for doubleposting, but there's a petition circulating by one of John K's victims urging Instagram to ban him. Here's the link
Thanks for the link, that's an immediate sign from me.
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Post by Mr. Big (?) » Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:24 pm

This is a bit late, but this was posted last year (he used to be roommates with one of John K's ex-girlfriends):



Why am I not surprised he's also a racist too? :-/
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Post by minty (?) » Sat Apr 20, 2019 11:13 pm

Considering how he defended racial caricatures on his blog, and that god-awful He-Hog cartoon that I have every regret in watching, no, I'm not surprised.

And no, I don't care that he was born in the 50's. There are a lot of artists who learn from the past but clearly he doesn't.

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Perrydotto (?) » Fri May 03, 2019 8:11 pm

Yeah. Him being a Trump fan wasn't enough, apparently. Barf. :fluttersmith:


The couple is fighting over custody of and support payments for their two daughters in a Los Angeles court, where Stephanie is claiming her ex is a “much smaller version of Harvey Weinstein” who isn’t safe to be around their kids, according to the site.
He claims she is trying to ruin his career and reputation to get custody of the children. I guess we'll have to see what comes out of that, but it's pretty messed up no matter what. How he claims that it was all just "light-hearted fun" is giving me awful vibes.
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Post by Madeline (?) » Sat May 04, 2019 3:02 am

Perrydotto wrote:
Fri May 03, 2019 8:11 pm
Yeah. Him being a Trump fan wasn't enough, apparently. Barf. :fluttersmith:



He claims she is trying to ruin his career and reputation to get custody of the children. I guess we'll have to see what comes out of that, but it's pretty messed up no matter what. How he claims that it was all just "light-hearted fun" is giving me awful vibes.
When they don’t deny that something happened but try to spin it, yeah, that’s pretty much an admission that something terrible happened. :bluh: That story about the puppy, too, Jesus Christ.

The only silver lining I can see is that even if he wins, he’s pretty much guaranteed to be fired by Disney. They’d protect John Lassiter for a gross amount of time, but I doubt they’ll do the same for a VA who is bringing them bad press.

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Post by minty (?) » Sat May 04, 2019 8:28 am

Yeah, basically admitting it and downplaying it as no big deal is not going to make you look good. It comes off as treating both his wife and puppy as objects that he's in control of.

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Re: Everyone in Hollywood is a sex offender

Post by Davyinatoga (?) » Sat May 04, 2019 1:44 pm

At least there's a large number of events that allegedly took place that have outside collaborators such as the vet and police officers that should help things be settled quickly and concretely. Not that that's ever the case, but still, one can hope.
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