(Photo: Pablo Calvo Westend61/Newscom) Regnerus defines “cheap sex” as “the ease of sexual access.” In an interview with The Daily Signal, he said that today, American society relies on, and has more access to, quick and noncommittal sexual pleasures.“[Cheap sex] could be in a relationship,” Regnerus said.“It could also be with pronography, because pornography more closely mimics real sex than it ever used to.Instead, the employee faces a forced arbitration forum -- not an open court.Carlson said she is working with members of Congress on both sides of the aisle to try to make these clauses illegal.Since the Weinstein story broke, about one in five Americans said they had seen their friends or family post stories about sexual harassment on social media, according to a CNN poll. "I think the #Me Too campaign is changing everything, to have a public forum where men and women can come forward to tell unfortunately the worst stories of their lives," Gillibrand said. Look how much accountability we've seen in the last few weeks alone." Gretchen Carlson, a former Fox News anchor and the author of "Be Fierce," made headlines last year suing former Fox News chief Roger Ailes for sexual harassment.As more and more women share their stories, people are asking: Where do we go now? "Secrecy is the thing we have to lift so the women's voices match up with the power pendulum," she said.
Reisman contends, however, that Kinsey didn’t have access to the majority of “normal” American men and women, who were engaged with World War II at the time, and so he used a tainted sample.
In the wake of a nationwide conversation about sexual harassment and assault -- ignited by allegations against Hollywood heavyweights like Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey -- "New Day" anchor Alisyn Camerota hosted a CNN town hall conversation on sexual harassment in America.
a Camerota was joined by guests Anita Hill, an activist and professor whose 1991 testimony at the Clarence Thomas hearings raised awareness of "sexual harassment" as an issue; Jessica Barth, who has accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct; Tarana Burke, who founded the #Me Too movement; and others. Kirsten Gillibrand, lifting the secrecy that silences survivors is the only way to create lasting change.
Björk recently shared that she was harassed while working on one of her two films, and Roy Price was recently put on leave from Amazon after Isa Hackett came forward with allegations against the executive.
Judith Reisman, author of “Sexual Sabotage: How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America,” unveiled at the confab a hidden history of scandal and scientific fraud that she says convinced not only America’s legal system but also its culture to unjustifiably embrace sexual deviancy. Alfred Kinsey, a scientific pioneer who was lauded in the 1950s for his research and who launched modern-day sexology, received his financial backing from the Rockefeller Foundation in 1941 and used it to twist science and law to fulfill his licentious agenda.