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Let’s respond and analyze the recent article which is broadcasting the latest squeaky-clean claims of Goldie Hawn. View the full article on the webpage of the MSM fake news https://uk.movies.yahoo.com/goldie-hawn-says-her-horrible-123546301.html
The actress attributes sexual misconduct to illness and narcissism.
Goldie Hawn has said she will “top all of them” with her experiences of sexual harassment.
The actress, 72, said she had some “horrible experiences” when she was a young dancer.
Asked whether the sexual harassment scandal in the entertainment industry should be addressed by people taking personal responsibility or regulation, she told CNBC: “I don’t think you can regulate that kind of human behaviour.”
She added: “You will be able to bring awareness to it. People will be able to make choices behind it. I think that there’s addiction.
“You’re dealing with sexual addiction. You’re dealing with narcissism. Narcissism is an illness.”
Discussing if sexual harassment is worse in the industry than it has been in the past, she said: “Sexual harassment, unfortunately it’s been there forever.
“I had some horrible experiences as a young dancer in New York City. I mean I’ll top all of them.
“I had a very strong mom, a very strong dad and I had a lot of resilience and I really knew who I was.
“And you know the answer was always ‘No, I’ll never get a job like that’.
“A lot of girls don’t. A lot of girls don’t know what to do.”
She added: “It’s pretty bad. I don’t know what this entitlement is (that) I think we’re seeing. Actually a lot of illness connected to it now.
“So this is partially an illness, not just a proclivity or just a feeling of need to do this.
“I think it has to do with narcissism, an ability to think that they’re invincible and they pretty much can do whatever they want to do.”
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Jessica Chastain (born March 24, 1977) is an American actress and film producer. She is known for her portrayals of strong-willed women in films with a feminist theme.
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Jessica Chastain took to Twitter in the wake of Uma Thurman’s ‘New York Times’ article to call Quentin Tarantino out for how he portrays women.
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SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) – In San Jose protesters disrupted the mayor’s State of the City Address, chanting, “Say it loud, say it clear, Google is not welcome here.”
It’s a tactic not seen very often.
They were fired up and the protests were loud and disruptive by design.
“Not our mayor!” they yelled.
“People are fearing that they won’t be able to live in San Jose,” said Serve the People San Jose member Liz Gonzalez.
It’s a grassroots group opposed to Google’s plans to build a mega-campus in downtown.
“We have to be in their face because we’re fighting to stay in the city that we grew up with that we love where our family and friends are,” she says.
The group interrupted Mayor Sam Liccardo’s address four times…
“Serve the people!” they yelled.
“I just don’t think shouting at each other is the right way to have a dialogue,” says City Councilwoman Deb Davis.
Councilwoman Davis worries their message about the woeful lack of affordable housing will be overshadowed by their in-your-face methods.
“We have a public process set up. It will be public,” she says. “There will be plenty of time for everyone’s voices to be heard.”
“San Jose has suffered from the worst jobs to housing imbalance of any major city.”
Mayor Liccardo says the city’s housing crisis pre-dates Google. He’s unveiled an ambitious plan to build 25,000 new homes, 10,000 of them affordable, in the next five years. He believes the public needs to temper its expectations of the tech giant.
Affordable Housing Network President Sandy Perry disagrees.
“Google is not responsible for San Jose’s problems? That’s ridiculous,” she says. “They’re a part of this community. They have to be responsible for the social problems in this community.”
“From my conversations with Google executives, they want to be a part of our community,” says Davis.
But in this community there is a growing and increasingly vocal opposition to their presence.
Meanwhile, the Google campus is about a decade away from breaking ground. The city recently set a sale price for several city-owned properties for $67 million.