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>> French film icon, Catherine Deneuve has denounced what she calls a backlash against men following the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Saying the Me Too campaign amounts to Puritanism, and it's fueled by a hatred of men. She's one of a 100 women to sign an open letter published in French newspaper LeMonde, saying this urge to send men to the slaughterhouse, instead of helping women be more autonomous helps the enemies of sexual freedom.
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The letter also said a man's right to pester woman was an essential part of sexual freedom. It was signed by the Oscar nominated Deneauve, as well as, prominent French writers, performers, and academics. This message in stark contrast to events in Hollywood.>> We're drawing a thick black line between yesterday and tomorrow.
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>> Stars at the Golden Globes wore black in solidarity with the Time's Up campaign, addressing sexual harassment and inequality in the workplace.