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Natalie Portman Never Sexually Assaulted But Knows A Friend That Knows A Friend

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elliot-wolf - February 7, 2018

Natalie Portman is doing her best to wedge her way into the MeToo movement. Her first attempt included giving a speech at the 2018 Women’s March where she opened up about receiving an erotic rape fan letter at the tender age of 13. A letter about rape isn’t technically rape so Portman tried again in an interview with Porter magazine. While she has never been sexually assaulted herself she would like the world to know that she knows a small novel’s worth of stories on the subject. They’re probably mostly all fairy tales which is why she hasn’t specifically named names. The only thing worse than the actual MeToo movement is MeToo outsiders looking to pass the victim initiation in order to get in.

Natalie:

“I went from thinking, ‘I don’t have a story’ to ‘Oh, wait, I have 100 stories,’” she recalled, “and I think a lot of people are having these reckonings with themselves.” One time, a producer even invited her onto his private plane alone. “It was just the two of us, and only one bed was made up. Nothing happened, I was not assaulted,” Portman shared. “I did make a point of saying, ‘This does not make me feel comfortable,’ and that was respected. But that was super not OK, you know? That was really unacceptable and manipulative. I was scared.”

MeToo has graduated to stage two and now it’s possible to be a victim by association. What used to be hitting on hot women is now considered sexual harassment. I’m surprised these same women who are getting ahead in life just because of their looks are upset when men tell them how attractive they look. If compliments make women feel uncomfortable and count as abuse it won’t be long before Hollywood is forced to segregate just to survive all of the scandals. The last thing this world needs is more female only films because every man is automatically assumed a sexual harasser until proven otherwise.

Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News

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