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What happened to Harvey Weinstein's first wife? How blueblood mother of his three oldest daughters and one-time ASSISTANT remarried and moved to the suburbs after selling off $23 million apartment she got in divorce
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19:12 EST, 6 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:48 EST, 7 October 2017

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Harvey Weinstein, 65, began dating Eve Chilton when she was working as his assistant at Miramax in 1986 with the pair marrying a year later
Eve was a blueblood who spent her summers on Martha's Vineyard, and her family ancestors include the first attorney general of the United States
The couple had three daughters over the course of their 17 year marriage: Lilly (22), Emma (19) and Ruth (14)
The couple had a non-contentious divorce in which Eve received their Central park apartment, which she later sold for $23 million
Eve is now remarried to remarried Sal Martirano and lives with her three daughters and his two sons in the suburbs of New York


Much is known about Harvey Weinstein's decades-long career as a Hollywood executive as well as his relationship with designer Georgina Chapman, but the same can not be said about his first marriage.

Eve Chilton was working as an assistant for Weinstein at Miramax back in 1986 when she caught her boss' attention, and within a year the two were exchanging vows.

At that time there were no films with Oscar buzz or parties filled with A-list stars surrounding the couple, and Weinstein was far from the wealthy executive he would become one day.

Eve on the other hand was the well-off daughter of a prominent New England family who enjoyed summers on Martha's Vineyard, meaning that it was Weinstein who appeared to be marrying above his rank.


And for the next two decades, as the money started pouring in and the A-list stars piled on, Eve stood quietly by her husband's side while giving birth to their three daughters: Lilly (22), Emma (19) and Ruth (14), who was born just two years before the couple split.

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First wives club: Harvey Weinstein, 65, began dating Eve Chilton when she was working as his assistant at Miramax in 1986 with the pair marrying a year later (couple above in 1999 at the Academy Awards)

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WASP: Eve (left with Renee Zellweger in 2002, right with Weistein in 2004) was a blueblood who spent her summers on Martha's Vineyard, and her family ancestors include the first attorney general of the United States

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Fresh start: Eve is now remarried to remarried Sal Martirano (above) and lives with her three daughters and his two sons in the suburbs of New York

The couple's union came crashing down in 2004 however, and they soon went on their separate ways after agreeing to the terms of their divorce,.

In Weinstein's case that was into the arms of the two-decades younger British-born designer Chapman, with whom he now has a daughter India, 7, and 4-year-old son Dashell.

In the case of Eve it was to towards a more peaceful existence in the suburbs, where she remarried Sal Martirano.

The couple quickly combined their families as well, with Eve's new husband having two sons from his previous relationship that were roughly the same age as her daughters.

Photos of the pair on Facebook show the mother-of-three beaming alongside her new beau.

That was not always the case during her time with Weinstein, with Eve usually seen trailing him on a red carpet or sitting silently beside her husband as he shook hands and schmoozed with whenever he got the chance at events and openings.


And Eve was no fan of small talk or public spectacle according to those who interviewed her husband.

Among the many major profiles of Weinstein that ran over the years in publications such as Vanity Fair, New York, the New Yorker and The New York Times there was little to no mention of Eve and never a single comment from the wife of America's most infamously temperamental film executive.

That was because Eve, unlike her husband, did not care to be a public person or offer up any private information about her family.

This approach was likely the result of her upbringing and her family's ties to some of this nation's most esteemed forefathers.

Her mother Maude was a descendant of Edmund Randolph, the first Attorney General of the United States, and her great-grandfather founded the nation's first global law firm, Hunton and Williams.


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Friends in high places: The couple had three daughters over the course of their 17 year marriage: Lilly (22), Emma (19) and Ruth (14)

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Bed with a view: The two kept the details of their divorce settlement under wraps, but it was revealed that Eve gained possession of their 5,500 square-foot apartment at 88 Central Park West

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Stairway to heaven: She eventually sold off the 5-bedroom, 6 ½ bath apartment for $23 million, before movie to Rye and marrying Martirano

Eve's father Tom meanwhile was an investment adviser who worked with clients in the Boston area as well as on Nantucket and the Vineyard.

The family also belonged to a number of prestigious clubs, most notably The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts.


That is the all-but-impossible-to-join establishment that after three years of deliberating finally approved New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele for membership this past summer.

Eve headed to New York after college, and former Miramax employee Mark Lispky speaks about the relationship that blossomed between her and Weinstein as soon as she began working at the company in Peter Biskind's 2004 book 'Down and Dirty Pictures.'

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Wife number two: Georgina Chapman was also seen stepping out on Friday in NYC

'It seemed like not even a day [passed] before he was all over her,' said Lipsky, who was head of distribution at the time.

'For possibly a couple weeks or so there were a dozen roses on her desk when we walked in to work, to the point where we had to confront him and say: "You can't do this, it's an office not your personal, sexual playground.'


The pair were enamored however according to their fellow employees, who began calling the pair 'Beauty and the Beast.'

They married in 1987, and Eve and her sister Maude soon became crucial test audience members for Weinstein, who managed to earn the ire of the women when he made them sit through 'Reservoir Dogs.'

Eve is depicted as loving and devoted and selfless by all those who speak of her in the book, whether she was trying to get her husband to see a trainer, remodeling his office or avoiding the gossip and petty disputes her husband always found himself involved in.

Weinstein and Eve welcomed their first daughter Lily in 1995, followed by Emma in 1998 and in 2002 had Ruth.

Many of the sexual harassment incidents that were revealed in The New York Times expose occurred during these pregnancies or just after one of the three births.


Weinsten was also quarantined for two months at the turn of the century after coming down with a bacterial infection while on vacation in St Bart's, never offering up more of an explanation at the insistence of Eve according to a 2002 New Yorker profile written by Ken Auletta.

In 2004 the divorce was finalized, but the two still attended events together as though they were a couple, showing up in November of that year for the 32nd Annual Promise Ball in New York City.

The two kept the details of their divorce settlement under wraps, but it was revealed that Eve gained possession of their 5,500 square-foot apartment at 88 Central Park West.

She eventually sold off the 5-bedroom, 6 ½ bath apartment for $23 million, before movie to Rye and marrying Martirano.
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Actress Files Sexual Battery Suit Against Harvey Weinstein
by Associated Press
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November 14, 2017, 10:01 PM ET

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LOS ANGELES — An unnamed actress has sued Harvey Weinstein alleging he committed sexual battery against her in Beverly Hills hotel rooms in 2015 and 2016 after she agreed to meet the producer to discuss a television role.

The actress is identified only as Jane Doe in the sexual battery lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court. It alleges that Weinstein held the woman against her will while Weinstein engaged in sexual situations.

The suit says the woman first met Weinstein in 2011 at a party and he offered to assist her with her acting career. For several years, Weinstein invited the woman to awards show parties.

Weinstein allegedly met her at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills in late 2015 to discuss a part in the television series "Marco Polo," which Weinstein and his company were producing. The producer asked her if he could masturbate in front of her, and when she refused, he held her by the wrist and forced her to watch him, the lawsuit said.

The next incident happened several months later at the same hotel, according to the lawsuit. The woman agreed to meet Weinstein to discuss the "Marco Polo" role again, and this time alleges Weinstein threw her on a bed, started performing oral sex on her and put his penis inside her vagina before starting to start masturbate on her, the lawsuit states.

The woman was able to break free and flee the room, the suit said.


"Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein," the producer's representative Holly Baird wrote in a statement. "Mr. Weinstein obviously can't speak to anonymous allegations, but with respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr. Weinstein believes that all of these relationships were consensual."

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages. It also names The Weinstein Co., which fired its co-founder after decades of allegations of sexual harassment were detailed in an expose by The New York Times last month.

The Weinstein Co. did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

The lawsuit alleges the company knew of Weinstein's sexual harassment and abuse behavior, and showed "deliberate indifference" to prevent his actions.

The lawsuit was filed by Gloria Allred, who did not immediately return a message seeking additional details about the case.

Beverly Hills police have said they are investigating allegations against Weinstein, but have released few details. Authorities in Los Angeles, New York and London are also investigating Weinstein for possible criminal prosecution.

The harassment and abuse allegations against Weinstein have created led to numerous women coming forward with allegations of harassment and abuse against powerful men, including actor Kevin Spacey, numerous entertainment industry executives and politicians in the United States and abroad.

The scandal in Hollywood has prompted Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey to establish a task force to handle any forthcoming criminal complaints. The advocacy group Women in Film also plans to make a help line and panel of pro-bono legal experts available beginning next month to provide counseling, referrals and legal advice to harassment victims

Also on Tuesday, the independent theater Cinefamily in Los Angeles announced it was shutting down due to crippling debt after conducting a review of sexual harassment allegations against two of its leaders. The theater had numerous celebrity fans and supporters, was rocked by sexual harassment allegations against its executive director and a board member in August.

The board suspended the theater's activities and hired an independent firm to investigate the allegations.

The board says that no victims corroborated rape claims, but the investigation did uncover serious concerns and breaches of acceptable behavior.


Cinefamily had many celebrity supporters and fans including Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, David Geffen, Brie Larson, Jon Favreau, Sting and James L. Brooks.

NBC News announced Tuesday it fired Matt Zimmerman, its top talent booker, for "inappropriate conduct" with more than one woman at the network.

Zimmerman used to be in charge of arranging guests for the "Today" show but in 2014 was promoted to vice president and led the behind-the-scenes unit responsible for such bookings at all NBC News programs.

The network didn't give any details Tuesday about Zimmerman's behavior, only that he violated company policy. The network acted in response to internal complaints.

Messages sent to Zimmerman were not returned Tuesday.

NBC recently fired political contributor Mark Halperin, who had been accused of sexual harassment by several women dating to when he worked at ABC News more than a decade ago.
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#MeToo March Draws Hundreds of Supporters in California
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November 12 2017, 10:02 PM ET

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Hundreds of people gathered in support for victims of sexual assault and harassment on Sunday for a march and rally in California as a wave of women have come forward to speak out on the issue and abuses of power.

Marchers wore T-shirts bearing "Me Too" across the front, holding signs and chanting "stop the violence, stop the rape!" and "survivors, united, we'll never be divided" as they made their way to the CNN building on Sunset Boulevard.

"Rise up for the women of the world, for the women of the world rise up," they later chanted, some with fists raised in the air.

The demonstration began at 10 a.m. local time (1 p.m. ET) for the "Take Back the Workplace" and "#MeToo Survivors March" on Hollywood Boulevard and kicked off with a walk to the CNN building.

"This is 2017, the time is right for a reckoning for re-ordering of power," said television reporter Lauren Sivan during the "Take Back the Work Place" rally.

Sivan has accused Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of exposing himself in front of her while ordering her to "just stand there and be quiet" while he masturbated. Weinstein has denied all of the allegations against him.

"We're talking about egregious, egregious violations in the workplace that needs to end today," she said Sunday.

The #MeToo march was inspired by a social media campaign where victims of sexual assault and harassment came forward with their stories in solidarity following the series of allegations against powerful men in Hollywood, politics and beyond.

Over the weekend, another social media campaign went viral on Twitter, where people shared the hashtag #MeAt14 in response to the allegations that Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore forced a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl in 1979 when he was 32.

Lizz Winstead, co-creator of "The Daily Show" and founder of the "Lady Parts Justice League," said she was inspired to spread the hashtag after seeing her good friend Sarah Thyre post it with a photo of herself at age 14.

"One of my closest friends posted a picture of herself when she was 14 using the hashtag #MeAt14 and I just burst out crying," said Winstead.

She said it made her think of the report in the Washington Post where Moore is alleged to have forced a 14-year-old girl into a sexual encounter when he was a 32-year-old man. The Post interviewed three other women who said Moore pursued them when they were ages 16 to 18 and he was in his 30s.

Moore has denied the allegations and said they were "completely false and untrue" and that he was "not guilty of sexual misconduct with anyone."

"I thought about my own awkward self and I thought, you know what, we need to remind people what 14 is," she said.

Winstead posted a photo of herself at age 14, writing she was on the gymnastics team and sang in the choice. She encouraged others to do the same and share stories of who they were at that age.

WInstead said she was disturbed by Moore telling Fox News' Sean Hannity that he did not "remember dating any girl without the permission of her mother."

Lizz Winstead ✔@lizzwinstead
This is me at 14. I was on the gymnastics team and sang in the choir. I was not dating a 32 year old man. Who were you at 14? Tweet a pic, tell us who you were and pic to the top of your page #MeAt14 #NoMoore
5:12 PM - Nov 11, 2017


People quickly began sharing their stories, with some even telling their experiences of being abused and victimized at age 14.

Winstead said the response to the hashtag showed why many victims wait to come forward against their accusers, as the women accusing Moore said they did.

"So for people to weigh in with their insane lack of awareness about what it means to be somebody who has been victimized and to immediately blame a 14-year-old rather than grown man ... I don't know how that happens," she said.

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Demonstrators gather on actor Kevin Spacey's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for a protest for survivors of sexual assault and their supporters in Hollywood, Los Angeles, on Nov. 12, 2017. Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

"It's reminding us that these women that have come forward against Roy Moore, their experienced are not unique," she added.

She said she hoped that people coming forward helped other victims feel less isolated and that with nationwide attention on the issue, survivors and their supporters could "look to each other for support and demand proactive change."

The march and popularity of the hashtag also came just days after five women came forward to accuse comedian Louis C.K. of sexual misconduct dating back at least 15 years in a The New York Times report.

Louis C.K. admitted in a lengthy statement on Friday, "these stories are true" and that he has been "remorseful" of his actions.

Those accusations come following months of sexual misconduct allegations, including those against powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. More than 85 women have accused him of misconduct spanning the last three decades. Weinstein has denied the claims through a spokesperson, who said that "any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein."

Winstead said the allegations made her think of the victims who left their industries after facing harassment and assault, as well as victims who were not as high profile and feel they cannot come forward.

"How much brilliance have we lost because of these sexual predators who destroyed the careers of so many?" she asked.

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People participate in a protest march for survivors of sexual assault and their supporters on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, Los Angeles, on Nov. 12, 2017. Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

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Demonstrators gather for a march and rally in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017.
Marchers wore T-shirts reading "Me Too" across the front, held signs and chanted "stop the violence, stop the rape!" and "survivors, united, we'll never be divided" as they made their way to the CNN building on Sunset Boulevard.
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

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A woman wears an outfit with the names of all the men in Hollywood who she says have sexually harassed her.
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

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The #MeToo march was inspired by a social media campaign in which victims of sexual assault and harassment have come forward with their stories in solidarity following the series of allegations against powerful men in Hollywood, politics and beyond.
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The "Take Back the Workplace" and "#MeToo Survivors March" began at 10 a.m. (1 p.m. ET) on Hollywood Boulevard.
Damian Dovarganes / AP

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Ada Kennedy, 7, looks up at her mother at the march.
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

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A demonstrator holds a sign that reads "Survivor of Incest."
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Women carry signs as they walk on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

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A man and a young girl hold signs in support for victims.
Lucy Nicholoson / Reuters

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Arlene Rios, 40, who says she was sexually assaulted twice while in the Navy, carries a sign during the march.
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

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Demonstrators rally outside CNN's Hollywood studios on Sunset Boulevard.
Damian Dovarganes / AP

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Women were a majority of the crowd, although men made a strong showing of support.
Above, a man hugs a woman as he kisses her forehead.
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Drawn to the News: 12 cartoons on Harvey Weinstein
by Cohen Peart cpeart@denverpost.com
The Denver Post
October 11, 2017 at 1:36 pm | UPDATED: October 13, 2017 at 2:52 pm

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Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was fired this week by his own company after The New York Times released a report alleging decades of sexual harassment against women, including employees and actresses. Here are 12 editorial cartoons about Weinstein and the reactions to the revelations about him.

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[Actress] Now I know why they call it 'the Miramax stable of actresses.'"
-- Harvey Weinstein, the Satyr in the Stable, by "Eldon Dedini" [modified and named by Tara Carreon]


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[Harvey Weinstein] You oughta be in pictures!
[Actress] You ought to be in mugshots!
by Steve Sack, Minneapolis Star Tribune

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Taking a Knee
by Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal Constitution

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HOLLYWOULDACOULDASHOULDA
WE'D HAVE SPOKEN OUT ABOUT HARVEY WEINSTEIN SOONER, BUT IT WASN'T IN THE SCRIPT ...
by Nate Beeler, The Columbia Dispatch

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Q: What do you call newspaper and magazine articles about how Harvey Weinstein championed women?
A: PULP FICTION
by Steve Breen, San Diego Union-Tribune

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[Harvey Weinstein] My Hollywood career is over ... Maybe I should run for President?!
[News] HARVEY WEINSTEIN ACCUSED OF MANY SEXUAL ASSAULTS
by Dave Granlund, Cagle Cartoons

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[Hillary Clinton] Harvey, you're making it hard to talk about the GOP's war on women ...
by Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle

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[Women's Director] CUT! THAT'S A WRAP! (HARVEY WEINSTEIN CAREER)
by Bob Englehart, Cagle Cartoons

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CALIFORNIA INFERNOS: NAPA, SONOMA MENDOCINO AND ORANGE COUNTIES; HARVEY WEINSTEIN'S CAREER
by Tim Campbell, Special to The Washington Post

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[Republican riding on Trump pig with bag of money] Hypocrite!
[Democrat riding on Weinstein pig with bag of money]
by Jim Morin, Morin Cartoons

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[Lamb Miramax] HEAR NO RAPE
[Lamb Hollywood] SEE NO HARASSMENT
[Lamb Media] SPEAK NO SCANDAL
WEIN$TEIN HU$H MONEY$
Silence of the lambs, by Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News

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[Harvey Weinstein] I can see it now, Bill. You and me ... a buddy film! Dirty, rotten scoundrels II.
[Bill Cosby] Hey, hey, hey!
by Taylor Jones, Cagle Cartoons

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[Moviegoer] How much for an empty popcorn bag? In case I need to barf.
THE HARVEY WEINSTEIN STORY
by Jeff Koterba, Omaha World Herald
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Harvey Weinstein Cartoons, Part 2
2017

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This Little Piggy Went to Hollywood
by Randall Enos, Cagle Cartoons

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[Trump Grope & Grab to Weinstein] Cheer up, you can always become President!
SEXUAL PREDATOR MEETING
by Chris Britt, Illinois Times

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[Presenter] And for the most disgusting performance by a Hollywood executive, the Dodo goes to ... Harvey Weinstein!
[Harvey Weinstein] Must be my charm
by Ken Catalino, Creators Syndicate

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[Hillary Clinton] I was SHOCKED and APPALLED by Harvey Weinstein's revelations ... I mean, I didn't think ANYONE could outdo Bill ... (Sigh) ... But boys will be boys, amiright, girls? Seriously, though, this behavior CANNOT BE TOLERATED! Unless it's Bill, cuz ... HE'S THUGGED OUT BUT HE'S MY MAN. What?? Get over it ... I'm not running for anything.
by Ken Catalino, Creators Syndicate

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SEXUAL PREDATOR IN A MISLEADING ROLE ...
by Tom Stiglich, http://www.tomstiglich.com

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Trump: CHRONIC SEXUAL HARASSER
O'Reilly: CHRONIC SEXUAL HARASSER
Ailes: CHRONIC SEXUAL HARASSER
Cosby: CHRONIC SEXUAL HARASSER
Jell-o: WIGGLE WIGGLE
Harvey Weinstein: CHRONIC SEXUAL HARASSER
Jell-O Dems: WIGGLE WIGGLE
by Clay Jones, claytoonz.com

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[Assistant] Mr. Weinstein is playing "Oscar" again ...
[Assistant 2] Harvey! Put your clothes on!!
by Michael Ramirez, creators.com

-- Cartoons: Harvey Weinstein
mercurynews.com


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Weinstein Co. Casting Call Today!
[Hazmat taking Weinstein & casting couch away]
by Lisa Benson, Washington Post Writers Group 2017

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Q: If this was a JUST world, what would be Harvey Weinstein's next blockbuster theatrical production:
A: [Harvey Weinstein, Prisoner No. 1814677] Bill Cosby is my hero; I miss Hef; I hate miss Chix; I love Girlz; Oink
by David Fitzsimmons, Arizona Daily Star, Caglecartoons.com, 2017

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[GOP] ADMIT IT! A movie mogul is just as much a vile, disgusting pig as the President!
[Dem] Um, okay.
Not including the President
by Tom Toles, The Washington Post, 2017

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[MAGA] Bill Cosby is a monster; Harvey Weinstein is a monster; Donald Trump is a great American.
by Darrin Bell, Washington Post Writers Group, 2017

-- The best cartoons about the Harvey Weinstein scandal, by Michael Cavna


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Hypocrisy Award
[Harvey Weinstein] It's a lifetime achievement award!
by Nate Beeler, Columbus Dispatch

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[Harvey Weinstein Predator Fish holding out $TARDOM
[Victim fish coming to take bait]
by Milt Priggee, http://www.miltpriggee.com

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PERSONALITY TEST
Q: A famous media celebrity is exposed for routinely sexually assaulting women. Do you:
a) Demand he resign, be put on trial and make restitution to his victims, or
b) Elect him president?
by Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

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HOLLYWOOD FILMS POST-PRODUCTION UNIT
[Director] So after "best boy" can you add "bad boy" ... followed by "leering rat, touchy-feely creep, sexist bully, narcissistic predator, exploitative perpetrator, aggressive violator" ...
by Peter Broelman, Australia

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[Girls] Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too. Me Too.
[Senator 1] What the hell are those babes talking about?
[Senator 2] ?
by Clay Jones, claytoonz.com

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[Harvey Weinstein exposing himself] ACTION!
by Patrick Chappatte, International New York Times

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HOLLYWOOD EXPOSED
Q: Okay ... give me your best two faces ... DONALD TRUMP
A: SHRIEEEK!!
Q: HARVEY WEINSTEIN!
A: Show me the moneee ...
by Paul Zanetti, Australia

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[Harvey Starfish with women in every tentacle]
[Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton] Maybe we should return the money.
[Donald Trump and Bill Cosby] So, what's the problem?
by Steve Benson, Creators Syndicate

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Reading for the Upcoming Harvey Weinstein Biopic
HARVEY SCRIPT
[Director] OK, Mr. President, just be yourself.
by Jeff Danziger, Rutland Herald

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[Dem in bed with Weinstein] WE ARE SHOCKED, SHOCKED and DISAPPOINTED with that Harvey Weinstein fellow!
by Michael Ramirez, creators.com

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SPA of the RICH and POWERFUL
[Bill Clinton & Donald Trump] Buck up, Harvey! ... You'll live to grope another day!
by Signe Wilkinson, Philadelphia

-- Cartoons: Harvey Weinstein and Hollywood sex scandal, by Steve Dempsey
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Harvey Weinstein Cartoons, Part 3
2017

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Couch Gravestone: HERE LIES THE REPUTATION OF HARVEY WEINSTEIN
Somewhere in the Bill Cosby Memorial Garden Another Hollywood Institution is Laid to Rest
by irice, cagle.com 2017


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CASTING COUCH FOR HUGH HEFNER BIOPIC: Cosby, Weinstein, Clinton, Weiner, Trump
by Jeff Darcy, cleveland.com


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SEXUAL ASSAULT, LIES, AND VIDEOTAPE: THE HARVEY WEINSTEIN STORY
[Moviegoer] I hear it was decades in the making!
by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 2017


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[Bill Clinton] I don't see what all the fuss is about!
[Bill Cosby] You did nothing wrong!
by Ben Garrison, CoveredTruths.com


In an interview with "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio" that aired Sunday, [Dolly Kyle Browning] Kyle claimed that during their lengthy affair Bill told her that he had sex with around 2,000 women and described himself as a "sex addict." Kyle said his self-confessed addiction "explains everything" about his destructive sexual behavior.

-- Bill Clinton's Alleged Ex-Lover Just Made Some 'Sick, Sick' Claims About Bill and Hillary, by James Barrett


[Barbara Walters] Monica later told investigators that Bill Clinton said he had led a life of lies and deception ever since he was a small boy. According to Monica, the President said that he had been with hundreds of women until the time he was 40, and at that time he considered divorce and leaving politics, but decided to try and make his marriage work and to "be good."

-- 20/20 Monica Lewinsky Interview, by Barbara Walters


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by Ben Jennings


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[Dem Donkey] WE'RE WITH HER AND HER, AND HER AND HER, AND HER, AND HER, AND HER ...
by A.F. Branco, branco@reagan.com, ConservativeDailyNews.com, 2017


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HARVEY SWINESTEIN
by J.D. Crowe


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HOLLYWOOD
HARVEY WEINSTEIN: NEVER NOTICED BEFORE
by caglecartoons.com


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[Harvey Weinstein] My excuse is that I come from the culture where it was okay for men to sexually harass women on a daily basis. But keep in mind I'm very liberal and I've listened to Jay-Z's new album, and guess who produced the Pulp Fiction?
by Daileykartunes


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[Harvey Weinstein] Hi, Patty. Thank you for taking this case. But before you came here, my back start to hurt really bad. Would you massage me a little so we can talk about The Weinstein Company without a back pain?
by DaylieKartunes


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by Michaelpramirez.com


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HOLLYWOOD HORROR MOVIE: WEINSTEIN
by Gary Varvel, Indianapolis Star


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[Woman] OK, on a sliding scale of "grossest-pig-you-ever-dated" to "child-sex-ring-trafficker," rate Cosby, O'Reilly, Trump and Harvey Weinstein, one-to-ten ... go!
OPPRESSIVE-GLOBAL-PATRIARCHY PARLOR GAMES
by Joel Pett


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HARVEYWOOD
by A.F. Branco


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[Harvey Weinstein to Dem Donkey] C'mon over here and rub my wallet.
by Bill Bramhall 2017, NY Daily News


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[Harvey Weinstein] Want to watch the great Harvey Weinstein shower? Would you like to watch me shower? Instead? You wanna Oscar? THEN WATCH ME!
by Gloria Grasmick


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[Hillary Clinton] I'm donating all Weinstein money I received to charity.
THE CLINTON FOUNDATION
WEINSTEIN CAMPAIGN DONATIONS
by A.F. Branco


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CUTTING TO THE CHASE ...
[Harvey Weinstein] I've got a part for you!
HOLLYWOOD
MONEY, FAME, RAPE
by Ben Garrison


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[Producers] I WOULD have said something, but we were making so much money ...
[Actors] I WOULD have said something, but I wanted to be in his pictures ...
[Politicians] I WOULD have said something, but he was such a big donor ...
HOLLYWOULDN'T
by Walt Handelsman
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Harvey Weinstein Cartoons, Part 4
2017

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THE MONSTROUS HARVEY WEINSTEIN AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN HIM BEFORE (Unless you are an actress)
IT CAME FROM HOLLYWOOD: DON'T LET IT INTO YOUR ROOM!
PRESENTED IN GROPE-O-VISION
PRODUCED BY THE OTHER WEINSTEIN BROTHER, INC.
by LaLo Alcaraz, 2017


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AND THE AWARD GOES TO ... HARVEY WEINSTEIN
by Greg Perry, Toronto Star


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[Harvey Weinstein] “I came of age in the ’60s and ’70s when all the rules about behavior and workplace were different. That was the culture then.”
Harvey Weinstein: "The Was the Culture Then ...."
by Sally Edelstein


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[Harvey Weinstein Oscar] If anyone asks, I'll be in the shower.
by Jimmy Margulies, cagle.com


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CAREERS TO AVOID:
ACTING (Weinstein, Toback, Cosby, Spacey ...)
POLITICS (Trump, Weiner, Foley, Clinton ...)
STATE GOV'T (Spitzer, Hoyt ...)
TV JOURNALISM (O'Reilly, Halperin, Ailes ...)
[Father] Maybe our daughter SHOULD go into radio ...
[Mother] AHEM [NPR CHIEF EDITOR RESIGNS. ORESKES HARASSMENT REPORT]
by Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News


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[Harvey Weinstein] Want an Oscar? Come on, help yourself!
by Erwann Terrier


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by Eric Lobbecke


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MONSTER EXPOSED.
[Harvey Weinstein] Do you want the part?
by Gerald Scarfe


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IN SEARCH OF ANYONE NOT SEXUALLY HARASSED BY HARVEY WEINSTEIN
by Bob Eckstein, NY Daily News


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Harvey Weinstein is Hollywood's Monster
by John Gapper


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[Business] All in favor of using the Harvey Weinstein issue to understand that sexual harassment is a serious problem every woman faces ... and to confront our own contributions to the epidemic ...
[Fox News, GOP, Right-Wing Pundits, Facebook Troll, Twitter Troll, Trump Voter] [No hands raised]
[Business] All in favor of only using it to attack Democrats and Liberals ...
[Fox News, GOP, Right-Wing Pundits, Facebook Troll, Twitter Troll, Trump Voter] [All hands raised]
by Clay Jones


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[Harvey Weinstein to Bill Cosby] Move over ...
by Gary Markstein, creators.com, 2017


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HOLLYWOOD
by Claire Lynch


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[TV] We may never know the full measure of human suffering from the destructive path of Harvey.
[Wife to Husband] Hurricane or Weinstein?
by Steve Kelley, creators syndicate, 2017


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DEMOCRATIC FUNDRAISER: JOIN HARVEY WEINSTEIN AND BILL CLINTON! TO STOP TRUMP'S WAR ON WOMEN! GIVE $25 K IN A PERSONAL VISIT (AND WEAR SOMETHING TIGHT, BILL AND HARVEY LIKE THAT)
by H. Payne, Universal comics.com, 2017


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THE CEREMONIAL BURNING OF THE CASTING COUCH
THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY
by David Horsey, L.A. Times, 2017


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HOLLYWOOD SEXUAL HARASSMENT TOUR
[Tour Guide] ... and over here is Harvey Weinstein's "casting couch."
by Kirk Walters, The Toledo Blade, 2017


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WE KNEW


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Jabba the Weinstein
by Peter Lewis, cagle.com, 2017


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[Moviegoer 1] Harvey Weinstein is a pig, but had great taste in movies. Quentin Tarantino owes his career to him Roman Polanski: Rapist & auteur of "The Pianist." Woody Allen: dirty old man and comic genius. Can we separate the art from the artist?
[Moviegoer 2] No. I can't compartmentalize that much. I can't enjoy art made by those who cause pain.
[Moviegoer 3] But what's the solution? How can we know?
[Movie Intro] NO STARLETS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS MOTION PICTURE -- THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY
by Ted Rall
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Harvey Weinstein Cartoons, Part 5
2017

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Harvey Weinstein: LIFETIME DECEIVEMENT AWARD: POWER; FAME
by Richard Codor, richardcodor.com


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HARVEY WEINSTEIN: Hollywood Predator in a Supported Role
[Harvey Weinstein] I'd like to thank a lot of friends here tonight who made all of this possible.
[Everyone headed for the exit]
by John Deering, RealClearPolitics


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[Women Whipped by Hillary: K. Willey, J. Broaddrick, P. Jones]
[Aide] Ms. Clinton, they're ready for your war on women speech.
by A.F. Branco, legalinsurrection.com, 2014


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Consensual
by Glenn McCoy


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Jabba the Hutt & Slave Leia
by Greg Horn


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LADIES! CHOOSE YOUR OWN SEXUAL HARASSMENT ADVENTURE
A rich and powerful man with control over your career solicits your booty.
[Harvey Weinstein] Hey, baby, I've got some bonus features to show you!
Do you:

* Give in for fear of losing your livelihood?
UUUGH...
SPEND THE REST OF YOUR LIFE ON THE THERAPIST'S COUCH!

* Try blowing the whistle?
[Harvey Weinstein] You'll never work in this town again!
[Man] Liar!
[Man] Bitch!
START YOUR CAREER OVER!

* Wait for him to be exposed?
[Man] Why didn't you speak out sooner?
[Man 2] I'm not meeting women alone anymore! Too risky!
YOU STILL GET BLAMED!

NEXT CHAPTER: THE PERV STAGES HIS "COMEBACK"
by Jen Sorensen, jensorensen.com, 2017


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[Monster to Frankenstein & Dracula] Yikes! Remember when WE were the scariest monsters everyone saw this time of year?!!
by J.R. Rose, Byrd Newspapers of Va, 2017


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[Hillary Clinton] I'm donating the money I got from Weinstein to a women's charity.
[Reporter] You mean like the "VOB?"
[Hillary Clinton] Who?
[Reporter] "Victims of Bill."
by Stilton Jarlsberg, stiltonsplace.com, 2017


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[Father reading paper] #PleaseGodNotHerToo
by Steve Sack, Star Tribune


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[American woman looking at Arab woman] Everything covered but her eyes. What a cruel male-dominated culture!
[Arab woman looking at American woman] Nothing covered but her eyes. What a cruel male-dominated culture!
by Malcolm Evans


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HOLLYWOOD. NOW PLAYING: HOT BABES, RATED R. CHICKS, NOW PLAYING, RATED R. STEAMY SEX. LEGS
[Movie Exec] Imagine my surprise to learn that a fellow movie executive views women as sex objects!
by Mike Thompson, Detroit Free Press


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OSCAR: BIGGEST HOLLYWOOD PERVERT
HARVEY WEINSTEIN
by Gary McCoy, caglecartoons.com


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MIRAMAX 001 DEVIANT EDITION: THE INSATIABLE BULK
IS HE MAN, MONSTER OR BOTH?
by Mike Harris, mikeharrisartwork.wordpress.com


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ACADEMY AWARDS 2018
[Presenter] And now the award for best performance of a person pretending not to have known what Harvey Weinstein was up to ...
by RSJ


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[Donald Trump] When you're a star, they let you do it!
[Harvey Weinstein] If they wanna be a star, they let you do it!
by Kevin Siers, Charlotte Observer, 2017


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[Harvey Weinstein] You have very soft hair.
[Woman] HOW RUDE! EW!
[Weinstein's Children] Mom, why is daddy touching that lady's hair?
[Georgina Chapman] Harvey! Are you kidding me!
by Sydney Rekow


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by Malcolm Mayes, Edmonton Journal


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[Reporter] Our top story ... no high-profile men were accused of sexual harassment today.
by Greg Perry


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THEATER
THE PREDATOR, STARRING HARVEY WEINSTEIN
[Moviegoer] It's a horror movie
by Mike Smith, Las Vegas Sun


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[Trick or Treater] Oink. Hey Doll, Trick or Treat
[Woman] Great. It's either Bill Clinton, Bill O'Reilly, or Harvey Weinstein.
by H. Payne, Universal comics.com


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[Halloween wife to husband] Told you not to come as Harvey Weinstein.
by Bruce Plante, Tulsa World, 2017


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[Male worker to female worker] HOW 'BOUT A MASSAGE?
Ehsanur Raza Ronny, The Daily Star
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Female Animators Call for End of Culture of Sexual Harassment in Open Letter
by Matt Fernandez
Variety
October 20, 2017

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In the midst of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the #MeToo movement, 217 women and gender non-conforming people working in the field of animation signed an open letter to a dozen studios calling for the end of a culture of sexism and sexual harassment in the industry.

The letter, which was signed by high-profile figures like “Steven Universe” creator Rebecca Sugar and Shadi Petosky of “Danger and Eggs,” was addressed to executives at Disney, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, DreamWorks Animation, Bento Box, OddBot, Paramount, Shadowmachine, Sony Pictures Animation, Stoopid Buddy, Titmouse, and Warner Bros. The letter draws attention to the lack of women in the industry and summarizes their grievances with three demands: that sexual harassment policies are made clear and seriously enforced, that the Animation Guild add language to its constitution and create an anti-harassment committee, and that male colleagues take the initiative to prevent further instances of harassment.


Recently, Chris Savino, creator of “Loud House,” was fired from Nickelodeon after reports surfaced of years of sexual harassment by the showrunner, including unwanted sexual advances and threats of retribution toward partners at the end of consensual relationships.

Read the full letter below:

An Open Letter to the Animation Community

We, the women and gender non-conforming people of the animation community, would like to address and highlight the pervasive problem of sexism and sexual harassment in our business. We write this letter with the hope that change is possible, and ask that you listen to our stories and then make every effort to bring a real and lasting change to the culture of animation studios.

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, many of the women who work in animation have begun discussing more openly issues that we have dealt with quietly throughout our careers. As we came together to share our stories of sexism, sexual harassment and, in some cases, sexual assault, we were struck by the pervasiveness of the problem. Every one of us has a story to share, from tossed-off comments about our body parts that were framed as “jokes” to women being cornered in dark rooms by male colleagues to criminal assault.

Our business has always been male-dominated. Women make up only 23% of union employees, so it’s no surprise that problems with sexism and sexual harassment exist. Sexual harassment and assault are widespread issues that primarily affect women, with women of color, members of the LGBTQ+ community and other marginalized groups affected at an even greater rate.


As more women have entered the animation workforce, it seems that some men have not embraced this change. They still frequently make crass sexual remarks that make it clear women are not welcome on their crews. Some have pressed colleagues for romantic or sexual relationships, despite our clear disinterest. And some have seen the entrance of more women into the industry as an opportunity to exploit and victimize younger workers on their crews who are looking for mentorship. In addition, when sexual predators are caught at one workplace, they seem to easily find a job at another studio, sometimes even following their victims from job to job. We are tired of relying on whisper networks to know who isn’t safe to meet with alone. We want our supervisors to protect us from harassment and assault.

This abuse has got to stop.

The signatories of this letter demand that you take sexual harassment seriously. We ask that:

1. Every studio puts in place clear and enforceable sexual harassment policies and takes every report seriously. It must be clear to studio leadership, including producers, that, no matter who the abuser is, they must investigate every report or face consequences themselves.

2. The Animation Guild add language in our constitution that states that it can “censure, fine, suspend or expel any member of the guild who shall, in the opinion of the Executive Board, be found guilty of any act, omission, or conduct which is prejudicial to the welfare of the guild.” To craft and support the new language, we ask that an Anti-Harassment and Discrimination Committee be created to help educate and prevent future occurrences.

3. Our male colleagues start speaking up and standing up for us. When their co-workers make sexist remarks, or when they see sexual harassment happening, we expect them to say something. Stop making excuses for bad behavior in your friends and co-workers, and tell them what they are doing is wrong.

It has not been easy for us to share our stories with each other. Many of us were afraid because our victimizers are powerful or well-liked. Others were worried that if they came forward it would affect their careers.
Some of us have come forward in the past, only to have our concerns brushed aside, or for our supervisors to tell us “he’s just from a different era.” All of us are saddened and disheartened to hear how widespread the problem of sexual harassment still is in the animation industry, and how many of our friends had been suffering in secret.

It is with this in mind that we resolve to do everything we can to prevent anyone else from being victimized. We are united in our mission to wipe out sexual harassment in the animation industry, and we will no longer be silent.

Signed,

Abigail Davies
Ae Ri Yoon
Alejandra Quintas
Alex Mack
Alice Herring
Aliki Theofilopoulos
Allie Splain
Allison Kim
Allison Perry
Alyx Jolivet
Amalia Levari
Amanda Li
Amanda Turnage
Amber Vucinich
Amelia Lorenz
Aminder Dhaliwal
Angela Li
Angelina Ricardo
Anna Hollingsworth
Anna O’Brian
Anne Walker Farrell
Annisa Adjani
Arlyne Ramirez
Ashley Fisher
Ashley King
Ashlyn Anstee
Audrey Diehl
Aurry Tan
Becky Lau
Bethany Lo
Bri Neumann
Brianne Drouhard
Bridget Ore
Brittany Rochford
Cameron Butler
Careen Ingle
Carly SIlverman
Caroline Director
Caroline Foley
Carrie Liao
Casey Follen
Catharina Sukiman
Chelsea McAlarney
Cheyenne Curtis
Chivaun Fitzpatrick
Christina Faulkner
Christine Liu
Citlalli Anderson
Clio Chiang
Daniaelle Simonsen
Danielle Bonadona
Danny Ducker
Diana Huh
Diana Kidlaied
Diem Doan
Elaine Wu
Elisa Phillips
Elise Fachon
Elise Willis
Elizabeth (Betsy) Bauer
Elizabeth Ito
Elizabeth McMahill
Emily Brundige
Emily Rice
Emily Walus
Emily Quinn
Erin Kavanagh
Eunsoo Jeong
Evon Freeman
Faryn Pearl
Ginny Hawes
Gizelle Orbino
Grace Babineau
Grace Mi
grace young
Haley Mancini
Hannah Ayoubi
Heather Gregersen
Hilary Florido
Hillary Bradfield
Hsuan Ho
Ilana M Schwartz
Jackie Bae
Jacqueline Sheng
Jean Kang
Jen Bardekoff
Jen Bennett
Jenn Ely
Jenn Strickland
Jenna Boyd
Jenny Cho
Jess Marfisi
Jessica Gao
Jessica von Medicus
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Jordan Rosato
Julia Kaye
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Kendra Melton
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Kiki Manrique
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Kim Le
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Kristen Gish
Kristen Morrison
Kristin Koch
Lacey Dyer
Lamb Chamberlin
Laura Hohman
Laura Sreebny
Lauren Duda
Lauren Faust
Lauren Patterson
Leah Artwick
Lily Williams
Lindsay Carrozza
Lindsey Pollard
Lisa Hanawalt
Lissa Treiman
Liz Climo
Lorraine Grate
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Lynn Wang
Maaike Scherff
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Maggie Kang
Maha Tabikh
Mallory Carlson
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Mariah-Rose Marie M
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Mary Nash
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McKenna Harris
Megan Dong
Megan Lloyd
Megan Phonesavanh
Megan Waldow
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Miho Tomimasu
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Minty Lewis
Mollie Freilich
Monica Davila
Monica DeStefano
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The Deep Gender Divide in Hollywood -- Illustrated Screenplay
Produced by: Jordan Saville
Written by: Holly Snelling
[Transcribed from the video by Tara Carreon]

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The vast swath of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein and others are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to accusations of sexism inside the film industry. As these startling statistics show, Hollywood is a male-dominated industry where men see better roles, higher salaries, and more awards and recognitions, than their female counterparts.

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In 2016, women made up only 17% of all directors, writers, producers, executive producers, editors and cinematographers on the top 250 grossing U.S. films.

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92% of these movies had no female directors, and 72% had no female writers.

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In the top 100 grossing films in 2015, only 17% had a female lead.

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Despite the fact that films with female leads gross 15.8% more on average than films with male leads …

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male characters received double the amount of screen-time to women.

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The gender gap grew wider when the film had a film lead. In comparison, when there was a female lead, male characters had a similar screen-time.

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Women were three times as likely as men to appear fully or partially nude in the top 100 grossing films of 2014.

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Women were also much more likely than men to be given a personal life role, like a mother or wife.

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Forbes magazine calculated 14 actors were paid more than the highest-paid actress this year. Mark Wahlberg is the highest-paid male actor in Hollywood, earning $68 million dollars.

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Emma Stone – the highest-paid actress – earns only $26 million dollars.

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And only three actresses featured in the top 20 highest-paid movie stars in Hollywood.

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Only four women have ever been nominated for best director since the Academy Awards began in 1929. And only one woman has ever won:

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Kathryn Bigelow for the 2008 war film, The Hurt Locker.

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In the Oscars’ 89-year history, only sixteen female screenwriters have won an award, and not a single female cinematographer has ever been nominated.

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Is this a trend that will change anytime soon?

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Emma Stone recently revealed some of her male co-stars have taken paycuts in the past to insure equal pay, while Jessica Chastain admits she now turns down roles that offer her a fraction of what her male counterpart would earn.

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One of 2017’s biggest films, Wonder Woman, was the first superhero blockbuster to be directed by a woman. Patty Jenkins has signed on to direct the sequel, with her estimated $8 million dollar salary, making her the highest-paid female director ever.

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Whether these turn out to be one-off examples, or the start of a new trend, remains to be seen. The chorus of voices calling for change in Hollywood are certainly growing, but the figures suggest there is much more that needs to be done.

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Produced by: Jordan Saville
Written by: Holly Snelling
Voiceover: Maria Vultaggio
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Music: Ketsa ‘Come This Far’
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