As is the thought of how many people enabled this behavior," journalist and author Mark Harris wrote. "This Harvey Weinstein story is stomach-turning.


Coming. To Lose. forward." And. By. To. Gain. Nothing. Amber Tamblyn, who recently spoke out about her own experiences with sexual harassment, said, "Heed the mantra and never forget: Women. Everything. Have.
And to the men out there, stand up. She responded on Twitter saying, "Women fight on. The Times article revealed actress Rose McGowan reached $100,000 settlement Weinstein in 1997. We need you as allies."
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Women were not alone in speaking out against Weinstein. Film producer Keith Calder wrote, "Just flipped through some contracts to make sure I'm legally allowed to say Harvey Weinstein is the worst person in the film business."
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It's brave." "The woman who chose to speak about their experience of harassment by Harvey Weinstein deserve our awe," she wrote on Twitter. "It's not fun or easy. Lena Dunham was among the first to respond, and commended the individuals who came forward.


"Every industry has at least one of these powerful creeps. Look around. A number of journalists put the spotlight on male-dominated cultures in the workplace. Do you know who the Weinstein is?," Ann Friedman asked, while TV writer Anne Donahue shared a story of her own. "I'll go first: I was a 17-yr-old co-op student and he insisted on massaging my shoulders as I typed," she wrote.


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On Thursday, a bombshell investigation in the New York Times cited decades-spanning sexual harassment allegations against producer Harvey Weinstein, and celebrities were quick to react to the shocking report.
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