The second event led to being fired, after many snickers from opposing industries, and after lots of money, it faded. It helped that he died.
Then a third event appears, but is now, more or less, run-of-the-mill. Then there was a flood, which is comparable to opening a closet door and all hidden stuff pours out. How many events truly are in process will never be known.
Sexual harassment appears to be rampant. It isn't so much as rampant, but is a spotlight on a heaped and rotting garbage dump already filled, but not found.
|Lou Ailes, former Fox mogul|
AND, then there is Harvey Weinstein, a powerful Hollywood mogul. He seemed untouchable, on a pedestal to be worshipped. He was also to be feared. His closet was full with generations of evil and of women who were forever traumatized.
This is nothing new. Sexual harassment has always been a sewer in a workplace with females and males alike suffering silently, fearing repercussions. Aggressive and intimidating behavior comes from one in power, one able to get away with it.
Maybe now, the toilet can be flushed and then Roto-Rooter will be called to clean out the lines.