Mayim Bialik clarifies comments on sex assault

Mayim Bialik clarifies comments on sex assault

Mayim Bialik clarifies comments on sex assault

In the original essay, Bialik wrote about some of the "self-protecting" choices she made as a young actress to counteract the industry's culture of complicity.

"Well obviously it's been a very exciting and complicated handful of days. Why are we the ones who have to police our behavior?"

"She said she she regrets the firestorm ignited "because literally I was trying to speak about a very specific experience I've had in a very specific industry".

Another said: "You need to take an honest read of what you wrote and commit to some serious introspection, if you think that wasn't victim-blaming". And I think especially I feel really honored to be a part of this conversation about the exploitation of women in the industry that has employed me since I'm 11 years old.

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Actress Patricia Arquette, whose sister Rosanna has accused Weinstein of harassment, tweeted Bialik.

She clarified that she would never "blame a woman for her assault based on her clothing or behavior". From allegations of sexual misconduct, rape to harassment, the movie mogul has been the subject of much debate on social media. I totally get that, and I really do intend to convey that I understand that.

'I have decided that my sexual self is best reserved for private situations with those I am most intimate with, ' she wrote. "That may not be true for all women - I'm not saying that makes me immune to abuse or assault".

But those who are now shaming Bialik for speaking her mind might have missed the point she was making when she also wrote that "Women should be able to wear whatever they want". "I am not passing judgment on women who do".

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Bialik concluded the essay by writing "if you're not a flawless 10, know that there are people out there who will find you stunning, irresistible and worthy of attention, respect and love". I got raped at work at a Payless shoe store.

She went on to say that she was "deeply hurt if any woman in particular who has been assaulted or any man thinks that in any way I was victim-blaming".

'Anyone who knows me and my feminism knows that's absurd and not at all what this piece was about. I've also heard many voice that had taken my words out of the context of Hollywood to make it a condemnation to the attitude of some women or their outfit. "She encouraged me to be myself in audition rooms". I wasn't wearing a skirt; I had on extremely ugly burgundy trousers and a white shirt. So those were also the values that I was raised with. I don't feel conflict about that. "This isn't feminism", she tweeted. She also shared an article about what kind of clothing women wore when they were raped, which showed that during the assault majority wore shirts and trousers.

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"I tend to be more of an old-school, fuddy-duddy, second-wave feminist", she added. In the article, she described her "different" experiences in Hollywood and how her non-standard looks gave her an advantage.

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