Remember, I wanted to be president, so I was quite outspoken and aggressive.
Now, an onslaught of victims are coming forward with their stories – and it's going far beyond one powerful, disgraced movie producer.
Within this outpouring of stories, model Cameron Russell is sharing model's sexual assault stories on Instagram, and the posts are truly, shockingly awful.
We are talking about a culture of exploitation and it must stop.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE YOUR STORY ANONYMOUSLY, DIRECT MESSAGE ME and I will post your words.
If you would like to share publicly use the hashtag #My Job Should Not Include Abuse so the industry can see the size and scope of this problem.
Hearing about #harveyweinstein this week has sparked conversations about how widespread and how familiar his behavior is.
In the past few weeks, many victims have been stepping into the spotlight and making their voices heard.
More and more women are accusing Weinstein of heinous, deeply inappropriate acts, that range from harassment to assault. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances. Weinstein obviously can’t speak to anonymous allegations, but with respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr.
She looks beautiful, despite not being at all stylish (as evidenced by a description of her coolest pants in high school: “brown boy’s corduroys with Sesame Street elastics hand-sewn into them.” Russell, who is the daughter of a Zipcar founder, grew up without TV or fashion magazines, and has always dreamed of being president (not too late! In the accompanying interview, she discusses her reputation for being one of the most outspoken models in the industry:“I came to a fitting and was like, ‘I don’t wear fur, cancel this show!