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This New York Times comment perfectly explains why women didn't speak up about Harvey Weinstein

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One of the counter-arguments in the whole Harvey Weinstein saga that keeps seeping through social media as more celebrities speak up against the disgraced Hollywood producer is: why didn't these women come forward years ago? Why not before the New York Times investigation and the public outcry that followed? 


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