What someone does in private with another (or many) consenting adult(s) is none of my business - I have ninety-nine problems of my own to worry about...
But when did just whipping it out and masturbating in front of an imposed-upon woman become the go-to move?
Did these men think such a thirsty act would convince these women (and in some cases, men) that they were somehow missing out on something good?
That if they could only see what they were missing, only then would they become convinced that these men were desirable?
It was just over twenty-five years ago when Paul Rueben's career came crashing down after police interrupted his 'personal time' in a Sarasota, Florida adult theatre.
I'm not saying his 'hole in a bucket of popcorn' move was the most elegant, but no one else was violated.
Many in Hollywood shunned Pee-Wee.
But not Bill Cosby.
Hmmm, go figure.
Louis C.K., Bill O'Reilly, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Steven Seagal, Dustin Hoffman, Brett Ratner, Jeremy Piven, Andy Dick, and a litany of other high-profile coaches, bosses and politicians (even down to George H W Bush) have all made #MeToo into a rallying cry for women to out men for past indiscretions.
These days, even in an extremely censorious environment, Pee Wee's indiscretion would be back page news.
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