Trumps #MeToo Moment Moment Via Penis Rub


Donald Trump Gets Violated by Moby

Cristal M Clark

When you think about it and I mean really think about this, who doesn’t have a #MeToo story these days? In his new memoir, “Then It Fell Apart” 53-year old singer Moby admits to knob-touching President Donald Trump years ago prior to his being president at a party which was full of businessmen and real-estate developers, hence why Trump was in attendance.


Knob-touching by the way is the act of a man removing his penis from his pants and brushing it up against something, generally another person and this case that other individual was none other than one Donald Trump.

In what seems like a dare however described in the memoir as, a pal of Moby’s “subtly suggested” that Moby knob-touch Trump during the party.


“Shit I said, realizing I now had to knob-touch Donald Trump, I drank a shot of vodka to brace myself, pulled my flaccid penis out of my pants, and casually walked past Trump, trying to brush the edge of his jacket with my penis. Luckily he didn’t seem to notice or even twitch.”


Knowing Trump like we all do I am sure he was more than just “slightly” flattered by it even though he attempted to pretend that he did not notice.

As for an official comment Trump nor the White House has released anything but when he does, it will be through Twitter I would imagine, I mean quite honestly I am shocked he has yet to say anything knowing how much he loves attention and even more shocking is that Trump has not utilized this to capitalize on his very own #MeToo moment highlighting how he too has suffered at the hands of a man.

Cristal M Clark

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Roseanne Barr Upset She Never Had a #MeToo Moment



Cristal M Clark

Roseanne Barr is apparently upset that she has never had a #MeToo moment to add to the long list of things that upset her. In all fairness here however, she has brought up some valid points. During a Sunday evening interview on the Candace Owens Show Roseanne took to the air to spell out her grievance’s with the whole #MeToo movement and the reason women went to hotel rooms with men, “Well, it’s because they’re hos, like if you don’t run out of the room and go, ‘Excuse me you don’t do that to me,’ and leave, but you stayed around because you’re like, ‘Well I thought maybe he was going to give me a writing job,’ well, you aren’t nothing but a ho.”


Adding further insult to injury, she actually blamed women who came forward with accusations against men after hotel room encounters for “pretending that they didn’t go to trade sexual favors for money.”


According to dear old Roseanne she doesn’t much care for California senator Kamala Harris, Roseanne even nicknamed her “Kama Sutra Harris” and took it a huge step further by suggesting that Kamala’s former relationship with San Francisco mayor Willie Brown is related to Kamala’s career trajectory. “We all know what she did, she slept her way to the bottom.” Roseanne really did not hold back at all here.

Most of what Roseanne had to say was fair however, if some of the women who were part of #MeToo were with someone like, let’s say Bill Cosby for instance, they did not have much of a choice in the matter. But to play the part of devils advocate here, Roseanne is not entirely wrong about what she had to say, she actually hit the nail on the head. In some cases, the women knew what was going on and the reality is that they did trade sexual favors for parts, roles and money but to be clear that does not speak of every woman that has experienced something similar and it does not make what the men did right.


Not all men, but some have long and rich histories of a blatant sexual predatory behaviors towards women and they know how to use that behavior for sexual gratification and gains, they are manipulative, they know just how to hold an income or job over one’s head.

Then again, when it comes to Hollywood it was never a secret that if a woman wanted a writing gig, role or part in a movie, the best way to get it was to trade sex for it and men have long since exploited that.

the reality here is that we can all sit around and play the blame game and point fingers or we can work together to fix the behaviors and maybe stop sexually exploiting women for personal gain, and we women can stop allowing for that to happen ourselves even at the risk of losing a part, job or role. If you say no and lose something over it, you stand to gain more in a court of law.

Cristal M Clark

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‘Shitty Media Men’ list Creator Being Sued for $1.5 Million


Moira Donegan – Creator of ‘Shitty Meida Men’ List

I had no idea this list even existed.


Moira Donegan created a list which started off life as a Google Spreadsheet dubbed the ‘Shitty Media Men’ list which nudges women to anonymously post allegations of sexual misconduct by predatory men, in media.


The list was created back in October 2017.

The excuse for being able to post such accusations anonymously is that women more often than not fear coming forward with accusations, fear of losing jobs, not being listened to, being blacklisted in ones profession.

I get that and understand it completely, I just am not so sure how I feel about publicly posting such accusations anonymously because of the damage it could potentially cause someone.

A jilted former employee, coworker, lover, someone who was angry because they simply felt that the accused gets more than they themselves do.

These invisible accusers can publicly call out any man that they want and not have to come forward?

I don’t know, the whole idea just doesn’t sit well with me particularly because some of the accusations might not be true and that could ruin someone’s life and career.

The list evidently went viral and it has caused some of the men named on it to fight back.


Writer Stephen Elliott, one of the men named on the list is suing Moira Donegan for $1.5 million for libel and emotional distress.

In September, Stephen took a step forward and published the essay;  “How an Anonymous Accusation Derailed my Life.”

Stephen details how being named on the list and accused of rape has really left his life in shambles.

He was basically dropped by everyone in his field, publications canceled, uninvited to events.

According to the lawsuit Stephen plans to also sue the anonymous posters who have accused him of rape and sexual misconduct.

That’s if a Judge will force Google to release the IP addresses of those that posted, which may prove to be more difficult than anyone could imagine.

Supporters of Moira have launched a GoFundMe campaign to help pay for her legal fees.

Moira, In a tweet posted after the announcement of the lawsuit, made it very clear that she still supports the list.

Again, I am not sure how I feel about the list to be completely honest.

On the flip side of that, women have endured sexual misconduct in the workplace by men for more years than anyone truly knows and have never had a voice until recently to finally put a stop to it.

Cristal M Clark

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#Metoo Meets Men’s Groups


Men talking about how they feel


The MeToo movement stormed 2018 with such ferocity that it really shocked the entire world into viewing women differently not to mention highlight the bad behaviors of many men throughout the world.

It was bound to happen sooner rather than later. Women are for the most part really tired of being viewed, seen and treated as sexual objects that are far inferior to our male counterparts who are prone to such horrid behavior that it has ruined organizations, civilizations.

Look at the Catholic Church, a predominately run male organization that rapes and molests children and women.

We as a world, have taken a stand against such ideologies.

As the MeToo movement grows another has formed.

Several digital media and tech leaders have begun to embrace men’s only groups so that they too can express their feelings. Junto, Everyman and that like all have a purpose.

The groups encourage men to better learn how to have and create better professional and personal relationships.

Experts are not all that much for these groups. I mean it was the old boys club mentality that got to the MeToo movement after all.

But do experts really understand what the men are doing in the groups?


Unlike fighting it out “Fight Club”-style, men are sitting in small group circles weekly to talk through their feelings, allowing themselves to grow more vulnerable, to cry together.

By getting in touch with their emotions and themselves on a deeper level, they believe that they can be better employees, leaders, partners and parents and they are learning how avoid the past behaviors that allowed previous generations of men to treat women as second-class citizens.

Men have always been taught to hide or hold in their emotions, these groups are helping to teach them that is not always such a good thing.

Part of being masculine is the ability to feel, show and have just as many emotions as women do. Learning how to express those emotions in a healthy way will be key for many of the men in these groups.

Either way, I believe this is a step in the correct direction and I applaud them.


Cristal M Clark

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