As I turned on the television, the same narrative but a new face appeared on my screen. Another powerful man had been accused of sexual misconduct, and the numerous claims waged against him were credible. Watching the story unfold, I wondered how society had gotten to this place. Each story had the same starring figure, a man in a position of power. The stories, shockingly, were not about politics or race or sexual orientation but about what this man had done. Each time a man in a position of power had taken advantage of someone, or a number of someones, who were subordinate to him, and he had managed to keep them silent. What caused these men to believe that their actions were not despicabl
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