They say “What comes around, goes around” but in the case of Harvey Weinstein, it doesn’t seem like there is enough karma in the world to inflict the kind of damage he’s done to dozens of women in Hollywood.
He may have lost The Weinstein Company, a large portion of his income, and his dignity, but many will tell you that’s still not enough.
Okay, who are we kidding, he had no dignity to begin with, just a massive ego and sense of entitlement.
In a universe coming together moment, Weinstein’s despicable actions have forced a revolution, not only in the entertainment industry but across the U.S.
Sexual harassment is now out in the open thanks to many actresses and former assistants that finally said enough is enough and stood up to the former Hollywood behemoth.
The #MeToo movement gave women from all walks of life a voice that was once silenced.
Those courageous women, aka the “Silence Breakers,” were named Time Magazine‘s Person of the Year. Waitresses, nurses, teachers, lawyers, doctors, factory workers, cleaning ladies – are all finally being heard.
Accepting a lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes, Oprah said “Their time has come” and it has; but the time has also come for Weinstein to catch some hands – which he did.