June 1, 2015
Every year, hundreds, if not thousands, of regular Americans are becoming famous via reality television and yet there are still a few claimed incidents of actual celebrities involved sexual misconduct. Cosby and his, as Dave Chappelle calls them,”antique rapes,” and Jackson and his Neverland Rapes are so infamous that they need not be touched in our vigorously researched accounts of star-studded accusations. Some of these alleged violations disappeared via cash money, some via insufficient evidence to pursue an arrest, while others were taken to trial and found both guilty and not-guilty. But why so much hate on these for possibly partaking in these clearly improperly communicated sexual advances? Aren’t we all guilty of suppressing and interpreting what we want sometimes? Aren’t we all guilty of some, if not lots of, offensive sex?