Open letter to all dating
We know who you are.” The downfall of Harvey Weinstein has created a domino effect across Hollywood, as women are coming forward to expose the sexual harassment in the industry.As producers and celebrities are accused, the films and TV shows they were involved in have also suffered.She said that those who work in the fashion world 'operate within a culture that is too accepting of abuse, in all of its manifestations,' adding that those who 'turn a blind eye' are complicit in allowing the problem to continue.The British model also emphasised that it wasn't just women who face sexual abuse in the fashion industry, but also men - suggesting it may be 'more difficult' for male victims to speak out.
Save it for the tabloids, Bergen Record; this was pure unfiltered garbage.
Those who wish to avoid the ministry of women will still be able legally to do so.
We hope and pray that all will feel able to work together in the future with the trust and respect that should characterise our church.
Our inaction makes us complicit.' Her letter comes after her fellow model Cameron Russell posted a series of anonymous testimonies about sexual harassment that has taken place in the fashion industry on Instagram.
Referring to the stories shared by the former Victoria's Secret model, Edie wrote: 'Since Cameron Russell enlisted the help of many fashion people to share the stories of sexual abuse she had been sent - anonymously - by other models, the conversation has only focused on Terry Richardson.'She added that the more 'complex truth' was that the models who shared their stories 'were not all talking about the same photographer.'Several of those who shared their stories recounted having their genitals or breasts touched without consent during a photo shoot, and being told that rebuffing advances would harm their careers.