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Poor Julie Chen...

who's talking here?

SagaciousSighFiGurl 4
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SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 11 days ago -

I don?t even know what?s appropriate nowadays to even say when you?re husband is obviously a serious creep.

What would you do Ladies? Moonves has been fired and now there?s 12 women who say he harassed and made unwanted advances. He admits to trying to kiss his female physician but not all of that other stuff.

Looks CBS has real issues. Moonves isn?t the only that just got canned. Their 60 Minutes chief has also been fired for the same thing.

I get a woman wants to remain loyal to her husband, though obviously he doesn?t return the favor, but WHAT is loyalty in this situation?
To me it would have to be complete transparency on his part first, no lying. Then treatment I guess.
Moonves  

sdanielmcev --- 11 days ago -

It's about the money. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 11 days ago -

I think it?s the power. This seems to be quite common with rich, powerful men...they like to say so sue me, you?ll loose or you?ll not work in this town again.

Power, very corrupting. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 11 days ago -

Power, very corrupting.

Its not the power that causes it. It starts with an urge or desire. The power makes it easier to satisfy that urge or desire. Lets not forget that women do seek out powerful men. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 10 days ago -

I don't think most men's "urges" cause them to do this bc all people have urges, both sexes, and the vast majority would never consider pushing themselves on someone. The vast majority of us find people attractive in life. All the time. There's a courtship ritual thing where people flirt, endeavor to start a relationship, getting to know someone and date. The question is where does it go from normal flirtation and showing NORMAL interest to someone routinely harassing and pushing themselves on someone that's not interested? It's confusing bc all romantic interactions start out pretty much the same way, but in these situations it's morphs into something totally different when they don't stop or go into masturbating in front of their own doctor with reckless abandon.

Women are attracted to powerful men bc they go for image in a man. Just as men are biologically driven by factors in women. Even in these cases, a man who starts to force or harass is no longer going to be attractive to someone looking for a legit partner. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 10 days ago -

I'm not talking exclusively sexual urges (women don't have them). I meant conquest urges. 

Joe Blow --- 10 days ago -

I don?t even know what?s appropriate nowadays to even say when you?re husband is obviously a serious creep.


Like Kavanaugh's wife. Sad. 

Prolix Raconteur --- 10 days ago -

She looked pretty damn happy sitting behind him with their daughters on the first day of the hearings. At least until the liberal histrionics ensued. 

TinktheSprite --- 7 days ago -

I'm not talking exclusively sexual urges (women don't have them). I meant conquest urges.

Women don't have sexual urges? Huh? 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 7 days ago -

Well, poor Julie Chen has left her show The Talk.
She also hosts Big Brother and last week for the first time ever, she signed off as ?Julie Moonves?.
That created quite a stir since her husband was forced to leave CBS Amid sexual harassment allegations from multiple women, including his physician.

Now, she has left The Talk. Maybe CBS is getting cold feet about someone who is ?standing by her man? when she should be standing purely for what?s right instead? Imo, women like her are part of the problem.

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(Reuters) - Julie Chen, the wife of former CBS Corp Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves, is stepping down from daytime show "The Talk" on CBS, CNNMoney reported late on Monday, a week after Moonves resigned amid sexual misconduct allegations.

Chen's decision to leave the TV show is effective immediately, CNNMoney reported, citing two sources close to her.

Chen has decided that her main focus needs to be "clearing her husband's name from accusations" of alleged incidents "25-30 years ago" and tending to her son, CNNMoney quoted one of the sources as saying.? 

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