Depp v. Heard, and the anti-woman unhumanity of “#BelieveAllWomen”

I’m not the first to say it, but the unfolding Depp v. Heard defamation trial is serving to further expose the infantile and misguided nature of the “#BelieveAllWomen” sloganeering that arose from the “#MeToo” movement.

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I like to write about life and make music. james.deagle@protonmail.com

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