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So often in this reckoning, it has fallen to women to explain what bad men did and why they had to go away.
There will, surely, be a time when people like Silverman, and so many others, will be free again to simply do their work—in their truest voices, on their own terms—and, through the full flourishing of their talents, prod and challenge and expose the ways we fail and hurt and misunderstand one another.
She then addressed the difficult conflicted feelings she because of being old and close friends with C. but also having to accept that his misdeeds are in fact a reality.
"It's a real mindf--k, you know, because I love Louis. Both of those statements are true, so I just keep asking myself, "Can you love someone who did bad things? " I can mull that over later, certainly, because the only people that matter right now are the victims," the comedienne stated.
K.; at the other men who had been outed as harassers or abusers, and all those who still hadn’t been; and at being called upon to somehow account for her friendship with C.
Silverman spoke powerfully, but there was, behind her remarks, a flaring of irritation—at Louis C.host has broken her silence on her friend's recent scandal. Sarah Silverman discussed the sexual harassment allegations made against Louis C. "It's a real mind-fuck, because I love Louis, but Louis did these things.Both of those statements are true, so I just keep asking myself, 'Can you love someone who did bad things? ""It’s OK to have some kind of empathy or compassion about it.
It’s very nuanced and it’s worth understanding."The pathology of what creates an abuser is still not known, but when it comes to masturbating in front of someone without consent (the kinds of action that C. is accused of, and has admitted to), the Cut talked to a sex therapist, who shed some light on this disturbing behavior.