Model Alliance & Time’s Up Urge Victoria’s Secret to ‘Take a Stand Against Sexual Harassment in Fashion’. But Is It Genuine? Some Of Our Digs Included…
If you were a model and had bad experiences in the fashion industry, wouldn’t you want to go to the advocacy organization that claims to stand up for model’s rights. What if you found out that those organizations are funded by the same people that are committing the crimes? Think; Honeypot.
The following is from Glamour.com
A new petition urging Victoria’s Secret to take a stand against acts of sexual harassment and violence has been signed by more than 100 models, many of whom have worked with the brand in the past. In an open letter written by the Model Alliance and addressed to Victoria’s Secret CEO John Mehas, current and former runway stars call on the company to take a role in remedying sexual harassment, citing “numerous allegations of sexual assault, alleged rape, and sex trafficking of models and aspiring models,” as several photographers associated with the company have been accused of misconduct, plus the links between various L Brands executives—including company head Leslie Wexner—and convicted sex offender and former financier Jeffrey Epstein.
It has already been signed by Christy Turlington Burns, Doutzen Kroes, Milla Jovovich, Gemma Ward, Carolyn Murphy, Caitriona Balfe, Karen Elson, among others. Time’s Up has also co-signed.
You can read their letter here.
Dig on the Model Alliance
Dorian Warren sits on the board of directors for Model Alliance. Dorian is the President of the Center for Community Change Action (CCCA) and Vice-President of the Center for Community Change (CCC).
‘Center for Community Change Action’ runs a Super PAC, set up in March 2016, called ‘Immigrant Voters Win’. The Super PAC raised more than $10 million for the 2016 presidential election with the largest single donation of $3 million coming from George Soros.
One of the Center’s most influential projects is the ‘Fair Immigration Reform Movement’ (FIRM). FIRM opposes border security measures and claims violence by immigration enforcement agents is the larger threat to American security. FIRM receives money from George Soros’s Open Society Foundations.
The organization receives funding and sponsorships from other progressive groups, such as ‘Democracy Alliance’, ‘Planned Parenthood Action Fund’, and more. Top donations to the non-profit included $3,000,000 from the ‘W.K. Kellogg Foundation’, $2,350,000 from the ‘Ford Foundation’, and $1,750,000 from the ‘Open Society Foundation’.
The executive director of CCC is Deepak Bhargava, who also serves on the advisory board of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations.
DIG On Time’s Up
Time’s Up is a ‘movement’ started by Hollywood in response to the Weinstein effect and #MeToo. They have been promoted by Alyssa Milano, Jussie Smollett, Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris, Natalie Portman, and the list goes on… Time’s Up was started by four female CAA agents: Maha Dakhil, Michelle Kydd Lee, Hylda Queally and Christy Haubegger. CAA (Creative Artists Agency) is a American talent and sports agency based in Los Angeles, and is one of the top talent agencies in the world. Did you know that Alyssa Milano’s husband is a CAA agent? CAA has been accused of being aware of accusations against Weinstein and still sent actresses to him, even though they knew of his predatory behavior.
.@rosemcgowan on former co-star Alyssa Milano's #MeToo work: 'She's a lie.' But Milano tells @ABC News' Nightline, "I am and always have been completely supportive of Rose." Tonight on Nightline with @JujuChangABC pic.twitter.com/2wZt2jXdaE
— Nightline (@Nightline) February 1, 2018
If the casting couch is a tool used by Hollyweird to give roles to aspiring actors, then who would be responsible for setting up the ‘auditions’? Would this organization need to manufacture an image of activism against sexual assault in order to manipulate the public’s perception of their own wrong-doings? Is this letter from the ‘Model Alliance’ & Time’s Up a red herring to distract from thier own crimes?
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