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woodward in the susan donovan piece in "the new york times" piece on me verified the story. anne woodward was jill messic's assistant and she was on a lot of these calls and she's come out, "the new york times" verified her story. >> and in that vein, let me ask you this, do you think that the expectation in hollywood that you're describing and now that many people have described that women would trade sexual favors for their career were so ingrained in the system -- >> no. i think it's ingrained in the system to own and rape women, and the casting couch is us trying to get a job. what if it's you using that power dynamic to rape? think about the difference and think about the spins and write history because it's not us. we need to rise up into our own power and see where we're being manipulated and see why it's a collective stockholm syndrome and a system that needs to be broken down and again, in my book, when i talk about these stories it's using, if i talk about meryl streep and i don't talk about her in the book or ben affleck or anybody, they're a construct. they're a type.
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