But our behavior, in the real world, toward women – that doesn’t get a pass on inappropriate. These women who have spoken up are brave, and we owe them so much.https://t.co/y ECc41l1Uz — Nicole Silverberg (@nsilverberg) November 9, 2017 it's so disappointing to say farewell to my comedic hero, louis ck, the guy who engineers his entire life around cramming the n-word into his overrated comedy routines. https://t.co/wy A5Ime DO7 — Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) November 9, 2017 I was told to delete a tweet I wrote about Louis CK abusing women before I applied to a high-profile comedy job because the people conducting the hiring process might not like it. — Mitra Jouhari (@tweetrajouhari) November 9, 2017 What we are too often missing here is what these men (Weinstein, Trump, Spacey, Roy Moore, Louis CK, etc.) did was not just wrong or inappropriate, SEXUAL ASSAULT IS ILLEGAL.
"I think [I won't] ever do the whole men thing anymore, or get married.
The mannequin's white undergarments conjured up images of a Seinfeld episode in which Alexander's character, George Costanza, posed for a photoshoot wearing nothing but white underwear and black socks.
Fans of the show were also reminded of an episode in which Julia Louis-Dreyfus' character, Elaine, found her own mannequin look-alike.
I'm just done with men — I may French kiss someone, but I won't ever get married," she told James Corden during Carpool Karaoke last week.
That doesn't mean she shouldn't make an appearance on every wedding playlist.