Girl kids that boldly come into the largely male-actor-dominated tinsel world need a Joan of Arc or Lara Crofts spirit!

What they and the public call, rather euphemistically, as an “occupational hazard” of this industry is actually kind of workplace or off-location harassment that is difficult to either connive at or be considerate about!

Mind you the character roles that these spunky young women act out in front of the cameras and arc lights may be good or bad; they may let themselves be put to some extremes of endurance also as part of what they are doing but that doesn’t mean that they can be humiliated as women or taken undue advantage of as prime sex recreation stuff.

However such incidents happen basically because of undeserved mollycoddling and widespread lionizing of the male “mega stars”—like the heroes they played in some film productions…

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