Social Justice Warriors Need to Shut Up and Go to Class

Disclaimer: This op-ed piece was submitted anonymously to The Drew Acorn and therefore was not edited by the editorial board.

People need to get over their shit. Jesus fucking Christ. I’m sitting here today while I look at your ridiculous Facebook posts and Snapchat stories: “If anyone sees woody allen on campus today kindly knee him in his old pedo nuts for me k thx”.

I know you think you’re a good person for standing up against a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a child but calling for violence and elder abuse is really shitty you greasy hypocrites. The fact of the matter is that if you’re going to try to leave your liberal college bubble by creating social upheaval over Woody Allen you should make sure to also boycott list of celebrities and movies below.

2017 Wonder Wheel (written by) (completed)

2016 Crisis in Six Scenes (TV Series) (written by – 6 episodes)

– Episode #1.5 (2016) … (written by)

– Episode #1.4 (2016) … (written by)

– Episode #1.3 (2016) … (written by)

– Episode #1.2 (2016) … (written by)

– Episode #1.6 (2016) … (written by)

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2016 Café Society (written by)

2015 Irrational Man (written by)

2014 Magic in the Moonlight (written by)

2013 Blue Jasmine (written by)

2012 To Rome with Love (written by)

2011 Midnight in Paris (written by)

2010 You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (written by)

2009 Sdelka (Short) (play)

2009 Whatever Works (written by)

2008 Vicky Cristina Barcelona (written by)

2007 Cassandra’s Dream (written by)

2006 Scoop (written by)

2005 Match Point (written by)

2004 Melinda and Melinda (written by)

2003 Anything Else (written by)

2002 Hollywood Ending (written by)

2001 Sounds from a Town I Love (TV Short)

2001 The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (written by)

2000 Small Time Crooks (written by)

1999 Sweet and Lowdown (written by)

1998 Celebrity (written by)

1997 Count Mercury Goes to the Suburbs (Short) (story “Count Dracula”)

1997 Deconstructing Harry (written by)

1996 Everyone Says I Love You (written by)

1995 Mighty Aphrodite (written by)

1995 Une aspirine pour deux (TV Movie) (play)

1994 Don’t Drink the Water (TV Movie) (play) / (teleplay)

1994 Bullets Over Broadway (written by)

1993 Manhattan Murder Mystery (written by)

1992 Husbands and Wives (written by)

1991 Shadows and Fog (written by)

1990 Alice (written by)

1989 Somebody or The Rise and Fall of Philosophy (Short) (story “Mr Big”)

1989 Crimes and Misdemeanors (written by)

1989 New York Stories (written by – segment “Oedipus Wrecks”)

1988 Another Woman (written by)

1987 September (written by)

1987 Radio Days (written by)

1986 Hannah and Her Sisters (written by)

1985 The Purple Rose of Cairo (written by)

1984 Broadway Danny Rose (written by)

1983 Zelig (written by)

1982 A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy (written by)

1981 The Subtil Concept (Short) (story “Mr Big”)

1980 Stardust Memories (written by)

1979 Manhattan (written by)

1978 Interiors (written by)

1977 Annie Hall (written by)

1975 Love and Death (written by)

1973 Sleeper (written by)

1972 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (written for the screen by)

1972 Play It Again, Sam (based on the play by) / (screenplay)

1971 Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story (TV Short)

1971 Bananas (written by)

1970 Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You (screenplay “What’s New, Pussycat?”)

1969 Don’t Drink the Water (based on the play by)

1969 The Woody Allen Special (TV Special documentary) (writer)

1969 Take the Money and Run (original screenplay)

1967 The Kraft Music Hall (TV Series) (Woody Allen’s material – 1 episode)

– Woody Allen Looks at 1967 (1967) … (Woody Allen’s material)

1967 Casino Royale (uncredited)

1967 The World: Color It Happy (TV Movie) (written by)

1966 What’s Up, Tiger Lily?

1966 Gene Kelly in New York, New York (TV Movie)

1965 What’s New Pussycat (original screenplay)

1963 The Sid Caesar Show (TV Series) (uncredited)

1962 The Laughmakers (TV Short)

1961 The Garry Moore Show (TV Series) (2 episodes)

– Episode #4.3 (1961)

– Episode #4.2 (1961)

1960/I Candid Camera (TV Series)

1960 General Electric Theater (TV Series) (1 episode)

– Hooray for Love (1960)

1960 Hooray for Love (TV Movie)

1959 At the Movies (TV Movie)

1958 The Sid Caesar Show (TV Movie) (writer)

1956 Stanley (TV Series)

1950 The Colgate Comedy Hour (TV Series) (uncredited)

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Celebrities:

Michael Jackson: In 1993, Michael Jackson was accused of child molestation by the mother of a 13-year-old boy

Bill Cosby: In 2004, Bill Cosby was accused of sexual misconduct by 13 different women

CeeLo Green: In 2012, CeeLo Green was accused of sexually assaulting a woman whom he had eaten dinner with in Los Angeles.

  1. Kelly: R. Kelly was charged with statutory rape and child pornography in 2002 after a video surfaced that appeared to show Kelly having sex and urinating on an underage girl.

Britney Spears: In 2012, Britney Spears was accused of sexual harassment by former body guard, Fernando Flores. He claimed the pop star flashed him and invited him into her bedroom while she was nude.

Kobe Bryant: NBA player Kobe Bryant was accused of rape in 2003

Bryan Singer: In 2014, X-Men director Bryan Singer was accused of sexually abusing a male teenager.

Sean Penn: In 1988, Sean Penn was charged with domestic violence for an incident involving his then-wife Madonna. Allegedly, Penn tied Madonna to a chair and gagged her before leaving the house to get alcohol. When he returned, he is rumored to have only untied the singer when she agreed to perform sexual acts.

Mike Tyson: Mike Tyson was convicted of a rape charge in 1992 after sexually assaulting 18-year-old Desiree Washington

Al Gore: In 2006, Al Gore was accused of making unwanted sexual advances towards a female masseuse

Oscar Wilde: Writer Oscar Wilde was convicted of sodomy and indecent acts in 1895. He spent two years in prison.

Tupac Shakur: Tupac Shakur was charged with sexual battery and sodomy in 1993

https://www.ranker.com/list/famous-people-charged-with-sex-crimes/celebrity-lists

It’s important to separate art from the artist and recognize the fact that this movie filming brings a lot of recognition to Drew. To voice your concern for an issue that is important to you is great but posting messages like “I just saying that if Woody Allen shows up we we all need to be ready to break the fucker’s jaw at least” is flat out wrong. Not only does the grammar and spelling in your post tell us enough about the type of person you are, but also makes it clear that you’re more interested in making a commotion than creating positive social change.

A school with supposed liberal values that allows students to advocate acts of violence whilst restricting free speech is a crime on its own. So calm the fuck down Woody Allen isn’t going to try take any kids from the Acorn Academy or whatever and you’re just an annoying hypocrite who’s ruining an incredible opportunity for this university and the majority of its students. I honestly don’t have the time or crayons to continue trying to explain this to you but if you’re one of these social media posters who’s advocating for violence, do everyone a favor and shut up you nasty deluded pieces of garbage.

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