In his debut novel, Oscar winner Sean Penn criticized the #Metoo movement, which highlighted sexual harassment and abuse around the world.
In the epilogue of the fictitious novel titled "Bob Honey Who's Just Do Stuff," Penn seemed to defend Louis CK and Charlie Rose, who was faced with allegations of sexual misconduct, reports E! Online.
"Where have all the laughs gone? / Are you out there, Louis CK? / Once important conversations / Holding us on our toes / Was it really in our interest to trample on Charlie Rose? / And what about this "me too"? / This infantilizing concept of the day … / Is this the crust of a toddler? / Reduce Rape, Slut's Chastisement, and Role to Reckless Kid's Play? "
The poem was quickly relapsing into social media, and a user tweeted," I have a PhD in poetry and would like to say that Sean Penn's poem is both in shape and form also terrible in content "
" while jokingly exchanging about the crazy old sailor, do not forget his one well-documented history of abuse & violent behavior thanks! "wrote another Twitter user.
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