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Stephen Fry, sexual abuse and free speech policing

by | 13th, April 2016

Paris Lees is talking about free speech in the Guardian . Stephen Fry has something so say about therapy and victims being defined by their ordeal:

“It’s a great shame and we’re all very sorry that your uncle touched you in that nasty place – you get some of my sympathy – but your self-pity gets none of my sympathy…. Self-pity is the ugliest emotion in humanity. Get rid of it, because no one’s going to like you if you feel sorry for yourself. The irony is, we’ll feel sorry for you if you stop feeling sorry for yourself. Grow up.”

Agree? Not agree? Lees has a problem

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