The only ones who should be saying anything is those who have actually been abused or raped. Way too many, not just in wrestling lately, are being "canceled" and accused of "heinous actions" that are nothing more than hitting on the girl and being rejected and that being in the end of it.
Tyler Bates for example, drinking with a girl at a bar, hit on her and asked if she'd like to go back to his hotel room. She said no, that was the end of it. But apparently that traumatized this girl, now, and she's so brave for coming out and telling her story.
And save the survivor stuff for actual victims of rape and physical abuse. You're not a survivor because someone touched your hair while trying to hit on/flirt with you.
David Starr is a POS. Joey Ryan is a POS. These are not surprising. The wokest online are usually the biggest scumbags IRL, especially the male feminist variety of wokeness.
I absolutely hate cancel culture and social media mobs where everyone is guilty upon accusation and shouldn't be allowed to even attempt to be proven innoncent.
Last Edit: Jun 22, 2020 20:42:27 GMT -6 by Patriot
A lot of stuff has come out, some of it legit terrible and some of it simply is not harassment and should be a non-story, but this is the best thing to come from it. We'll never hear from David Starr again and his non-stop whining about unions, BLM, or any other social justice cause he wanted to spew for twitter praise.