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Editorial: No, there's no #MeToo exception for LGBTQ

It should be clear by now that people can't justify their inappropriate sexual behavior by claiming that they're fond of locker-room talk or that they came of age in a bygone era with different mores. That's just as true for the LGBTQ community as for any other.

But apparently that message hasn't reached West

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