Louis C.K.

A year after #MeToo upended the status quo, the accused are attempting comebacks — but not offering apologies

A year after #MeToo upended the status quo, the accused are attempting comebacks — but not offering apologies

Louis C.K. has performed sets at the Comedy Cellar. Matt Lauer is taking meetings. Charlie Rose reportedly pitched a show in which he’d interview other men brought down by the #MeToo movement.

These men and many others caught up in allegations of sexual misconduct lost their jobs, their reputations and their privilege.

What most of them haven’t lost is the conviction that they — not the women who decided to no longer suffer in silence — are the real victims and, as such, do not need forgiveness.

In other words, if you’re waiting for them to make an apology, forget it. These men might regret getting caught. But expressing true remorse about the damage they caused isn’t...

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