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Spry goes on to explain how the exclusive and insular Can Lit scene, often functioning primarily as a conduit between university departments and small government-grant-operated publishing presses, protects “its own monsters from public indictment.” The accusation is that, just like most power structures where workplace harassment and sexual abuse are prevalent, a culture of silence and complicity protects the abusers and allows the abuse to go on for years.Spry alleges that over the years, he witnessed and was made aware of “innumerable instances of unwanted affection, groping, inappropriate remarks and propositions” by professors, which, if met by rejection, would result in the denigration and degradation of the women who rejected them.But it was also equally frustrating to see that people were reacting differently to long-standing allegations, now that a man had confirmed them.These are the same allegations that many women had been talking about for years, she said.It’s easier now.— Jess Rowan Marcotte (@jekagames) January 9, 2018 O’Neill, the award-winning novelist who was a student at Concordia’s creative writing program, quickly took to Twitter to remind everyone that she had been openly and publicly talking about sexual misconduct at Concordia since the late 1990s.In a subsequent CBC interview she revealed that she too had been harassed by an older professor who kept attempting to sleep with her for a year.
This is the first time a man this close to the situation has acknowledged it publicly and unequivocally for what it was AND drawn something bigger with it than a self-flagellating Facebook post about f*cking up.” Although some prominent names have surfaced on social media, Shepard, the Concordia president, declined to say who was under investigation, telling reporters at a news conference on Wednesday in Montreal that any person accused of wrongdoing deserved to have due process.Allegations of sexual misconduct have rocked academia for some time now and in today’s climate of increased awareness and #Me Too revelations, it’s not unreasonable to expect that more will see the light.In 2016, author Steven Galloway was fired from the University of British Columbia following a months-long investigation into what the university called "a record of misconduct that resulted in an irreparable breach of trust." In 2014, a Ph. student filed a complaint against a professor at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) who repeatedly sexually harassed her.Mingle2 is your #1 resource for flirting, sexting & hooking up in Squamish! Discover how easy it is to meet single women and men looking for fun in Squamish — from the comfort of your own home!Use our FREE personal ads to find available singles in Squamish and get to know them in our chat room.