#henrycavill said in his @GQMagazine interview that the #metoo movement has made him nervous to flirt because he doesn’t want to be called a rapist. He is basically saying that women are so sensitive that they can’t even handle someone flirting with them. Superman can suck it.— Amy Rebollar (@amyrebollar) July 11, 2018
Stop trying to derail the conversation by claiming #MeToo wants to “stop men ever talking to women” or some bullshit. If you don’t know the difference between politely asking someone out and sexually harassing them, you have a serious problem.— Helen Price (@HelenRPrice) July 11, 2018
Today it’s Henry Cavill with “I believe women should be chased”— Grace Petrie 100% Official Tweets (@gracepetrie) July 12, 2018
When did the notion that being chased is a *pleasant* feeling become so universally accepted? pic.twitter.com/z6kQnCzVrF
Folks are going to gloss right over Henry Cavill saying that he’ll just go back to an ex instead of dating, where he might be called a rapist.— April (@ReignOfApril) July 12, 2018
You can rape people that you’ve consensually slept with before too, Hank. Consent isn’t something that’s “grandfathered” in.
So #HenryCavill admits to being afraid that any attempts to flirt could be misconstrued & clearly states he will stop as soon as they say “no” & then thousands of ppl jump on his comments & act like he’s actually committed sexual assault?— DC Down Under (@DCDownUnder) July 12, 2018
You’re basically proving him right.
Henry talking about being old fashioned and chasing women, obviously means pursuing/ courting them. Stop being disingenuous to suit your narrative. Y'all are trash. #henrycavill— Rigor Morton 💄 🚬 ☕ (@WeirdNPissdOff) July 11, 2018