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It’s been only a month since the Harvey Weinstein story broke. Every day there’s a new, horrible story. The latest allegations revolve around Tyler Grasham, a talent agent who represented child actors. Nine men have come forward to accuse him of assault, some when they were children.
Renowned psychotherapist Esther Perel specializes in sex and couples therapy. She talks about what drives men to commit sexual assault, from rape to groping to exposing themselves in front of women. Is it an individual pathology, or something we -- as a culture -- teach?
Our critics review “A Bad Moms Christmas,” starring Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis and Kathryn Hahn; “Thor: Ragnarok,” with Chris Hemsworth back as Thor, and directed by Taika Waititi of “Flight of the Conchords;” and “Lady Bird,” about the relationship between a mother and her strong-willed teenage daughter.
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