Me Too: A Masculine Perspective with Remy Smith and Quincey Krull
The sexual harassment allegations against film giant Harvey Weinstein sparked an online movement, in which women used #MeToo on social media to express solidarity for the pervasive issue of sexual harassment and abuse. It also took the lid off of decades of secrecy and oppression in the work place. The stories women are telling are not new. What is the masculine perspective on the shadow that is surfacing and the allegations being made? What do men believe is acceptable or not? Join us for this important conversation.
Quincey lives to spark imaginations, touch the soul, and infuse joy, laughter and higher consciousness in everything she does. She’s the girl at the party who doesn’t need a friend or liquid courage to tell her to get the dance party started! As an actress, living in New York City, she has been compared to the young Annette Bening and Mia Farrow infused with Julie Andrews’ spirit and topped off with some Robin Wright control and tenacity. Quincey is currently doing commercial work and has been seen on ABC’s Betrayal. She is passionate about the arts and uses dance, movement, music, voice, writing, acting and poetry to express herself and touch the hearts of many different audiences. Quincey is also passionate about conscious health. In her spare time, she is a health coach working toward certification. She is the Co-Founder of World of Love.
Remy Smith is a bartender, trivia game show host, producer at Empower Radio, and host of his own talk show, Tales From the Barside, on diffuseradionetwork.com. He graduated from Specs Howard School of Media Arts in 2012. His favorite quotes include, “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro”, and “If you do what you love for a living, it doesn’t feel like work at all”. He’s also a proud daddy.