“What happens so often is people try to share, victim blame, silence, and erase victims and survivors of violence and abuse,” Nunes told CNN
“I think most people are gonna be outraged about it, and I think people should be outraged about it,” National Organization for Women president Christian Nunes told Serby Says.
Christian F. Nunes, the president of the National Organization for Women, said in a statement: “If it is truly serious about change, the NFL must address the endemic misogyny that enables and rewards serial predators like Watson. Fines and suspensions are performative, empty, short-term penalties designed to protect the bottom line more than women’s lives. While Watson’s return to the field may signal a return to the status quo for many, we cannot allow these women’s voices, nor the traumas they have experienced to be forgotten.”
Statement by NOW President Christian F. Nunes WASHINGTON, D.C. — Deshaun Watson was able to prey on more than 30 women throughout his career because he was empowered by the NFL, an organization founded on the toxic masculinity that perpetuates violence against women. And though the league has repeatedly claimed it was committed to combatting the Read more …
“We must call out toxic masculinity by name when we see it and demand that those who allow this culture to spread unchecked, whether they are individuals, workplaces or social media platforms, are held accountable for their role. When it comes to violent or extremist behavior against women, crimes need to be addressed accordingly, and perpetrators must face consequences.”