Okay, nu virker jeg sikkert super reaktionær, men jeg læser den lidt anderledes: > Shortly after, he told me not to contact him if I didn't plan on having sex with him. He said it was not interesting for him to talk to me if there was going to be no sexual interaction. I said ok, no worries, don't talk to me then, and we left it at that. > But I kept thinking. And wondering. And feeling angry but also confused by what he had said. And trying to make sense of things in my mind. I missed the fatherly talks he gave me; the security I felt around him, the way I admired him And so after about 3 months, I called him again. He said I sounded more relaxed, less uptight and told me to call him when I got to New York. In the meantime he spent hours on the phone with me talking about music. Coleman tilbød Grant undervisning til gengæld for sex, hvilket hun gik med til, men nu fortryder og beklager offentligt. Det er ikke helt sort/hvidt her, og det er jo ikke en Cosby eller Weinstein eller Kavanaugh, for så vidt jeg kan forstå er der er ingen beskyldninger om voldtægt eller overgreb. Det her er musikprostitution med samtykke, men selvfølgelig kan det stadig være klamt og sexistisk.