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Generally if there’s a product on sale, that means there must be some kind of a market for it, right? OK, so let us ask you this: who would actually buy a t-shirt that says “Calm down dear. Let’s not turn this rape into a murder!”?
Johnny Depp‘s November cover of Vanity Fair hasn’t even hit newsstands yet, and already he’s having to apologize for his interview in it. Just yesterday blogs and news sites attacked the actor for comparing being professionally photographed to being raped, and now he’s apologized for the error of his ways.
You would think that a man who’s as heavily photographed as Johnny Depp would be comfortable with getting his picture taken. You would also think he would have enough media training to know when to say the right thing. But in light of a recent pronouncement of his, we’re going to have to believe that that’s not the case at all.
Since last March there have been ten incidences of attempted sexual assault and one rape in and around Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood. And some women who live there say police officers are telling them if they want to avoid being attacked, they should dress more modestly.