Eva Longoria: Systematic Sexism Is Big Thing To Change

Eva Longoria: Systematic Sexism Is Big Thing To Change

Eva Longoria, who has called for ‘transparent investigation’ into sexual misconduct allegations against CBS chief Les Moonves, believes changing systematic sexism is a huge challenge.

Actress Eva Longoria, who has called for ‘transparent investigation’ into sexual misconduct allegations against CBS chief Les Moonves, believes changing systematic sexism is a huge challenge. Eva Longoria has said she is not sure if Moonves should be fired at the moment, but if any of the allegations prove to be true, then he’100 percent should be axed reports variety.com.

The times up organizer hopes that CBS executives are committed to a true and honest investigation.

I think we need to keep calling out these corporations and the systematic sexism in these institutions and call them out to do full and transparent investigations, Eva Longoria said.

Everybody says, but are so old. No! The timing doesn’t matter. What Matters os that it happened.

The New Yorker magazine last month published a story detailing six women’s claims of sexual misconduct against Moonves. The alleged incidents span decades, but last week, the CBS board of directors voted to take no action against Moonves in response to the accusations. CBS announced last week that two law firms have been hired to investigate the allegations.

At the same time, claims of misconduct have also been made against specific CBS shows including NCIS:

New Orleans and Star Trek: Discovery as well CBS News magazine show 60 Minutes.

There were a lot of people corroborating the environment, Longoria said.

Longoria said she is not sure if Moonves should be fired at the moment, but if any of the allegations prove to be true, then he 100 percent should be axed.

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