Amber Tamblyn pens poignant op-ed about James Woods 'culture'

Amber Tamblyn

Amber Tamblyn

"Mr. Woods's accusations that I was lying sent me back to that day in that producer's office", she wrote. "She has chosen to continue speaking against James Woods because she "[had] been afraid of speaking out or asking things of men in positions of power for years", but now believes "[women] are learning that the more we open our mouths, the more we become a choir. "Tamblyn recalls entering the office of the show's producers to discuss a crew member who" kept showing up to my apartment after work unannounced, going into my trailer while I wasn't in it, and staring daggers at me from across the set".

She starts the editorial with an emotional anecdote of a TV producer who listens to her difficult-to-recount story of being harassed by a crew member, with the producer concluding, "Well, there are two sides to every story".

"For women in America who come forward with stories of harassment, abuse and sexual assault, there are not two sides to every story, however noble that principle might seem", Tamblyn wrote.

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In the New York Times op-ed piece, Tamblyn writes that "Too often, they are questioned mercilessly about whether their side is legitimate". They get to have an interrogation. "Especially if that side happens to accuse a man of stature, then that woman has to consider the scrutiny and repercussions she'll be subjected to by sharing her side".

"In an instant, I was reminded of a memory from when I was 16", Tamblyn wrote of this situation.

Tamblyn tweeted, "James Woods tried to pick me and my friend up at a restaurant once".

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Last week, Amber Tamblyn rattled James Woods on social media after he commented on the age-gap between two romantic partners in the upcoming film Call Me By Your Name. Hammer dropped the hammer when referenced how Woods began dating a 20-year-old woman when he was 66. "Mr. Woods called my account a lie".

Read Tamblyn's full op-ed in Sunday's New York Times. Woods denied that this "troll" story ever occurred, which prompted Tamblyn to pen an open letter about Woods and misogyny in Teen Vogue.

Along with the screenshot, Amber tweeted, "Since I know people love to question the integrity and honesty of women when they come forward with stories like this, here you go".

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