On Sunday night, comedian Louis C.K. performed a surprise set at the Comedy Cellar in New York-- his first after admitting to sexual misconduct nine months ago. His reappearance prompted outrage on social networks and op-ed pages, and has left many wondering: how does one atone for sexual harassment and assault. We’ll discuss C.K.'s return to the stage and examine retribution in the #metoo era. And we'd like to hear from you: how, if at all, can sexual offenders and harassers make amends? Should they be allowed back in the spotlight of show business?
- Louis C.K. and the Cult of the Comedy Club (The Ringer)
- How to Apologize for Sexual Harassment (Vox)
- Louis C.K. Is Accused by 5 Women of Sexual Misconduct (New York Times)
- 'The Stories Are True,' Louis C.K. Says (NPR)
- Louis C.K. and Men Who Think Justice Takes as Long as They Want It To
(New York Times)