She fired back “You’re a leader and an influential man and you are doing a disservice, in my opinion, to the #MeToo movement.”
Robbins said, "I'm not knocking the #MeToo movement; I'm knocking victimhood. If you use the #MeToo movement to try to get significance, and certainty by attacking or destroying someone else, you haven't grown an ounce," CBS News reported.
McCool posted the exchange on YouTube.
Sunday Robbins responded to the fallout from his demonstration, saying “Let me clearly say, I agree with the goals of the #MeToo movement and its founding message of ‘empowerment through empathy,’ which makes it a beautiful force for good.”
He added in his statement, “I teach that ‘life happens for you, not too [sic] you’ and what I’ve realized is that while I’ve dedicated my life to working with victims of abuse all over the world, I need to get connected to the brave women of #MeToo.”
CBS News reported Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, said that Robbins' is misogynistic, firing back at the self-help guru on Twitter, "If you talk to more survivors and less sexist businessmen maybe you'll understand what we want."
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