It happens the same way every single time, whether it’s Bill Cosby, Woody Allen, Donald Trump and now Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Jeffery Tambor, Matt Lauer, etc:  A victim, usually a woman, will come forward with accusations of sexual assault, and then many others will come forward and suddenly sexual assault dominates the 24-hour news cycle and social media. It’s everywhere you turn. Your social media timelines are filled with new stories, survivors sharing their own accounts in solidarity. Celebrities come forward. Hashtags spring up. It seems impossible to escape; at the salon, at work, at home, people are talking about your worst nightmare. On one hand it might feel good that sexual predators and their sordid acts are being exposed, but on the other hand you might feel sick when these stories trigger memories of your own, as they most likely would. It is always a great thing, a positive step…