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Op-Ed Contributor: #MeToo Has Done What the Law Could Not

Sexual harassment laws couldn’t work until society started believing women.
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Bill Maher Warns #MeToo Movement Creating ‘Police State’ for Sex

News : The Daily Beast

HBO From the start, the #MeToo movement has made Bill Maher deeply uncomfortable. The Real Time host suggested that married men harass women at work “because they have shitty sex lives.” He chalked up sexual assault to male “lazines...

Sexual Harassment in Politics and the Problem With Mocking #MeToo

US Politics / Conservative : RedState

Women working in politics across the country are outing their harassers and saying ENOUGH. The post Sexual Harassment in Politics and the Problem With Mocking #MeToo appeared first on RedState.

#MeToo Twitter trend a horrifying reminder of widespread sexual harassment and assault

News : The Raw Story

On Sunday, actress Alyssa Milano started an online campaign on Twitter calling upon women, who have faced some form of sexual harassment or abuse in the past, to tweet their experiences with the hashtag, ” #MeToo.” … with the hashta...

"It is widely thought that when something is legally prohibited, it more or less stops... but it is not true for pervasive practices like sexual harassment, including rape, that are built into structural social hierarchies."

US Politics / Conservative : Althouse

Writes Catharine A. MacKinnon in a NYT op-ed titled "#MeToo Has Done What the Law Could Not."My thoughts in order:1. With her signature issue, sexual harassment, so much in play this past year, why have we not seen more of Catharine...

Sheryl Sandberg on #MeToo: Men need to do more than stop sexually harassing women

Technology : Venture Beat

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said today more needs to be done to address the concerns of the #metoo movement than not sexually harassing women. “We need a world where women don’t get sexually harassed, full stop, period, but what’s ...


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