Examples of this misunderstanding have emerged on both sides of the political aisle and from a range of figures.
- Losing Your Job for Sexual Harassment Is Not a Violation of Due Process
- The #MeToo Backlash Is a Moral Panic About Women’s Agency
- For Survivors of Prison Rape, Saying ‘Me Too’ Isn’t an Option
- Parents Consider Their Options While Trump Rips Away Immigrants’ Legal Protections (Updated)
- From Hashtag to Legal Defense Fund: Hollywood Women Give Teeth to #MeToo
- Sickened by Oppression: Mourning the Loss of Another Black Mother, Erica Garner
#BlackLivesMatter is not just a call to mourn our deaths when we’ve been unjustly and often brutally killed—it is a demand for our right to live full lives without fear of violence by individuals or the state from the moment we are born.
The U.S. Supreme Court's chief justice ordered research into responses to workplace sexual harassment, especially treatment of law clerks, in the courts. Who's going to tell Clarence Thomas?
"Earning a living should not come at the cost of anyone’s safety, dignity, or morale,” said Shonda Rhimes, the TV producer and writer who is involved in a new #MeToo-inspired initiative, in a statement.
Birth has become dangerously medicalized for them.
The momentum from the Women’s March can’t stop on Election Day.