by Erin Thompson and Sonja Drimmer
A New York statue of Medusa erected as a monument to the #MeToo movement of identifying sexual abusers of women is in fact yet another instance of fighting among male artists using women's bodies as symbolic weapons. It also garbles the myth of Medusa, draining it of its relevance to #MeToo.
SOURCE: The Conversation
Long before #MeToo, women in many parts of the world organized successful campaigns against sexual violence
by Alka Kurian
Women in countries such as India, Pakistan and others have long organized successful campaigns against sexual harassment.
SOURCE: Baltimore Sun
by Jonathan Zimmerman
Should we judge him by today's standards?
by Jim Sleeper
If we aren't careful the #MeToo movement could end up like other well-intentioned campaigns.
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