New articles in Human scourges: Sexual Harassment

Alleen Brown, Ryan Grim, Matthew Cole, How Powerful Men Helped Rob Porter Keep His White House Job After Learning He Abused Former Partners read
Dealing with Sexual Harassment – from Hillary Clinton? read
Nobody Knows, by Rebecca Solnit : Harper’s Magazine read
Laura McGann, When does Hope Hicks get to be a “wunderkind” instead of a “former model”? read

New articles in Human scourges: Sexual Harassment

Caroline Framke, , The controversy around babe.net’s Aziz Ansari story, explained
Bari Weiss, Aziz Ansari Is Guilty. Of Not Being a Mind Reader read
babe, I went on a date with Aziz Ansari. It turned into the worst night of my life read
Adam Peck, McKayla Maroney is facing a $100,000 fine for speaking up about her sexual assault read
Melissa Gira Grant, All the Other Names Behind the ‘Shitty Media Men’ List read

New articles in Human scourges: Sexual Harassment

Carol Tavris, I, Too, Am Thinking About Me, Too read
John Kiriakou, Can #MeToo Reach the Hidden Victims? read
Rebecca Mead,The Millennia of #MeToo in Mary Beard’s “Women & Power” :…a reflection upon three thousand years of inequity and a modest hope for marginal progress, made through the incremental raising of cultural consciousness. (More mutual conversation, less heedless grandstanding.) This year, above the din of depravity resounding from the White House, women’s voices, old and new, have begun to be heard, seemingly for the first time. “ read
Paul Craig Roberts, The Feminist Threat To Women And Men read
Azra Raza, The Ties That Bind Sexual Assault, Gender, and 21st-Century Capitalism read
Popular, theatlantic.com What Hillary Knew read
Sarah Leonard, How to Stop the Predators Who Aren’t Famous read
Emily Mills, Celebrity Sexual Abuse Scandals Highlight Everyday Sexism read
William Boardman, Al Franken French-Kissed Leeann Tweeden in 2006. Who Benefits Now? read
Eric Lach, Al Franken, Disappointment read
The Economist, Sexual harassment: Changing patterns read

New articles in Human scourges: Sexual Harassment

Sarah Almukhtar, Michael Gold, Larry Buchanan, After Weinstein: 40 Men Accused of Sexual Misconduct and Their Fall From Power read
More women plan to run for Congress than ever before read
Jordan Fabian and Jonathan Easley, Trump accusers demand Congress investigate his alleged sexual harassment read
Alia Dharssi, How Young Women in Delhi Are Fighting Street Harassment read
paulcraigroberts.org, In a Triumph for Feminism Police say a Mistletoe Kiss without Consent is Rape read
Rebecca Solnit, Let This Flood of Women’s Stories Never Cease “Rebecca Traister and others have made the important point that we should not mourn the end of the creative lives of the men being outed as predators; we should contemplate the creative contributions we never had, will never know, because their creators were crushed or shut out.” read
Michael D. Shear, Nikki Haley Says Women Who Accuse Trump of Misconduct ‘Should Be Heard’ read
Rod Nordland and Fatima Faizi, Harassment All Around, Afghan Women Weigh Risks of Speaking Out read
Nell Gluckman, Tracking Higher Ed’s #MeToo Moment: Updates on Sexual Assault and Harassment read
thedailybeast.com, Trump’s Accusers to Demand Probe at Monday Press Conference read
Mario Batali Takes Leave Over Sexual-Misconduct Allegations read
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Andrew Kirell, The New Yorker Fires Star Reporter Ryan Lizza Over ‘Improper Sexual Conduct’ read
Benjamin Dueholm, Oedipus Complexity: Is it Enough to Fire Men Accused of Sexual Misconduct? “Even Oedipus, after all, had a second act. He had a service to render his former city and a place again in the human family. But the gods didn’t restore his eyes, and his final resting place was hidden. Some penalties can’t, and shouldn’t, be refunded.” read
Amy Zimmerman, Anthony Bourdain’s War on Famous Creeps read
Wesley Yang, Farewell to a Scoundrel “We were living, it becomes increasingly clear, in a lawless interregnum between the widespread desublimation that began in the 1960s, and whatever lies ahead of us, when new rules couched in the language of safety and respect will regulate us.” read
Jeff Baenen, Garrison Keillor: MPR Fired Me Without Hearing My Side read
Michelle Goldberg, Franken Is Leaving and Trump Is Still Here read
Cristina Marcos, Rep. Franks resigning after discussing surrogacy with female staff read
Elizabeth Schulte, Washington, DC: Where the Abusers Make the Rules read
Rachel Waltner Goossen, Historical Justice in an Era of #MeToo: Legacies of John Howard Yoder read
Jordain Carney,, Franken resigns over sexual misconduct allegations read