The "Me Too" Movement How Should We Respond?

A volcano of sexual abuse and assault stories are erupting in the public domain. The Weinstein expose has blown the lid off. Two words - “ ME TOO” - flooded social media, as multitudes of woman revealed they have been violated. Within a 24 hour period after the Weinstein story broke, Facebook declared there were more than 12 million posts related to the outcry with 45 percent of users indicating they had friends who posted "me too."[i] It’s not over either. Today, when I went to the news, three of the top five online stories in USA Today were sexual assault stories. Now men are sharing their assaults. It’s shouldn’t be surprising. It’s been building for years. And just like the Wei

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