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#metoo Movement

  1. sexism
    Democratic Women Fear America Not Ready for a Woman As PresidentIt may take a midterm win driven by women to convince Democrats that it’s not risky to run a woman against Trump in 2020.
  2. politics
    Trump Adds #MeToo Movement Jab to Unhinged Rally RepertoireHe gave his usual Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas” attack some new layers of racism and sexism.
  3. Trump Adds #MeToo Movement Jab to Unhinged Rally RepertoireHe gave his usual Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas” attack some new layers of racism and sexism.
  4. #MeToo in the Pews: A Backlash Against the Baptist PatriarchyAn unprecedented revolt against a conservative icon of the largest conservative evangelical denomination shows that the #MeToo movement is everywhere.
  5. Schneiderman Shows It’s Risky to Choose a Male CandidateThe New York attorney general’s swift fall from champion of #MeToo to example of #MeToo fate is another warning to people in politics.
  6. New York AG Eric Schneiderman Resigns After 4 Women Accuse Him of Physical AbuseAfter positioning himself as a champion of the #MeToo movement and suing Harvey Weinstein, he was accused of similar misconduct.
  7. Trump Team Tends to Defend Alleged Abusers, Unless They’re DemocratsAny White House staffer dismayed by how top officials handled the Rob Porter abuse allegations hasn’t been paying attention.
  8. What Juanita Broaddrick Wants You to KnowThe woman who accused Bill Clinton talks about #MeToo, Trump, and Hillary Clinton’s decision not to fire an adviser accused of sexual misconduct.
  9. Andrew Sullivan: #MeToo and the Taboo Topic of NatureThe new breed of feminists — and liberals in general — are going to have to choose between reality and ideology.
  10. interesting times
    Andrew Sullivan: It’s Time to Resist the Excesses of #MeTooHonor complexity. Make meaningful distinctions between offenses. Defend due process, privacy, and sex itself.
  11. Why Do We Say Trump Was ‘Accused’ of Groping? He Confessed.The weird status of the groper-in-chief in the post-Weinstein world.
  12. We Should Take Oprah 2020 Seriously, But Not LiterallyThe minute Oprah Winfrey becomes a politician, she’ll lose altitude, but she’d start from lofty heights.