One Year of #MeToo: What Women’s Speech Is Still Not Allowed to Do | The New Yorker


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During the past year, I have grown increasingly uneasy with a fairly common bit of semantic slippage: in headlines, in think pieces, and on social media, many people use the phrases “#MeToo movement” and “#MeToo moment” interchangeably, without acknowledging the gulf between them. via Pocket
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Illustration by Lorraine Sorlet During the past year, I have grown increasingly uneasy with a fairly common bit of semantic slippage: in headlines, in think…
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