Incidents like Aziz Ansari’s bad date or coercion, whatever it may have been, underscore the need for better sex ed in US schools.
We have seen, now, thanks to the national paper of record, how a movement can be pushed way too far, leading to its downfall.
Racial integration (& school desegregation) have a long history in the US; the #MeToo movement is just starting up by comparison.
To celebrate World Language Week, we note that about 100 French women signed a letter about #MeToo, saying that it has gone too far.
The #MeToo movement isn’t over yet, not by a long shot. Everywhere, including in high schools, women and men are just starting to get it.
Even with the #MeToo movement, women (and high school girls) have a long way to go before actual equality can be achieved.
Responding to popular protests, mistreating women, and acknowledging a growth culture are being hastily added to business curricula in the US.
There’s more to equality than the number of women promoted in technology-related careers or companies; end sexism.
Vulgar emails about women’s body parts have scandalized the Miss America pageant (I mean, scholarship competition).
A longtime band director resigned at a suburban Chicago h.s. amid allegations of inappropriate behavior with students from 1996.