USA Today: Harvey Weinstein effect: Men are getting outed and some are getting fired as women speak up. And it’s spreading.
Tales of sexual misconduct have barreled into the headlines for decades. What’s different this time? Not the egregious details but perhaps how people are reacting to Weinstein’s behavior, says Noreen Farrell, executive director of Equal Rights Advocates, which fights for women’s rights.
“Because of sheer number and the similarities of stories, we’re actually exploring why it happened and not whether it happened,” Farrell says. “This feels different.”
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