Will Feminism’s Past Mistakes Haunt #MeToo?
“The last couple of months also echo a troublesome history, however, whose legacy persists in the law and the Zeitgeist. “When does a watershed become a sex panic?” Masha Gessen asked recently in the New Yorker. The answer: what we are witnessing are not the omens of a looming sex panic; they are the symptoms of the one we are already in, and have been in for forty years.”
Read the rest of this thoughtful analysis bu NCRJ Director Judith Levine in the Boston Review.