[HS01] China Daily declares that sexual harassment is a western problem.
[HS02] Anna David talks about omnipresent sexual harassment while trying to make her way through the Hollywood ranks. Molly Ringwold speaks of other Harveys. Lindsay Zoldadz shares her experiences and how she tried to dodge unwanted attention.
[HS03] According to Thomas Frank, Weinstein’s hard-charging liberal politics operated as a shield against accusations. Perhaps there was a reason he thought bringing up the NRA would help.
[HS07] Claire Cain Miller writes of how sexual harassment allegations can hurt women generally in the workplace. It’s such a terrible lose-lose situation. It’s up to corporate America to fix.
[HS09] From Sam Wilkinson: Dvora Meyers writes a potent rebuke of Mayim Bialik’s proposal of modesty as a workaround for men’s sexual aggression. Meyers rightly observes that Bialik’s since-apologized-for idea asks nothing of men while implicitly blaming women for their own abuse, as if predatory men are simply incapable of anything beyond what they have always done.
[HS11] Conservatives have tried to tie Weinstein to the Democrats, but to be honest I don’t buy it. That said, the DNC’s handling of his donations is poppycock for which they should get no credit. The DCCC did better, though.
[HS13] And in addition to Hollywood and newsrooms, state capitols.