#MeToo: One Year Later
Monday marks the year anniversary of actress Alyssa Milano asking survivors to coalesce around the rallying cry "me too," a movement first started by Tarana Burke.
If we cannot name our oppression—if we cannot articulate the violence that has been done to us—it will be impossible to fight against it, or to prevent it from happening again.
The Women's Media Center found that during a 15-month period, 53 percent of sexual assault story bylines came from men.
Because of legal obligations, writing—and reading—journalism about #MeToo means suspending belief in people who come forward about sexual assault.
As the movement marks its first year of existence, we asked women how things have changed—or not—in their respective countries.