If it’s possible to galvanise people starting with a hashtag, then so much more is possible, the Sydney Peace prize winner says
After being named among a group of prominent activists against sexual violence known as “the silence breakers” in Time
The founder of the #MeToo movement says Australia’s defamation laws work to silence victims of sexual violence and misconduct, and she “absolutely” believes allegations of sexual assault made against President Donald Trump and US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh.
It’s been two years since #MeToo became part of the zeitgeist. There have been many stories, personal and in the media, that have motivated the public to confront workplace dynamics between men and women, consent, and the nature of sex itself. While these often-devastating narratives