by Sarah Seltzer

#MeToo in High School

I vividly recall the school-wide assembly my high school held to discuss date rape. Our friendly and peppy presenters reminded us that sex with a too-drunk-to-consent person was against the law even if both parties were inebriated, whereupon dozens of male students, in the throes of a tidal wave of shock, got up to decry the unfairness of it all—the brutal cruelty to men.

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#MeToo IN THE JEWISH WORLD

The articles in this special section:
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What Sexual Misconduct Costs a Community

by Susan Weidman Schneider

Jewish nonprofit organizations can feel like an extension of a family, and boundary violations in a Jewish workplace setting seem often to be overlooked or forgiven for the sake of the cause itself.

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My Summer in Hollywood

by Amy I. Rozen

When a talented or charismatic young man feels discriminated against might be a good time to talk to him about the advantages he brings into the world - including his very comfort in speaking up when others can't.

#MeToo in High School

by Sarah Seltzer