“In the autumn of 2017, I was sat around a table in a pub with about five or six friends. Aside from me, they were all female, and we had been sitting, catching up, for a few hours or so when the topic of the moment of that time came up: #MeToo. We were astounded by the stories coming out, each with its own horrific and sobering details. We had all read the pieces in The New Yorker and The New York Times. We’d heard the news presenters on television speak about more and more allegations; more and more men were being brought to account.”
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