The #MeToo movement is two years old this month, and what a profound cultural shift it has been. Workplace conduct that just a few years ago was tolerated, ignored, overlooked, and even condoned, has now been forbidden. The list of top executives, journalists, celebrities and others whose careers and reputations have been decimated gets longer each week (sometimes it feels like each day, depending on the news cycle).
I reflected on these changing norms in a Daily Journal article for its special #MeToo edition on October 17, 2019. You can read it here. The biggest joy of publishing in an old-fashioned newspaper is that you can make a photocopy for your parents (including a retired judge father), who think it is pretty big deal.
Happy reading, and as I say at the end of each sexual harassment prevention training, please behave!