The past year has provided a period of awakening. The awakening of masses of people to the pervasive experience of gender-based harassment and violence perpetrated by men and most profoundly impacting the world’s women and girls. (Gender-based harassment and violence also impacts trans individuals, non-binary identifying folks and men (Zacharias, 2018). This commentary focuses mainly on the #MeToo movement’s impact on our understanding of gender-based harassment and violence against people who identify as women.)
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