In an essay on The Wall Street Journal, Cathy Young wonders if the #MeToo movement will alter the nature of interaction between ordinary men and women in the modern workplace:

Celebrity scandals involving gross abuse don’t offer obvious guidance for how ordinary men and women should interact at work. [But] any notion of simply banishing romantic or sexual interactions at work will fail. Too many of us find lovers, partners, and spouses in the setting where we spend most of our waking hours. To move forward from this moment, we must acknowledge not just the awful impact of sexual harassment on women, but the reality that the modern workplace is, among other things, a place where romantic overtures are not always unwelcome.

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