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#MeToo news and analysis from The Nation
October 8, 2021
Crisis in the National Women’s Soccer League: A Story of Predation and Power
The systemic failure of the NWSL would have remained hidden if not for the courage of Mana Shim and Sinead Farrelly and the solidarity of the league’s players.
September 17, 2021
There’s No Good Reason FBI Director Chris Wray Still Has a Job
Wray has a pattern of refusing to pursue powerful men like Brett Kavanaugh and Larry Nassar on behalf of women and people of color.
August 4, 2021
The Case Against Cuomo—and Those Who Enabled Him
The devastating investigation into sexual harassment allegations against the governor confirms what many already knew: It’s time for him to go.
May 20, 2021
The Fall of the House of Gates?
Fully reckoning with Bill Gates means not just focusing on how he treats women—vital as that is—but also confronting our own deep-seated worship of wealth and hardwired belief in hero narratives.
April 28, 2021
Blake Bailey’s Life as a Man
The disgraced writer’s Philip Roth biography is a document of a misogynist literary world. But I had to read the book to get the whole story.
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September 9, 2020
For Trump, Defaming His Rape Accuser Is Part of His Job
Such is the central claim at the heart of the DOJ’s attempt to intervene in E. Jean Carroll’s defamation lawsuit against Trump.
May 5, 2020
I Believe Tara Reade. And You Should, Too.
We already knew that Biden
the type. Had we as voters and had the Democratic Party taken this seriously, we wouldn’t be in this mess now.
April 15, 2020
The Troublesome Tara Reade Story
Left- and right-wing Biden haters demanded that the media investigate her sexual assault charge. It did—and uncovered many reasons to doubt.
March 27, 2020
This Was Never Just About Woody Allen. It Still Isn’t.
Against the vice cop of the mind.
March 2, 2020
The Abortion Doctor and His Accuser
What does it mean to take women’s claims of sexual assault seriously?