More fraught workplaces, less opportunities for women: The unintended consequences of #MeToo

Some men are so spooked that they’re steering clear of women in the workplace altogether

What happens when a professor accused of sexual misconduct is dead? This college found out.

An internal investigation concluded that the late professor acted inappropriately four decades ago

Jill Soloway of ‘Transparent’: ‘A queer identity and a nonbinary identity allowed me to integrate all parts of myself’

The ‘Transparent’ creator on consent, ambition, gender and the #MeToo movement

The Dartmouth sexual harassment case is horrifying, but it’s hardly the only one of its kind

Over and over, powerful professors get away with slaps on the wrist

Google and Facebook are ending their policies of forced arbitration. Will other companies follow?

The policy forces workers to settle sexual harassment claims privately, instead of in court

A year after #MeToo took off, founder Tarana Burke reflects on where the real culture shift happens

‘The problem is we home in on the perpetrator,’ she said

How are companies changing their practices in light of the #MeToo movement?

Employment contracts for executives are a big factor

More women are sharing #MeToo stories in Egypt. That could land them in jail.

A tourist was sentenced to eight years in prison after describing the sexual harassment she faced in the country

How best can women deal with critics of the #MeToo movement?

Everything relies on how we react to the backlash

Why do we keep asking famous women to weigh in on men’s misconduct?

This line of questioning can distract from women’s professional accomplishments