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We Should Keep The #MeToo Story Going: Sandhya Menon

Outlook speaks with journalist and writer Sandhya Menon—who called out prominent journalists for sexual harassment in the wake of the #MeToo wave.

We Should Keep The #MeToo Story Going: Sandhya Menon
We Should Keep The #MeToo Story Going: Sandhya Menon
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2018-10-12T14:20:48+05:30

Siddhartha Mishra speaks with journalist and writer Sandhya Menon—who called out prominent journalists for sexual harassment in the wake of the #MeToo wave—about the possibilities and complexities arising out of this ­still unfolding movement

Is ‘boorish behaviour’ also part of #MeToo in terms of just warning people that ‘this guy is not cool’?

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