#MeTooPhD reveals shocking examples of academic sexism | Keiran Hardy | Opinion | The Guardian
Thousands of women have used #MeToo to share their stories of sexual harassment and assault. The power of it is not only in the high-profile cases, in bringing down the Harvey Weinsteins and Kevin Spaceys of the world. Its power also lies in uncovering sexism of a more subtle, everyday nature, which provides the foundation on which high-profile cases are built.
And it’s not just a problem on Hollywood movie sets or Australian TV shows.
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#MeTooPhD is a hashtag for university staff and students to share their experiences of sexual harassment and assault.