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How to Encourage More Women to Report Sexual Harassment

ARBITRATION CLAUSES, BLACKLISTING AND RETALIATION MUST END IF WE WANT VICTIMS TO COME FORWARD NOW, NOT DECADES FROM NOW.

Another day, another set of headlines about a powerful man who sexually harassed women for decades, without any repercussions besides writing checks to keep his victims quiet. The accusations against Harvey Weinstein are dreadful, but the pace at which similar stories have emerged recently is mind-numbing. From Susan Fowler’s essay about her experiences at Uber to Taylor Swift’s testimony about a former radio host to Ashley

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