By Dr. Marsha Ershaghi Hames
We are at a point of inflection. The rapid-fire revelations about decades of appalling sexual misconduct in entertainment and other industries have underscored the value in having hard and uncomfortable conversations. The revelations are disheartening, offensive and, unfortunately, not surprising for many people. The subsequent shaming of victims by the accused, and mindful blindness by those that have employed them, is alarming. The flow of direct and raw commentary shared by so many in op-ed posts, social media and in private forums is palpable. A recent op-Ed in the NY Times is aptly titled “Brave Enough to Be Angry”. Read More.