#MeToo: Feminist commentaries

#MeToo took off in late 2017 as a campaign, particularly on social media, about the widespread prevalence of men's sexual assault and harassment of women, especially in the workplace. There are a range of valuable feminist commentaries on the campaign and the wider issues. Some of these are listed below.

UPDATE: After Jaymes Todd's rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon, in Melbourne (Australia) on June 12 2018, various feminist commentators have written about how police responded to this, community attitudes to men's violence against women, men's roles in prevention, and so on. I have listed some valuable pieces immediately below.

Feminist commentaries on #MeToo:

For discussion of the positive roles men can play in preventing and reducing sexual harassment and other forms of violence against women, see reports such as Men Speak Up and XY's collection of guides and discussions on the action men can take. For scholarship and reports on violence against women, see the various resources available on XY, listed e.g. in this 'walking tour' of XY's content.

Also see the virtual dialogue “Roles and responsibilities of men and boys in response to #MeToo”, organised by the MenEngage Alliance Global Secretariat. A summary of the discussion is available here.