Amid all of the sexual assault allegations and “Me Too” stories surfacing in today’s media, is there space for men in this conversation? Margaret Arnason, research and outreach co-ordinator for Toronto’s Assaulted Women’s Helpline, believes there has to be.
Misogyny and sexual abuse are too rampant in our culture for men to be dismissive of women’s voices.
I have never felt so helpless as I have reading posts by some of my closest friends detailing an experience they are probably trying to forget.
For her part, Wynne said, “We are at a moment where there are more people paying attention and so we have to seize that moment and make some gains.”