Adults of a certain age know that something called “the sexual revolution” happened in the 1960s, soon after the anovulant birth-control pill was invented and marketed. As liberal religion writer Elizabeth Bruenig puts it in an interesting new article about the #MeToo movement: “The sexual revolution made a vast number of previously unavailable sexual choices available.” Nobody in 1960 anticipated the extent to which cohabitation, out-of-wedlock births, divorce, pornography, and now a profusion of “genders” would become socially acceptable and even commonplace. But we still have an old problem that the sexual revolution has not solved and might even have made worse: sexual harassment and abuse of the less powerful by the more powerful. (READ MORE)
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