Refusing Weinstein’s hush money, Rose McGowan calls out Hollywood. Weighing the costs of speaking out about Harvey Weinstein: Annabella Sciorra, Daryl Hannah, and other women explain their struggles with going public. Tara Isabella Burton on the dark history behind letting male “geniuses” get away with bad behavior. Hollywood coddles abusers of all types in the name of making “great art”: You can make uncompromising art without being an asshole — why is this so hard to comprehend? “For every Harvey Weinstein, there’s a hundred more men in the neighborhood who are doing the exact same thing”: Me Too campaign founder Tarana Burke says conversation will broaden beyond Hollywood "if we force it to”. The never-ending story: We haven’t escaped Weinstein’s clutches yet.

Leon Wieseltier was always hiding in plain sight. Women who once worked at the New Republic reflect on their experiences with the legendary literary editor Leon Wieseltier, who is now facing allegations of workplace “misconduct”. Lara Setrakian: “I’m one of Mark Halperin’s accusers. He’s part of a bigger problem we need to fix”. Political journalism has been profoundly shaped by men like Leon Wieseltier and Mark Halperin — and it matters. Rebecca Traister on how our national narratives are still being shaped by lecherous, powerful men.

Anna North and Ezra Klein on why Harvey Weinstein is disgraced but Donald Trump is president. Congress is a breeding ground for harassment: As workplace sexual harassment allegations grow, reports put Congress at center stage. Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) shares own sex harassment story, calls Congress “breeding ground”. How Congress plays by different rules on sexual harassment and misconduct. When the “Weinstein effect” hits Washington: A wave of sexual misconduct revelations has sparked a cultural rebellion — but a political agenda is needed to effect lasting change.