Rebecca Traister on the post-Weinstein reckoning. Bill Clinton, a reckoning: Feminists saved the 42nd president of the United States in the 1990s — they were on the wrong side of history; is it finally time to make things right? The Weinstein moment and the Trump presidency: The producer and other powerful men are facing repercussions for their alleged abusive behavior — will the president? A quick jaunt through the many sexual misconduct allegations swarming state legislatures. Sexism on America’s front lines: Six top national security pros sound off about an adversary closer to home — piggish men. Stop trying to limit the way men and women work together — it’s illegal.

Louie and Roy: The hypocrisies of the Left and the Right fail women. Louis C.K., Harvey Weinstein, and many other men alleged to be abusers have something else in common: They were great at seeming to be good. Amanda Hess on how the myth of the artistic genius excuses the abuse of women. What’s the common denominator among sexual harassers? Too often, it’s money. Can Hollywood turn sex assault scandals into meaningful reform? Judd Apatow on how to end abuse cycle.