“A decade ago, I couldn’t have conceived of the fact that so many women had experienced sexual coercion or intimidation; now, I’d be surprised if I could find a single one who hadn’t.” The Atlantic’s Sophie Gilbert on the movement of #MeToo. The sharing was eye-opening and awesome, and a reminder that we can use social media for some good once in a while.

+ Variety: Harvey Weinstein Scandal Could Finally Change Hollywood’s Culture of Secrecy: “But is an industry that gave convicted rapist Roman Polanski an Oscar, lionized and named buildings for sexual predators like MGM founder Louis B. Mayer and looked the other way as Weinstein’s behavior with women became an open secret, ready to change? Will the latest abuse scandal — the worst in modern-day movie business history — force studios to embrace a zero-tolerance environment where it will no longer be possible for powerful, privileged men to prey on actresses and underlings and not be held accountable for their bad behavior?”

+ Jennifer Lawrence on the time she was force to pose in a nude lineup: “I asked to speak to a producer about the unrealistic diet regime and he responded by telling me he didn’t know why everyone thought I was so fat, he thought I was perfectly ‘f*ckable.'”

+ Screenwriter Scott Rosenberg: “And to me, if Harvey’s behavior is the most reprehensible thing one can imagine, a not-so-distant second is the current flood of sanctimonious denial and condemnation that now crashes upon these shores of rectitude in gloppy tides of bullshit righteousness. Because everybody-f*cking-knew.”

+ The Daily Beast: Hollywood’s Other Open Secret Besides Harvey Weinstein: Preying on Young Boys.