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Is the national conversation about sexual harassment changing your personal behavior?




US actor Ben Affleck poses at a photocall for the film 'Justice League' in central London on November 4, 2017.
US actor Ben Affleck poses at a photocall for the film 'Justice League' in central London on November 4, 2017.
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As the reverberations of Weinstein’s sexual misconduct and the #MeToo campaign continue to spread, we want to know whether the national conversation has led you to reassess your own past behaviors.

Last month, Ben Affleck apologized for groping actress Hilarie Burton in 2003 and in an interview Sunday, he said he’s reevaluating his past actions and is now hoping to become a “part of the solution.” There have been calls in think pieces and social media to engage people, men especially, to call out sexual misconduct, in themselves and in others.

As more people share their stories via #MeToo, are you reconsidering jokes, comments or behaviors that you once thought harmless? Have you apologized to someone from your past or decided to start acting differently? If you’re a man, is the conversation about harassment changing the way you talk or call out behavior in your male-only circles?

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