After months of revelations about the extent of sexual violence and harassment taking place in and outside of the workplace, women are wrestling with what comes next. The Atlantic is, too. Yesterday, over 100 people—including a few local Masthead members—gathered at The Atlantic’s offices in Washington, D.C. to talk about #MeToo. The journalists on the panel—Atlantic writers and editors who have focused on these issues—debated some of the movement’s most difficult questions. In today’s issue, we distill a few of the highlights.

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The Unanswered Questions of #MeToo

Atlantic writers Megan Garber, Caitlin Flanagan, and Gillian White discussed a few key points of tension that have emerged from the #MeToo movement. One point of tension: the writers’ ages. Caitlin comes from an earlier generation.

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