On Being a Man in a #MeToo World
(c) Rabbi Menachem Creditor
Huffington Post, Dec. 21, 2017
In an underground parking garage in downtown San Francisco recently, it became blindingly clear that I will never understand what it means to say #metoo.
I was calmly walking to my car, and saw a woman walking in the other direction, apparently looking to leave. I had a feeling that she was looking for the exit where I had just come from, so I said “this is where you go,” and pointed in the correct direction.
Then I saw her hesitate... [TO READ MORE, CLICK HERE]
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