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Has the #MeToo campaign gone too far?
After sexual assault allegations against movie producer Harvey Weinstein became public, the #MeToo movement took off on Twitter. Now, some feminists are asking whether the movement has created a moral panic, saying different forms of sexual misconduct are being mixed together.
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