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#Me Too Movement Appears to Have Generational Divides
The #Me Too Movement is more "natural' for younger woman.
By Susan Konig
Contributor
Feb 22, 2018

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WASHINGTON D.C. — While the #Me Too movement appears to have garnered an abundance of support among both men and women, there also appears to be a generational divide among them.

Compared to their older counterparts, younger women are viewed as generally more willing to speak out about being sexually harassed. They also bring a new set of expectations to dating relationships, experts say, wherein voicing their concerns about sexual misconduct would be better receivedand without negative repercussions for them. "Baby Boomer women took it for granted they wouldn't be heard by men, especially in sexual situations," said Amy Lynch, a Nashville-based consultant who helps employers manage multi-generational workplaces. "Millennial women those in their 20s and 30s are more likely to have grown up in an environment supportive of gender equality, with the expectation not always fulfilled that they'll be attentively listened to in those circumstances," she says.

Debra Katz, a Washington lawyer specializing in cases of sexual harassment and sex discrimination, says that millennial women make up the bulk of clients bringing complaints to her firm.

"Women historically felt they would immediately lose their job if they came forward with sexual harassment complaints," Katz said. "Among the younger generation, people are not suffering in silence. The advice they're getting now is to come forward and report it."