The first #MeToo headlines are always big and dramatic. A male prosecutor accused of sexual harassment. The star politician accused of rape. The powerful, internationally respected male director. The CEO. The journalist. And more.
But look beyond the headlines. What about the many more ordinary cases, that usually don’t merit any headlines because the perpetrators aren’t ‘newsworthy’? What happens to the many victims who speak out? Here is the story of what potential victims in South Korea face after they speak out in public.
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