Laura Bates founded the Everyday Sexism project in 2012, long before the Me Too movement gained traction. It was a space where women could share their stories of sexual assault and highlight how normalised it had become.
She talks to me about where the feminist movement is post-Me Too, why she reluctantly thinks gender quotas in the workplace are necessary and and how we should be talking about sex and harassment in schools.
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