David Horsey

Sexual harassment isn't a partisan problem, it's a gender problem

Sexual harassment isn't a partisan problem, it's a gender problem

When news broke last month about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct, I got a bunch of emails from people demanding to know why I hadn’t included Bill Clinton in a list of prominent men either outed or punished in the past year for similar behavior.

It’s a ridiculous, and revealing, question. Ridiculous because Bill Clinton’s transgressions don’t fit the year timeline, and revealing because it shows how many people still don’t get the scope of the problem, even as the claims mount against more and more men. “You mentioned Donald Trump, why not Bill Clinton!?!” — as if perversion is somehow partisan.

So let me clear things up: Yes, my political party is is filled...