The #MeToo Moment: Second Thoughts on the Sexual Revolution

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A timely conversation with distinguished experts

The #MeToo movement has generated widespread outrage over sexual harassment and the culture that condoned it. More broadly, it has prompted new questions about related harms to women and whether those harms share a common root in the sexual revolution.

The current cultural moment, then, calls for a thoughtful look at the promises—and consequences—of the sexual revolution. Watch this timely conversation with distinguished experts who will draw on women’s experiences and the latest evidence from the social sciences, law, and medicine, as they offer “second thoughts” on the sexual revolution.

Agenda                           Speakers

 

FULL CONFERENCE VIDEO:

Catholic Women’s Forum Event: The #MeToo Moment: Second Thoughts on the Sexual Revolution from Ethics and Public Policy Center on Vimeo.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
His Eminence Donald Cardinal Wuerl

Catholic Women’s Forum: Cardinal Wuerl – Keynote address from Ethics and Public Policy Center on Vimeo.

OPENING REMARKS: THE CULTURAL MOMENT
Mary Eberstadt

Catholic Women’s Forum: Mary Eberstadt, The Cultural Moment: What We Now KnowMary Eberstadt from Ethics and Public Policy Center on Vimeo.

PANEL II: EXPLOITATION: A BOOMING BUSINESS
Jennifer Lahl, Mary G. Leary, Mary Anne Layden

Catholic Woman’s Forum:Women’s Health- Evidence and Concerns from Ethics and Public Policy Center on Vimeo.

PANEL II: EXPLOITATION: A BOOMING BUSINESS
Jennifer Lahl, Mary G. Leary, Mary Anne Layden

Catholic Women’s Forum: Exploitation- A Booming Business from Ethics and Public Policy Center on Vimeo.

CLOSING REMARKS: A WAY FORWARD
Helen Alvaré

Catholic Women’s Forum: Helen Alvaré, A Way Forward from Ethics and Public Policy Center on Vimeo.

 

Sponsored by the Catholics Women’s Forum and Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture.
Co-sponsored by the Catholic Information Center and Archdiocese of Washington Department of Life Issues