October 23, 2003
I read a lot of Estrich's work in my Sexual Harassment Law class last semester. I agreed wholeheartedly with her discussions of rape and the idea that "no means no." Alternatively, while I often did not agree with her political thoughts (especially that Clinton was "wrongfully accused"), I respected the manner in which she always "stuck to her guns."
It seems as though she "sees both sides" more clearer than we all originally thought. Is this bad for the feminist movement?
This story was first posted on this morning by Andrew Sullivan.
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