Sexual harassment | Is this McDonald's Me Too moment?

Is this McDonald's Me Too moment?

The Me Too campaign, which rose to prominence via the support of celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lawrence, has aided workers in feeling empowered enough to stand up against harassment in the workplace and demand that changes are made.

The movement gained online traction as a hashtag in 2017 to demonstrate the widespread prevalence of harassment and sexual harassment, particularly in the workplace.

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