After a report was made public that Asia Argento—an actress and director who was one of the first people to publicly report that Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her—sexually assaulted an actor and musician, the Boston Globe reported on the impact to the #MeToo movement. BARCC Executive Director Gina Scaramella said in an interview with the Globe that there's still work to do in expanding the movement to include people who don't fit in the general public's view of a sexual assault survivor.
Excerpt: “People have this one-dimensional view of survivors, that they’re anointed and never do anything wrong,” says Gina Scaramella, executive director of Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. “But people are complex. Survivors are complex."
Read the full story, "Asia Argento is not the #MeToo movement," online at the Boston Globe website.