Sharing stories from decades ago, older women find their place in #MeToo

I know in some ways I wonder if #Metoo has gone a little two far but it's really a case by case situation.  We don't want to fall victim but we also don't want to think we're to blame.  

WashingtonPost.com  |  Caitlin Gibson

They share their stories one by one, sitting side by side around a coffee table crowded with cookies and mugs of tea. Ann Geracimos, 82, remembers the boyfriend she dated in the early 1960s, who once lost his temper during an argument and slapped her across the face. Robin Blum, 62, recalls her 30th birthday, when a male co-worker handed her an envelope with a pair of racy underpants tucked inside.  

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Older women are no longer 'Invisible' in this multimedia dance show

Older women are no longer 'Invisible' in this multimedia dance show

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