Women's sexual harassment websites

began tallying this list on November 1st, less than a month into the historical reckoning now known as the #Me Too Movement.

At the time, there was no telling whether the previous few weeks, during which powerful abusive men were being outed every day, would have any lasting impact, or whether they would amount to an anomaly in the normal run of things.

Some have been removed from their positions, their power diminished if not destroyed.

Some men have issued apologies in which they admit to some (though generally not all) of the allegations against them.

Their collective disgrace has made the victims of other previously alleged predators demand a renewed focus–and occasionally got it.

While the reinvigorated scrutiny on Donald Trump has yet to yield any repercussions, previously accused rapist Danny Masterson has been fired from his Netflix show, .

The companies and agencies who may have once propped up these powerful men now appear scared of being deemed complicit in their crimes.

Perhaps the most hopeful sign of what has come from the outing of the men on this list, though, is Time’s Up, the initiative started by famous women like Shonda Rhimes and Eva Longoria to help non-famous women get support when they’ve been sexually harassed.

Perhaps now the reckoning will trickle down.—The revelations about Harvey Weinstein were just the beginning.Just over two months later, it’s become clear that the status quo is no longer the status quo.An expectation has begun to creep into the atmosphere that if a powerful man has ever created a toxic environment for others, he will be found out and exposed.In a recent Washington Post/ABC News poll, a third of women said they had experienced sexual advances from a male colleague or a man with influence over their job; a third of those women said the advances constituted sexual abuse.The majority of people who experience harassment don’t report it, and of those who do come forward, 75 percent face some kind of retaliation, according to a 2003 study.

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Although we may eventually make another list of prominent men, we’re capping this one off with the end of 2017.

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  1. He probably came to realize, one day, that women aren’t really attracted to guys who hold doors open; or make dinners just because; or buy you a Christmas gift that you mentioned, in passing, that you really wanted five months ago; or listen when you’re upset; or hold you when you cry.