It's painful (and almost unsurprising) to see practically every woman (and a few men) I know using the #metoo hashtag. But I have a few questions. Why does it take the abuse of famous white women for such a campaign to begin? Sexual abuse is an epidemic but rarely do we see such a response to the abuse of 'ordinary', non celebrity women or women of color. The other questions are: why is Polanski still an Academy member? Why do men like him and Woody Allen get away, with people defending their art (meh) as bigger than their crimes? And why (and I can give you a million examples) are women shown completely naked on say, Game of Thrones, but never the men? Why are women's bodies treated the way they are - like entertainment for casual consumption - in popular culture? I have many more questions, but I'm afraid, I'm not articulate enough. This is not to take away from the pain, suffering and bravery of all the women coming out with their stories of sexual abuse. And having said all this, #metoo.