According to a new study, workplace sexual harassment of women and its negative impact are down, but there is still progress that needs to be made. Women report fewer incidences of sexual harassment, including unwanted sexual attention, staring, leering, and unwelcoming touching; and they say that this harassment’s impact on their self-esteem and self-doubt has declined. They suggest that the #MeToo movement has made it easier for them to connect with women who have had similar experiences. These opportunities to share and commiserate, they say, have reduced their feelings of shame and isolation. However, they also indicate that incidents of gender harassment—crude comments and jokes, for example—are on the rise. Read the full article.