I thought this NYT article
was interesting, about women talking with their male partners openly, often for the first time, about the sexual harassment and abuse they have experienced in their lives.
Similarly, the reaction to Kelly Oxford's Twitter thread
about the first time women experienced abuse or harassment was enlightening: to women because it confirmed their experience, and to men who were shocked and horrified at what they learned. [Guardian article currently down because of DDOS attack. Alternate article here
It seems to me that this is an area that we don't talk about because the men in our lives are - for the most part - "good men." But we lose the chance for "good men" to be better allies, champions, peer interventionists, and changemakers if they don't even know what the lived experience is for #yesallwomen.