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  1. Back in 2006, when social activist Tarana Burke began using the phrase 'Me Too' on the Myspace social network as part of a campaign to promote "empowerment through empathy" among women of colour who've experienced sexual abuse, little did she know that the two words will eventually mark a new age of feminism. Eleven years later, actress Alyssa Milano brought 'Me Too' back to life on Twitter in an attempt to draw attention to sexual assault and harassment. Since then, what began as a mere hashtag (#MeToo), has gone to become one of the most powerful tools for modern-day women, that has allowed them to share their stories and call out the perpetrators. Over the course of a year, the 'Me Too' campaign has seen many women across the globe coming forward and accusing those responsible for the unforgiven antics. While the campaign has been a rage everywhere, it hit the Indian shores recently when actress Tanushree Dutta accused fellow actor Nana Patekar of sexual harassment. At @wethewomenasia Tanushree Dutta calmly, clearly and with strength spoke of what happened with her ten years ago, recounting her #Metoo moment with Nana Patekar & Vivek Agnihotri. And called for all women to Speak Up. #WeTheWomen pic.twitter.com/xJqp1fsHdM — barkha dutt (@BDUTT) October 9, 2018 Tanushree's claims eventually saw other Indian women joining the chorus in revealing their ordeals at the hands of men in power. And, as of today, from prominent journalists to popular celebrities, many men have been publicly shamed for their heinous exploits on the social media platforms. But, in what appears to be a first, the 'Me Too' movement has now engulfed cricket- one of the Indian subcontinent's most popular sport. In a shocking revelation, an Indian flight attendant has broken her silence and accused former Sri Lankan captain Arjuna Ranatunga of sexually harassing her at a hotel in Mumbai. Sharing her night of horror through a lengthy Facebook post, the victim revealed how Ranatunga (currently Sri Lanka's Minister of Petroleum Resources Development) allegedly grabbed her by the waist and slid his hands along the side of her breasts. © Facebook "My starstruck colleague spotted Indian and Sri Lankan cricketers in the elevator of Hotel Juhu Centaur, Mumbai and decided to meet them in their room for autographs. I decided to chaperone her, fearing for her safety, we were offered drinks (perhaps laced) I declined and stuck to my bottle of water I'd brought along. They were 7 and we 2, they latched the room door putting the chain secure. My discomfort growing inside of me, I urged her to get back to our room," her post read. "She was smitten and wanted to go for a stroll by the poolside, this was at 1900 hrs, the walk to the pool a desolate, unlit pathway at the back of the hotel, I look back to find (her friend) and the Indian cricketer nowhere in sight," she claimed. "Ranatunga grabs me by the waist, sliding his hands along the side of my breasts, I scream fearing the worst, kicking on his legs and feet. Threatening him of dire consequences, passport cancellation, reporting it to the cops etc., for he is a Sri Lankan misbehaving with an Indian. Wasting no time, I dashed for the hotel reception, a good run on an incline screaming on top of my voice. The reception said, "it is your private matter" and that they can't help me," the woman added. © Facebook Apart from Ranatunga, the Indian flight attendant also accused Bollywood singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya of a similar kind of harassment. Recalling the incident that dates back to 1998, she narrated the details of the incident. She further shared that Bhattacharya twisted her arms, pulled her towards him and screamed in her ear, "bitch what do you think of yourself, wait till I teach you a lesson", almost nibbling and kissing her at a hotel in Kolkata.
  2. So if you’ve ever thought, I wonder why or how Jarrod Kimber writes like that, here’s a glimpse inside my head. You can sign up for the course here. View the full article
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    Cricket: Fast Hair

    A link to a few thousand words on fast bowling hair. View the full article
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  5. Last month was the 10 year anniversary of this website, and I did **** all to celebrate it. Which is really the right way to celebrate a site like this. I was going to do an infographic making fun of myself, and I didn’t even do that. But I am doing something else that has something, slightly, to do with this site, I’m starting my own sports writing course. I never passed highschool, university, and also never worked at a newspaper. When I started this site I was a car park attendant, so you know, I’ve learnt a few things along the way. This scrappy little cesspool was the place I learnt how to write good like. So if you want to learn from the guy who taught himself by writing about a Kallis orgasm, you can. There are two SE London all day Saturday classes available: The 21st of October that has just had two cancellations, and thusly has a shittone of space for an intimate course where you can feel my spittle on my face as I talk. The 4th of November class is almost booked out. So you’d want to get in fast for that. There will be a course in Melbourne for late January. And more courses in the UK next year. For those who that doesn’t cover, there will also be an online course hopefully active by late November. You can register your interest for it here. The course is essentially me reverse engineering my writing, so it’s a pretty horrible look inside my brain that will hopefully explain how to be a better writer on sport. Or a sociopath. The rest of the course is from spending the last ten years talking to other aspiring writers. Answering their questions, doing reddit AMAs, dealing with the odd work experience kid, and helping out my friends. I think there are important, easy and practical things you can learn in eight hours that can help you become better. This is really the course I wish I’d taken back in the day, instead of pissing about here making fun of cricketers all the time. Anyway, do the course, don’t do the course, whatevs, I’ll be off half arsing that infographic that I’ll never finish. View the full article
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    Cricket: The facts of the IPL

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    Cricket: Ravi Ashwin’s Season

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    Cricket: Planet Pujara

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    Cricket: Pune Q&A

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    Cricket: Latest cricket word

    Latest cricket week with Gary Wilson. England surprisingly don’t lose. Australia unsurprisingly collapse. And the most consistent board in cricket, the WICB, do their petty thing again. Listen here for itunes. Listen here for android. View the full article
  20. Would Botham beat Clinton? Is cricket a strong or weak link sport? Bangladesh. How good is Mehedi Hasan? England, arrogant, idiotic, or idiogant? Is this Australia’s greatest pre-series home implosion since 10/11? And Steve O’Keefe, because we can. View the full article
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    Cricket: More Cricket Week talk

    Bangladesh. More death of Test talk. England’s spin. Other cricket things. Go, here, hear. View the full article
  22. A bit on Ashwin. A bit on Phil Hughes and modern fast bowling. A bit on Bangladesh England. You know, the week’s cricket, in your ears. View the full article