This book provides a feminist analysis of #MeToo and the sexual assault allegations against celebrity perpetrators which have emerged since the Weinstein story of October 2017. It argues for the importance of understanding #MeToo in relation to an on-going history of Anglo-American feminist activism, theory and interdisciplinary research. The author investigates how speaking out about rape, sexual assault and harassment on social media can be understood in relation to second-wave feminist traditions of consciousness-raising. Her argument explores the media depiction of feminism and feminists - in the wake of Weinstein and the cultural values associated with men's abuse, particularly within the film and television industries. The book concludes with an exploration of what the #MeToo era has meant for men as victims/survivors and as alleged perpetrators, in relation to narratives of victimization and of monstrosity. This book offers a timely investigation of the significance of #MeToo and the broader debates around gender, power, violence and cultural value which it has initiated and situates #MeToo in relation to histories of feminist activism and theory on men's violence against women. This book also provides insights from feminist activism and theory accessible by applying them to popular media examples.