Bishop wants to take part in the #MeToo debate, even if it’s difficult: “I’m on the move, as most people are, and I’m at my own pace, and I want to be allowed to do that.


There is a need for the generations not to harden themselves in their respective corners of the #MeToo debate, which threatens to become an elite project, says Bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulsen. He wants to learn more from the young people, but they need to be a little more patient with those who need time to get used to new ways of thinking and speaking, he asks.

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