Well at least someone has picked it up:
I don’t think the article gets even halfway there though. Numerous of the recently alleged incidents predate contemporary social media and reality TV. The author even notes this, but then goes on to focus on these two relatively recent phenomena. Never mind the ■■■■, glamour, fashion, sex, advertising, trad TV & cinema industries that have been around for much, much longer and are among our modern/post-modern cultural foundations. Now, I’ve got nothing against any of those industries per se, but surely we need to understand the broader context if we really want the level of change that’s suggested by many. Or is the name and shame strategy enough?