The #MeToo movement made major strides in exposing, and sometimes correcting, sexual harassment in the workplace. In the following essay, Josephine Livingstone cautions feminists against taking a premature victory lap. Despite the media hype, success so far, she contends, has been more symbolic than substantive and extensive. Even if sexual harassment were to end entirely—an admittedly utopian prospect—feminists would still face other problems. In short, the tasks to be undertaken by feminists are never-ending.