On March 19, Monica Lewinsky gave a talk at the TED2015 conference in Vancouver.
In a speech titled "The Price of Shame," Lewinsky discusses her infamous affair with President Bill Clinton and the "culture of humiliation."
She said the coverage and public shaming of her after the affair was revealed was sexist, since she "was branded as a tramp, tart, slut, whore, bimbo, and, of course, 'That Woman.'"
And she also mentioned Tyler Clementi — a college student who committed suicide when his roommate secretly recorded his sexual encounter with with another man — as an example of the real dangers of cyberbullying.
Lewinsky's powerful speech challenges people to think harder about publicly shaming, humiliating, and ultimately harming others.
And it also sends a strong message to everyone who's still tuning into her story.