#MeToo

Why Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Family film has proved so controversial

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    Inside the Kevin Tsujihara and Charlotte Kirk scandal that rocked Hollywood

  • Life

    “What happened when I went to lobby my MP about workplace sexual harassment”

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    Rose McGowan on leaving Hollywood behind and being an outsider in the wake of #MeToo

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    Dolly Parton's sister urges singer to speak out over #MeToo abuse

    Stella Parton says there is "a code of silence" in the country music industry

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    The stark message behind Fern Britton’s sexual assault story

    Fern Britton has revealed she was sexually assaulted by a man in a lift after a televised interview

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    We need to talk about the people who enable their friends’ sexual misconduct

    Ryan Adams, Harvey Weinstein and Louis CK all reportedly knew people who turned a blind eye to their actions – and this complicity has to end

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    People

    The Ryan Adams allegations show anyone is capable of abuse

    Even apparently romantic, sensitive musicians

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  • Life

    This female barrister highlighted the prevalence of sexism in the legal world

    And now she's urging women to come together to fight it

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    Upskirting is now officially illegal in the UK

    The degrading practice of upskirting is finally an illegal offence

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    ‘I was upskirted. I spoke out. This is what happened’

    Gina Martin reveals what her anti-upskirting campaign taught her about the power of speaking out

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    Louis Theroux to combat sexual assault and consent myths in new documentary

    The Night In Question will NOT shy away from the ongoing conversation around consent, sexual misconduct and #MeToo

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  • Careers

    An open letter to men who think #MeToo means they can’t mentor women

    “If you refuse to support us because you’ve been spooked by #MeToo, a whole generation of women will lose out.”

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    “The backlash over the new Gillette ad is ridiculous. Here’s why”

    Shaving ads have always been political, says Phil Hilton. This is just the latest incarnation of a time-honoured tradition

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    The directors of RBG on what millennial women can learn from Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    “Of course Justice Ginsburg’s been angry – but she also sees where she wants to go and how she can get there.”

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    Moya Lothian-McLean
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    Why Cara Delevingne doesn’t care if she loses fans for speaking about R Kelly

    The model has blasted those who want her to stay silent about the singer

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    Hannah-Rose Yee
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  • People

    Ashley Judd’s case against Harvey Weinstein has been dismissed, but it’s not the end

    The movie mogul has been accused of sexual misconduct by 70 women.

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    Susan Devaney
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  • People

    “Horrifying and indefensible”: Lady Gaga pulls song with R. Kelly from streaming services

    The singer has apologized to all victims of assault

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    Hannah-Rose Yee
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  • Life

    Say hello to your new true-crime obsession for 2019

    This Amazon Prime docuseries investigates the case of John Wayne and Lorena Bobbitt in the early nineties

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  • Life

    Creepy interview between Sofia Vergara and Gordon Ramsay resurfaces

    “Only in the bedroom?”

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  • Visible Women

    How women brought feminism to the Golden Globes, one year on from Time’s Up

    Golden Globes producers wanted this year’s ceremony to be less political – but this is a movement, not a moment.

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    From Time’s Up activists to Stacey Cunningham: the women making waves this week

    Highlighting the women who rocked the boat, pushed for change and made history around the world this week

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    People

    Buffy’s Eliza Dushku breaks silence over CBS harassment scandal

    “I was made to feel dread nearly all the time I was in his presence,” says Eliza Dushku of former co-star Michael Weatherly.

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  • People

    This is the Hollywood taboo the director of The Night Manager wants to tackle

    Surprise - it’s beauty based

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