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McDonald's Workers Strike Across the Country to Protest Sexual Harassment

McDonald's workers in 10 cities walked out of work on Tuesday, calling on the fast-food franchise to take workplace harassment more seriously.
Marie Solis
20 hours ago
sexual assault

Rose McGowan Releases Letter to Asia Argento After Sexual Assault Allegations

"Be the person you wish Harvey could have been," McGowan tells Argento.
Amy Rose Spiegel
8.27.18
LGBTQ

Hollywood Power Players Just Joined a Radical Call for Transgender Inclusion

Nearly four dozen signatories from production companies, talent agencies, and advocacy groups are calling on Hollywood to end harmful trans representation and include trans voices in filmmaking.
Diana Tourjée
8.7.18
Film

What It's Like to Direct a Film About Your Childhood Sexual Abuse

Filmmaker Jennifer Fox opens up about the decades-long process of writing her story for the highly-anticipated "The Tale."
Kerensa Cadenas
5.22.18
#metoo

Brett Rossi: When Will Sex Workers Get Our #MeToo Moment?

I came forward with abuse allegations against Charlie Sheen in 2015 but was dismissed as a gold-digging porn star. Even in the era of #MeToo, voices survivors in the sex industry are left largely unheard.
Brett Rossi
4.27.18
sexual assault

Time's Up Wants to Know Why the NYC Case Against Harvey Weinstein Went Nowhere

The NYPD reportedly had one of Weinstein's accusers go into hiding because they feared the Manhattan DA would try to discredit her. Time's Up is asking Gov. Cuomo to launch a full investigation into what happened.
Kimberly Lawson
3.19.18
Womens History Month

'Transparent' Star Trace Lysette on How to Build a Trans-Inclusive Hollywood

"Transparent" star Trace Lysette opens up about her experiences being typecast and her vision for a gender-inclusive entertainment industry in the era of #MeToo.
Katelyn Burns
3.12.18
Oscars

Weinstein Accusers Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino Discuss Time's Up at the Oscars

"We're going forward until we have an equitable and safe world for women.”
Leila Ettachfini
3.5.18
sexual assault

Kobe Bryant Predicted to Win an Oscar, Despite Past Rape Accusation

Over 16,000 people have signed a petition asking for Bryant’s nomination for Best Animated Short to be removed due to an alleged sexual assault in 2003.
Cole Kazdin
3.2.18
Culture

The Woman Behind a New, Visionary Film Tackling Motherhood and Mental Illness

"Madeline's Madeline," which premiered at Sundance earlier this month, has astonished critics. We talked to director Josephine Decker about getting it made in an industry filled with old white men.
Susannah Edelbaum
2.26.18
sexual abuse

Natalie Portman Is One of the Few Celebrities to Apologize for Supporting Roman Polanski

We reached out to some of the most high-profile signatories to a 2009 petition in support of Roman Polanski, to ask them whether they regretted their endorsement of the convicted abuser.
Sirin Kale
2.21.18
protest

How Feminist Activists Sisters Uncut Invaded the 2018 BAFTAs Red Carpet

We speak to one of the demonstrators who stormed the awards ceremony to protest UK prime minister Theresa May and her proposed government bill on domestic violence.
Sirin Kale
2.19.18