“As an actor, I can certainly relate to creating a piece of content or being part of something that’s not well-received, and how alienating that can feel,” Reynolds told the New York Times.
Ashley Graham opened up to "Vogue" about the controversial lingerie commercial that put her "on the map" as a plus-size model.
The International Skating Union issued an apology after nominating a Russian skater for "best costume" after he performed in an Auschwitz uniform-inspired ensemble.
The luxury fashion brand apologized "to anyone who might feel we were insensitive to sacred memories."
The North Carolina teacher was suspended with pay in an "unfortunate incident."
“I think it's a remarkably progressive, inclusive and savvy thing to do for what is surely a relatively small, trans masculine segment of their consumer base,” says one transgender activist. Others disagree.
The mother of a British teen who went legally blind after eating a junk food-based diet says she blames her country's healthcare system.
Bstroy's line of sweatshirts printed with the schools affected by gun violence, upset many on social media.
Purdue's University Senate Leadership will hold a vote in October regarding the fate of a proposed Chick-fil-A, expected to open on campus in 2020.
Ava DuVernay is responding to viral photos of a white woman cutting a young black boy's locs with a social media campaign encouraging people to embrace their natural locs.
Klum is living her best newlywed life and posting photos from her honeymoon with Tom Kaulitz. But some people are trying to rain on her parade by calling her out for the risqué shots.
"The View" co-host claims women in media wouldn't get away with an "obscenity-filled tirade" like Cuomo, who is being backed by CNN.
The female sports reporter also shut down commenters who insisted she should have taken the aggressive behavior as a compliment.
Meghan McCain's exclusive interview with Elle magazine came out in late July. But now, she's responding to the less than flattering headline for the piece that's displayed on their August 2019 cover.
Pole dancers from around the world are fighting Instagram's new policies, which are leading to lower engagement on content deemed "inappropriate." Many are even calling it "discrimination."
Naomi Campbell says she was racially profiled at a French hotel during the Cannes Film Festival.
Maria Kang, a fitness influencer and mother of three, has offered a vulnerable post about why she had breast augmentation and why she recently had her implants removed. "I'm sorry," the post began.
Many Omaha, Nebraska, natives were outraged after a cell tower technician flew a version of the Civil War-era banner high above a local public school.
A pair of "Fake News" graphic biker shorts from Forever 21 sparked debate on Twitter.
The case of a transgender woman claiming that more than a dozen salons refused her service because of her gender identity is shining a spotlight on a myriad of issues, and inspiring heated discussion on Twitter.
Pastor E. W. Lucas is defending the sign outside Friendship Baptist Church in Appomattox, Virginia, which read, "America: Love or leave it," but on Sunday, his congregation staged a walkout during his service.