The now-reigning Miss Massachusetts told Cosmopolitan.com she thought it was "inappropriate." One of her fellow beauty contestants in the state pageant has also given up her crown over the incident.
Former President Bill Clinton clarified his comments about not owing Monica Lewinsky an apology after their affair.
Experts say that the connection between the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal and today’s #MeToo movement, which is focused on pushing back against all sorts of sexual abuses of power in the workplace, could not be stronger or clearer.
Whether the now arrested former mogul liked it or not, his disheveled outfit and odd choices of accessories still made a statement.
Actor, director, and activist Asia Argento got plenty to say about the alleged predator — and other predators in Hollywood.
Disgraced actor Jeffrey Tambor has been fired from the set of Transparent, due to sexual harassment and assault allegations from co-workers. Now, another actor on the show, Alexandra Billings, is sharing her thoughts on the situation — and steadfastly maintaining belief and support for the victims. “I believe every single word that both Ms. Lysette and Ms. Barnes said in their public statements about Mr. Tambor’s vile and abhorrent behavior.
Michelle Obama, in conversation with Tracee Ellis Ross at the United State of Women Summit on Saturday, said she's tired of seeing men fail up.
Executives at CBS News had previously been made aware of inappropriate and harassing behavior by former “CBS This Morning” co-anchor Charlie Rose, according to an investigation into the matter by the Washington Post. The report, based on interviews over a five-month period with 107 current and former CBS News employees as well as two dozen others […]
“Our goal is for lots of women to see this this and to feel validated and heard," says the producer of "Mother May I?", a film about obstetric violence.
See today's top stories, so far, from “Dancing With the Stars,” to R. Kelly's and Harvey Weinstein's latest #MeToo developments, to prom dress controversies.
Self-help guru Tony Robbins is facing the wrath of angry Twitter mobs after critical comments he made towards the MeToo movement went viral on Saturday. “If you use the #MeToo movement to try to get significance and certainty by attacking and destroying someone else… all you’ve done is basically use a drug called significance to make yourself feel good,” said Robbins during one of his seminars in San Jose, California, last month.
For decades — centuries, even — fashion designers have created clothing in reaction to the political climate. And this season is no exception.
Tarana Burke, who coined the term "Me Too," which became an international campaign that brought attention to sexual assault and harassment, is being celebrated on the cover of Hannah Magazine.
The millennial photographer leans into bold, sexy shoots and gets away with it, despite the #MeToo movement's scrutiny of fashion's role in selling sex.
"She shouldn't be reprimanding women who are more direct or even pissed off at being unfairly treated," one critic commented.