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'Silly me thinking I should ever go out in public and be treated like a person': Best-selling author fat-shamed on a flight
Roxane Gay's recent body-shaming experience.
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A common thread among the icons and honorees at Elle’s Women in Hollywood event was facing unwanted advances and crude comments in their careers and as children.
- The Independent
Harvey Weinstein: 'Big Bang Theory' star Mayim Bialik accused of 'victim blaming' in New York Times op-ed
The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik has attracted fierce criticism for an op-ed she penned about the multiple allegations of sexual assault and harassment made against Harvey Weinstein.
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“Did you see that video thing of Leonardo DiCaprio when Lady Gaga won her Oscar?” he asked. DiCaprio suggested the snub was merely reactionary: “I just didn’t know what was passing me, that’s all!” he told Entertainment Tonight, which seems fair enough, right? Well, Slava seems to think there’s more to this: “Lady Gaga doesn’t deserve that award.
- Erika Ostroff
On Wednesday, Oscar-nominated actress Maggie Gyllenhaal divulged that the age-old aphorism “age is just a number” sadly—but truly, and probably not so surprisingly—doesn’t apply to women in film. “There are things that are really disappointing about being an actress in Hollywood that surprise me all the time,” she told The Wrap. Pitch Perfect 2′s Rebel Wilson is being scrutinized for lying about her age.
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Russell Crowe recently pronounced that actresses in Hollywood need to “act their age.” The actor told an Australian women’s magazine that there are plenty of roles for older women. “To be honest, I think you’ll find that the woman who is saying that [the roles have dried up] is the woman who at 40, 45, 48, still wants to play the ingénue, and can’t understand why she’s not being cast as the 21-year-old,” Crowe said, citing Meryl Streep and Helen Mirren as examples of actresses who find parts.