Kate Winslet expressed concern over women "who are clearly presenting themselves in a way that’s designed to make people stare, but not for the right reasons."
Female students at a Michigan high school say that a cover-up garment on prom night is shaming — and that they'd rather skip the event than wear it.
Some fans are upset that the recently separated star has dropped Tatum's name and shared an intimate photo.
In addition to catching flak for leaving her baby, Stormi Webster, at home, Kylie Jenner is being accused by fans of being unsupportive for not rushing to Khloé Kardashian's side.
Some accused the 54-year-old reality star of being "too old" to attend, while her daughter's revealing festival outfit was also slammed.
One heartening aspect of people’s focus on the trivial was this: At least a man was being subjected to the same detailed scrutiny that’s routine for high-profile women.
The BBC host is deflecting criticism about her hair after a viewer said that she would look "so much more professional" if she stopped wearing it down.
The 'Modern Family' actress Ariel Winter is being trolled for wearing a leg-baring dress to celebrate Greek Orthodox Easter at a church.
What's a mom supposed to look like? That's what Kelly Oxford, author and screenwriter, wants to know after she was shamed for sharing a sexy pic on Instagram.
Bailey Davis, a cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, says she was fired after three seasons with the squad for posting a photo of herself in a one-piece outfit to Instagram. Her lawyer claims a double standard.
The gold medalist, who was among those abused by team doctor Larry Nassar, slammed suggestions that leotards are responsible for systemic abuse within gymnastics.
Unlike taking away a gadget or privileges, cutting hair as punishment affects a child’s autonomy over his or her physical body.
Not only is Cher a singer, actress, and performer, she now fancies herself a fashion critic and comedienne. On Monday, Cher shared some harsh words on Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s style on Twitter. “Would someone please tell Sarah Huckabee Sanders to stop dressing like a sister wife,” she wrote, alongside a photo of two women in stereotypical “plain dress”: braids and collared, high-neck dresses with long sleeves and puffy shoulders.
Rosie O'Donnell wants to know why Washington Sen. Patty Murray "is always frowning" — and the internet has answers.
When the bride saw the photos, she did a double-take. That’s because in one of the photos, she and her fiancé were altered to look thinner.
"I think that what we saw was several men at the helm of a women’s organization, and that in and of itself just doesn’t make sense as far as where we are in the world today," says former Miss America Mallory Hagan about the Miss America organization.
Lewis Hamilton has apologised after posting a video to social media where he mocked his nephew for wearing a dress. SEE ALSO: Lewis Hamilton sprayed Vladimir Putin with champagne after F1 race victory In the Instagram video, which has since been deleted, the Formula 1 driver is reported to have pointed the camera to his nephew who was wearing a pink and purple dress and holding a wand. "I'm so sad right now. Look at my nephew," he says, and then proceeds to ask the boy, "Why are you wearing a princess dress? Is this what you got for Christmas? Why did you ask for a princess dress for Christmas? Boys don't wear princess dresses." People on Twitter were quick to criticise the post and explained the damaging subtext of Hamilton's remarks. I hope @LewisHamilton properly thinks and apologises to his nephew for that video. Thinks about why it is so horrible, and considers donating to a charity which supports LGBT youth. That video is a video so many of us have experienced. Gross. It sticks with you — Travis (@travisalabanza) December 26, 2017 So impressed by whoever bought that lovely little kid such an awesome princess dress. So horrified and distressed by Lewis Hamilton’s abusive and toxic reaction. And sharing it with the world? Vile. — James Rhodes (@JRhodesPianist) December 26, 2017 watching the lewis hamilton vid actually excruciating, that little boy was me at that age, and all i ever heard was grown men like hamilton shouting at me for it. now 18 years on i'm still so conscious of how i behave & present in front of masculine performing men FUCK THAT — jakk (@jakkhayes) December 26, 2017 Imraan Sathar, of the LGBT and non-binary support group Stay Brave UK, called for Hamilton to be stripped of his MBE. I feel sorry for @LewisHamilton - what a vile upbringing and awful people surrounding him since that made him think that was an appropriate thing to say to a child who was just living their best life. Strip him of that MBE. @MercedesAMG your brand is tarnished. — Imraan Sathar (@imy) December 26, 2017 Liam Hackett, CEO of the anti-bullying charity Ditch The Label, said it was "disappointing to see somebody with such a huge platform use it to publicly shame and attempt to undermine a child." Disappointing to see somebody with such a huge platform use it to publicly shame and attempt to undermine a small child. https://t.co/O8FarLhAE8 — Liam Hackett (@DiageoLiam) December 26, 2017 Hamilton has deleted the video and written a series of tweets asking for forgiveness: Yesterday I was playing around with my nephew and realised that my words were inappropriate so I removed the post. I meant no harm and did not mean to offend anyone at all. I love that my nephew feels free to express himself as we all should. — Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) December 26, 2017 My deepest apologies for my behaviour as I realise it is really not acceptable for anyone, no matter where you are from, to marginalise or stereotype anyone. — Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) December 26, 2017 I have always been in support of anyone living their life exactly how they wish and I hope I can be forgiven for this lapse in judgement. — Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) December 26, 2017 But some people aren't convinced by the sincerity of his words based on the tweets that Hamilton has liked. What a hollow apology when all you are doing afterwards is liking comments saying you shouldn't have to apologise to the "PC brigade". Shows that you don't mean it at all. — Sim-Wise (@SimWise) December 27, 2017 So why like all the comments on your thread saying it was all PC nonsense? — Zoe (@GoZo73) December 27, 2017 Lewis Hamilton's apology may seem more sincere if he hadn't then liked loads of tweets about PC NONSENSE WORLD GONE MAD pic.twitter.com/1Cm30EZpT5 — Terri White (@Terri_White) December 26, 2017 Mashable has reached out to Lewis Hamilton's representative for comment. WATCH: 2017's most memorable Instagram moments
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The Miss America Organization suspended its CEO on Friday, less than 24 hours after leaked emails surfaced showing him and others disparaging the appearance, intellect and sex lives of former Miss Americas.
Annie Schmutz Seifullah is fighting back against charges against her, saying she is victim of revenge porn, slut-shaming, and humiliation, all in a campaign to silence her and put an end to her career.
One person took to Twitter to tell Simone Biles, "Baby ... Your hair... You need some black friends," and since posting, the tweet has gone viral.
It all started when a customer recently shared a photo of a female employee holding a baby while working the counter at Dunkin’ Donuts.
Last week marked a major event and anniversary in Malala Yousafzai’s life. “5 years ago, I was shot in an attempt to stop me from speaking out for girls’ education. Today, I attend my first lectures at Oxford,” she wrote on Twitter with a photo of her school books.
An 11-year-old girl was told her outfit was "distracting" because it showed her shoulders.
Tamar Braxton wore a $40 jumpsuit on Essence Live. After an employee tried to make Tamar Braxton feel “less than” for wearing Forever21, she fired back — quite literally. The singer and television personality took to her Instagram on Monday to share that because of a disagreement regarding her $40 camouflage jumpsuit, she cut ties with her stylist.