Some on social media pointed out similarities between #TimesUp, the women’s rights movement to stop sexual harassment, and the NRA's "Your time's running out," a campaign that seemingly promotes gun ownership, in the aftermath of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
At this Sunday's Golden Globes, many actresses are expected to dress in black on the red carpet, in a silent protest of sexual harassment. Now we've learned that they may also be wearing a more explicit accessory: a Time's Up solidarity pin.
Social media is screaming, “Hell ya!” to the promotion of Hoda Kotb to co-anchor of the "Today" show alongside Savannah Guthrie, replacing Matt Lauer, who was fired for “inappropriate behavior.”
Go to any bookstore this fall, and you’re guaranteed to be confronted with memoirs by women. There’s Gloria Steinem’s My Life on the Road and Shonda Rhimes’ My Year of Yes. Amber Rose teaches us How to Be a Bad Bitch while Drew Barrymore weighs in on life lessons with Wildflower. The legendary Grace Jones gives in and tells it like it is in I’ll Never Write My Memoirs and actresses Ileana Doulgas and Mary-Louise Parker prove to be just as talented at writing as they are onscreen.
Shonda Rhimes tells ‘Nightline’ about losing weight. (Source: Getty Images) In an interview with Nightline that will air tonight, Shonda Rhimes explains how her desire to lose weight made her feel “shallow and misogynistic.” The powerhouse jack-of-all-trades television producer, who created, wrote, produced, and ran day-to-day operations for Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder, and Scandal, is currently promoting her new book, Year of Yes, which is about how she changed her life after realizing that she never said yes to anything — she even once hired a publicist to help her avoid public appearances and decline interviews! In the book, one of the topics of interest is weight loss.