How do we count the ways we love Tarana Burke? The #MeToo founder has been rightfully getting her shine since the movement bearing the name she coined caught Hollywood’s attention last fall. In the months since, she has appeared on red carpets, been honored in Time magazine, and become a regular on the talk and news…
Talk show host Wendy Williams has a long history of being problematic. Years before her success as a television host, she dominated New York City radio as a shock jock obsessed with celebrity gossip and provocative chitchat.
Kimora Lee Simmons, the ex-wife of music mogul Russell Simmons, has spoken out for the first time since sexual assault allegations against her ex-husband broke late last year.
I don’t know about you, but I’m mentally exhausted by the multitude of sexual assault stories surfacing over the last few months—as we should be. Some of the stories shared through the #MeToo movement have triggered a range of emotions and questions; some may have come off as “gray areas.” How do we actually know when…
Olympic star Simone Biles has added her voice to the #MeToo movement, revealing in a statement via Twitter that she, too, was sexually abused by former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar.
Award-winning singer Mary J. Blige opened up some about her history dealing with the sexual assault that she faced as a child, detailing how it affected her approach to the issue now, as a star.
The fallout from the #MeToo movement has only just begun, and Broadway legend Ben Vereen is the latest to face accusations of abuse after several young actresses came forward accusing the star of sexually assaulting them during the 2015 production of Hair.
Joy Villa, a singer and potential congressional candidate, is accusing President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager of sexual assault after she says that he hit her twice on the buttocks during a November gathering in Washington, D.C.
Sixty seconds before the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve this year, #MeToo founder Tarana Burke will push the Waterford crystal button that signals the ball drop in New York City’s Times Square and starts the official countdown leading us into 2018.
Time’s Person of the Year isn’t a single person but a movement. On Wednesday, the magazine announced that “the silence breakers”—the victims of sexual harassment and assault who have come forward to tell their stories—had earned the distinction of being its Person of the Year for 2017.
Jenny Lumet, the award-winning screenwriter behind Rachel Getting Married and The Mummy, is the latest woman to come forward with the resounding call of #MeToo, sharing what she says was her horrific encounter with music mogul Russell Simmons, who she says sexually assaulted her when she was in her early 20s.