Terry Crews did a brave thing in October when he took to Twitter to describe a sexual assault he endured during a Hollywood party. He stood in solidarity with the many women in Hollywood who have endured the same type of abuse from the white men who hold the power in the industry.
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If there were one word to accurately describe the now-much-discussed piece in which a young woman accuses Aziz Ansari of sexual assault on their first date, it would be “messy.” What’s laid in front of readers is an awkward and, at times, bare account of how the date devolved into a veritable tug-of-war of sexual…
Everyone’s betting on black in the fight against sexual harassment. On Tuesday morning, Conde Nast Publications—home to Vogue and Vanity Fair—announced that it will partner with eBay to auction off some of the gowns and tuxedos the stars wore to the 2018 Golden Globes.
America is still in the throes of two ear-deafening shouting matches over private episodes that somehow became public knowledge. Although they were vastly different occurrences, they parallel each other in that the responses to both incidents were both loud and angry.
I was scrolling through my Twitter timeline, minding everyone else’s business, when I came across an article entitled, “How the #MeToo Movement Could Kill Some Sexy Hollywood Movies,” via the Hollywood Reporter. After rolling my eyes so hard they could be on a river, I decided to take a gander.
It looks as if Russell Simmons has, for now, put an end to his attempts to repurpose the #MeToo campaign with his #NotMe response, begun after he was accused of sexually assaulting several women.
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.
Some of your favorite Hollywood actresses—including Tracee Ellis Ross, Tessa Thompson, Kerry Washington and Rashida Jones—have a message for you: They are standing with women across the world, and hope you’ll stand in solidarity with them this Golden Globes Sunday by wearing black.
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.
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On the eve of Time magazine’s announcement that its Person of the Year would be “the silence breakers”—the victims of sexual harassment who have come forward to tell their stories—an interview with actress and sexual assault survivor Gabrielle Union revealed her thoughts on the #MeToo movement and how the voices of…
Updated Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017, 4:50 p.m. EST: Shortly after publishing this, I tweeted that I personally believe Terry Crews should also sue William Morris Endeavor for turning a blind eye to Venit’s bullshit and not openly addressing it until Crews went public with his story.
Because no one cares about black people, not even when they say they have been sexually assaulted, WME exec Adam Venit was allowed to return to work Monday at the Beverly Hills entertainment agency after serving a one-month suspension related to allegations of sexual assault lodged against him by actor Terry Crews.
Terry Crews reportedly walked into a Los Angeles police station early Wednesday afternoon and filed a report about an alleged sexual assault, which could lead to an actual investigation into statements Crews made in early October about being sexually assaulted by a Hollywood executive at a party.
Terry Crews took to Twitter Tuesday to say that the whole Harvey Weinstein situation is giving him post-traumatic stress disorder. You may be asking yourself why, but in a series of 16 tweets, Crews explains that women are not the only ones who have been sexually harassed by Hollywood’s male honchos; Crews himself was…