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Surviving R. Kelly
, Supporting Survivors and Why She Wants a 'Social Death' for R. Kelly
By Mahita Gajanan
Democrats Embraced #MeToo. But This Candidate Isn’t Running on It
By Charlotte Alter/Des Moines
Indian Politician Sues Journalist Who Accused Him of Sexual Harassment in
By Iain Marlow / Bloomberg
Melania Trump: #MeToo Accusers 'Need to Show Evidence'
By Tessa Berenson
European Soccer Is Set Up to Protect Superstar Players. So What's Next for Cristiano Ronaldo?
There is no European soccer league comparable to the NHL or MLB in America that could professionally punish Ronaldo, who is accused of rape
By Michael Caley
October 7, 2018
A Rape Accusation Against Cristiano Ronaldo Is Finally Getting Attention. It's About Time Soccer Had Its #MeToo Moment
The world's most famous soccer player, Cristiano Ronaldo, has been accused of raping Kathryn Mayorga in 2009
By Shireen Ahmed
October 5, 2018
Mika Brzezinski On Women’s Empowerment Post #MeToo
The Morning Joe co-host on updating a women’s empowerment book in the #MeToo era and why women don’t need to be likedThe original edition of Know Your Value quoted Donald Trump before he was President....
By Belinda Luscombe
September 20, 2018
This New Novel Shines a Light on Student #MeToo Survivors
Of all the lessons gleaned from #MeToo, one stands out as particularly sinister: before things turn treacherous, there’s a moment when predation can feel dangerously like kindness. A young person, not yet aware of his...
By Lucy Feldman
August 23, 2018
How Comedians Are Turning #MeToo Into Laughs
Drawing laughter from dark places, these women believe shows about abuse have to be more than just entertaining
By Ciara Nugent/Edinburgh
August 22, 2018
France's Gender Equality Minister Has Already Cracked Down on Catcalling and Online Abuse. She's Just Getting Started
Marlène Schiappa is harnessing the momentum of #MeToo to make legislative change. Is her country ready?
By Ciara Nugent/Paris
August 7, 2018
Female Sports Reporters Are Blowing the Whistle on Sexist Behavior at the World Cup
"For the first time, we're having a global awakening about what women in the sport face."
By Siobhan Morrin
July 3, 2018
#MeToo Has 'Tripled' Web Traffic For the Federal Agency That Investigates Harassment
But the number of complaints has remained steady so far
By Maya Rhodan
June 12, 2018
Why It Matters That Bill Clinton Hasn't Really Apologized to Monica Lewinsky
'Bill Clinton has been disappointing women who believe in him for decades now'
By Susanna Schrobsdorff
June 7, 2018
What Harvey Weinstein's Arrest Does — And Doesn't — Change for the #MeToo Movement
When the news broke that Harvey Weinstein would be surrendering himself on rape and sexual assault charges, I didn’t have a reaction. As I spoke with others for whom the ground was shaking I realized...
By Ashley Judd
May 26, 2018
Sweden’s New Sexual Consent Law Is a Huge Victory for Women
The European Commission's 2016 survey showed nearly a third of respondents thought sex without consent may be justified “in certain circumstances."
By Katarina Bergehed
May 23, 2018
It’ll Never Be the Right Time for Famous Sexual Predators to Make Their Comebacks
Just about any human being has the ability to change, which is why our justice system sometimes claims to offer a chance at rehabilitation after retribution. But what about those who never face legal consequences?...
By Jill Filipovic
May 10, 2018
California Dishwasher Gets $250,000 Settlement in #MeToo Case
She was named one of TIME's 2017 Persons of the Year
By Haley Sweetland Edwards
May 8, 2018
#MeToo's Generational Divide
'Millennial women are, in their frequent own words, zero tolerance'
By Sheila Weller
March 12, 2018
How the Fight for Gender Equality Is Changing in 2018
'The power that we need to claim is our own'
By Ai-jen Poo
March 8, 2018
Free Speech, Forced Speech and the Right to Silence
Here is a challenge for our polarized age: If you value the right to speak freely, then what about the right not to? The right to express any opinion or none at all, to inflame...
By Nancy Gibbs
March 1, 2018
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