Some of the most recent weeks in American history alert us, if we’re paying the least bit of attention, to the fact that sexism is alive and well, indeed robustly thriving, in U.S. culture and society.
In Hollywood and beyond, women are organizing to address sexual harassment in all workplaces, be they schools, hotels, farms, fast food restaurants or big box stores. In addition to saying #MeToo, they are saying "Time's Up" to systemic inequality, and men have a stake in this fight too.
Three weeks after allegations of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's predatory sexual behavior moved millions of women around the world to use the hashtag #MeToo to share their own stories of abuse on social media, more than 20 women contacted by Reuters say they are still grappling with the fallout.
The Harvey Weinstein scandal is forcing a rethink of attitudes toward sexual harassment in France, a country that cherishes its self-image as the land of seduction and romance, said the minister tasked with cracking down on violence against women.
Rachel Maddow showed why she is the best by asking Ronan Farrow why her own network, NBC, backed off of and didn't publish his explosive Harvey Weinstein story.
Democrats have not only announced that they will be donating Harvey Weinstein's donations to women's charities, but they also turned the moment into a slam on Trump for disrespecting women.
The NRA, the GOP, and Fox News rant about the "fundamental" right to bear arms while ignoring the fundamental right of Americans to life